Kiehl’s Since 1851 is donating $125,000 to amfAR through the Fourth Annual LifeRide —
a nine-day motorcycle trip down the West Coast from Seattle to Los Angeles,
July 31 to August 8. Join us for fun events as LifeRide stops at Kiehl’s stores along the way!
Click on each stop for details about the day’s events!
Wednesday, July 31
Bellevue, WA and Seattle, WA
Thursday, August 1
Sunday, August 4
Westfield San Francisco Centre, San Francisco, CA
Monday, August 5
Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
Tuesday, August 6
Westfield Valley Fair, Santa Clara, CA
Thursday, August 8
The Grove, Los Angeles, CA
President of Kiehl’s Since 1851 in the US, Chris is an avid motorcycle rider. An overall philanthropist, his personal generosity echoes that of the Kiehl’s mission statement in which founder, Aaron Morse, proclaimed the importance of giving back to the community in which you serve. In addition to collaborations with local community–based organizations, Chris has guided Kiehl’s in collaborations with top artists, celebrities, athletes and universities to raise substantial funds and September 2011 awareness for non-profit organizations within its three pillar causes—HIV/AIDS, the environment and children’s well–being.
kevin robert frost
Kevin Frost joined amfAR in 1994 and has served as Chief Executive Officer since 2007. In 2010 Mr. Frost was appointed by President Obama to serve on the Presidential Advisory Committee on HIV/AIDS, which is charged with providing guidance and recommendations to the administration about the US government’s domestic and international HIV/AIDS prevention and research programs. Mr. Frost began working in HIV/AIDS after moving to New York City and joining ACT UP: the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, an activist group dedicated to ending the AIDS epidemic through non–violent civil disobedience.
No one has to tell Corbett that Hollywood stars moonlighting as musicians don’t always get taken seriously. But onstage with his band or on radio airwaves, the guy who rose to fame on TV’s "Northern Exposure" and "Sex and the City" and on screen in "My Big Fat Greek Wedding", has no problem fighting the skepticism. His self–titled debut album climbed to No. 42 on Billboard’s Country chart and his new album, Leaving Nothin’ Behind, confirms what fans quickly recognized: He was never just moonlighting in the first place.
Gilles Marini is an actor, philanthropist, husband and proud father. Introduced to American viewers during a sizzling stint on "Sex and the City: The Movie", he then joined hit series like "Brothers and Sisters". He was also part of "Dancing with the Stars" Season 8 and All Stars; and now, for the past two years, he has starred as Angelo Sorrento in the critically acclaimed drama "Switched at Birth".
Kurt Yaeger was born and raised in the blue–collar town of South San Francisco, CA and is a former professional BMXer turned actor. His credits include "Sons of Anarchy", "Dolphin Tale" and the upcoming HBO/Cinemax pilot, "Quarry". He is an avid motorcyclist who, even after losing his leg in a horrific hit–and–run accident seven years ago, continues to ride as often as he can.
Ben Cohen, MBE is among the world’s greatest athletes. He is an England Rugby World Cup champion, and second in all–time scoring for his country. In 2011, he retired at the top of his game to found the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation. As Chairman, Mr. Cohen travels worldwide speaking to students and corporations about the importance of character, respect and equality. The cause is close to his heart, as Mr. Cohen’s father was beaten to death when he stood up for an employee who was being attacked. Mr. Cohen has reached millions with his message, and with his leadership, cities across the US have passed StandUp declarations, calling for an end to bullying.
Grant is truly a renaissance man. TV host, actor, activist, motorcyclist, father and adventurer are just a few of his handles, while he leads a double life as a former Marine sniper, currently teaching weapons/tactics across the United States. This is his fourth LifeRide, and Grant is proud to be a part of the Kiehl’s/amfAR team. You can catch up with him live on Tuesdays on TradioV.com at "The Fork in the Road".
Conrad Leach is a British artist and custom motorcycle designer who has exhibited worldwide with
representation in the UK, Japan and the USA. Conrad has been invited by the British Consulate to
exhibit a solo show during Art Basel, Miami, 2014. (Photo Credit: Sam Christmas)
Jon Beck is an adventurer disguised as a suburbanite. Spending most of his time on surfboards
or skateboards while growing up in Southern California, Jon later discovered off–road motorcycling.
Combining his work as a photographer with his passion for motorcycle exploration, Jon has traveled
to distant corners of the globe documenting culture, competitions and extreme travel.
Kiehl’s Since 1851 is supporting amfAR
with a $125,000 donation through the Fourth Annual Kiehl’s LifeRide.
We invite you to join us in donating to amfAR during LifeRide.
Select the donation amount below to add it your shopping bag or visit your neighborhood Kiehl’s store to donate.
Donations to amfAR processed at checkout. Your contribution will be added to the Total LifeRide Donation tally below.
Your contribution will directly support amfAR’s life-saving HIV/AIDS research. Thank you!
Lend a hand to the cause with our jumbo size 7.8 oz. Ultimate Strength Hand Salve adorned with a commemorative red cap.
For each limited edition sold, Kiehl’s will donate
100% of net profits, up to $125,000, to amfAR!
$28.50 ($34 value)
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Kiehl’s gratefully acknowledges the following companies for their generous sponsorship
of LifeRide for amfAR.