The Story of Qute Cosmetics
The influence behind Qute Cosmetics is Tammy Westmoreland and her beloved son D’Jonté. As the CEO and founder, Tammy, is the driving force who lives and breathes the Qute Cosmetics brand.
Qute Cometics is unique because of its story. Tammy loss her son D’Jonté, to Cerebral Palsy. Qute Cosmetics is dedicated to being an advocate for Cerebral Palsy awareness. A portion of the funds we collect from your purchases, funds research and gives back to families affected by this condition. Cerebral Palsy is a congenital disorder of movement, muscle tone, or posture affecting 10,000 babies each year and 764,000 Americans annually.
Qute Cosmetics does this by offering paraben-free makeup products that allow our consumers to engage closely with our mission which is to get “Qute for a Cause”.
The vision for Qute Cosmetics revealed itself to her when Tammy had her daughter in 2011. “I had my daughter who was born 11 months after my son passed away. I wanted to do something in honor of my son. I wanted to create this brand with my daughter to help her keep her brother’s memory alive because she never got to meet him.”
Their Voice of Greater Cincinnati is one of the main organizations that we donate to in support of Cerebral Palsy awareness which was founded and launched in 2018.
Their Voice of Greater Cincinnati, Inc is a non profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to inspire, uplift and support families affected by cerebral palsy.
Their Voice was started to help provide families a sense of relief when it comes to caring for a loved one with cerebral palsy. They help families with home modifications, assist with medical and daily needs and now recently started a respite care program. If you would like to help Their Voice directly you can donate to them by clicking the link below. Your support is greatly appreciated.
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