More often than not, beauty contest winners give back to their local community in some way. They might volunteer in the community or donate money. Not all winners take such great actions, but a decent proportion of beauty contest winners do do this. With that in mind, it's always good to give back.
I believe that beauty winners give back to society. Beauty pageants bring enjoyment to many people, both the contestants and the viewers. Also, many beauty winners have very noble philanthropies. They can use their achievement to bring awareness to their philanthropy, whether it be homelessness, AIDS or illiteracy in the United States.
While not every beauty contest winner has gone in a philanthropic direction, many beauty contest winners have used their win as a springboard to take a cause very close to their hearts. It is also true that being a beauty pageant queen does not automatically equate to giving back, it does provide the status that is sometimes needed to spread the word about a cause.
Making charitable appearances in parades don't give back to society. Giving speeches to kids in school doesn't give back to society. Beauty contest winners tout makeup, diet drinks, food, beauty products and more, all in the name of a distorted body image that is impossible for normal young women to attain. Instead of beauty contests, everyone should help feed the hungry or house the homeless instead of ogling women who use whatever means necessary to look impossibly perfect.
No, I do not believe that beauty contest winner give back to society. First off, they really don't receive a large amount of money to contribute back into society. They are usually a small time girl that works on the side at a low paying job while trying to attend school. Winners mostly likely take their winnings and put it toward their future, if they are smart. Beauty is only skin deep and only last for long until the next pretty face comes into town.
Beauty contest winners do not give back to society. For most of the winners, they do not give back nearly enough. I think they should donate any winnings to a charity or foundation to make it fair to everyone. The amount of money that they are awarded is not nearly the amount that the spend preparing for the competition.
I do not believe that beauty contest winners give back to society. I feel as though the whole beauty contest circuit is a business industry and it is there to profit and make money. I do not believe the contestants have bad intentions, but I do not think they serve any real purpose.