FaceLube to show support for LGBT-focused housing organization

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FaceLube’s ultra-masculine anti-aging line for men is reportedly pleased to further improve the mission of the Gay & Lesbian Elder Housing Organization (GLEH)—a non-profit, equal opportunity housing provider. The Annual GLEH Garden Party—the organization’s largest fundraiser and LGBT event of the year—will take place on October 6, 2013 at a private estate in Los Angeles.

Over 500 celebrities, media and attendees—many of whom are influential and high profile individuals within the Los Angeles LGBT/Ally Community—are expected to show up in support. Candace Chen, a 20-year veteran of the automotive industry, who was invited to attend the fundraiser, founded FaceLube Automotive.

“FaceLube salutes the work of this remarkable charity,” Chen told the press. “We appreciate the opportunity to contribute to this event and are proud to support the mission of the GLEH to develop affordable housing and provide comprehensive services, as well as advocacy and education for the benefit of the LGBT elder community.”

Several of GLEH’s corporate partners are Cars For Causes, Orbitz, Alzheimer’s Association of Southern California, The Motion Picture & Television Fund, St Vincent Meals On Wheels, SAGE and the Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles. The charity is also supported by local and federal government agencies such as the City of Los Angeles Department of Aging, the US Department of Veterans Affairs and the Los Angeles County IHSS.

FaceLube, self-proclaimed as the world’s finest men’s anti-aging skin care, is an eco-friendly line of men’s grooming, skin care and anti-aging products that are free of Paraben, sulfates, fragrances, perfumes, dyes, silicones, PEG, Oxybenzone and other controversial chemicals. Built from the ground up for men, FaceLube is residue-free and delivers sustainable, visible results through the combination of the latest science-based anti-aging active ingredients and natural super botanicals.

GLEH’s goal is to directly house and serve low-income LGBT individuals through the group’s award-winning Comprehensive Housing Care Program.

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