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Celebrate Black History Month by Supporting an RPCV Black-Owned Business — and the Peace Corps Community

Ethically-sourced, organic, and natural handcrafted skincare products — and a way to support the Peace Corps community. Shop at Shea Yeleen through February 27 and NPCA will receive 20 percent of the online sales.

By NPCA Staff

 

This year, celebrate Black History Month by supporting the RPCV Black-owned business SHEA YELEEN. Treat yourself, loved ones, family and friends to some organic, handcrafted shea butter beauty products — from an RPCV entrepreneur whose Peace Corps service inspired a successful skincare business. Stock up on shea butter products through February 27 and help support the Peace Corps community.

Shop Shea Yeleen

Founded and consciously designed by RPCV Rahama Wright (Mali 2002–04), Shea Yeleen is a social impact company that creates living wage jobs for women-owned shea butter cooperatives in Ghana. At the same time, it’s redefining beauty, proving that nourishing our skin with the purest, most lush, and non-toxic ingredients does not preclude us from empowering Black women across the globe. Enjoy ethically-sourced, organic, and natural handcrafted skincare products that nourish more than just your skin. Each purchase directly contributes to the financial empowerment of women in Ghana, building stronger communities.

 

Read more about Shea Yeleen and Rahama Wright’s entrepreneurial journey here.

 

Shop skincare products from February 24–27 and Shea Yeleen will donate 20 percent of sales to NPCA in honor of the Peace Corps and its ongoing mission.

Note: This is a promotion by Shea Yeleen. NPCA does not endorse the products or services of Shea Yeleen.