Nerium Ripple Foundation supports Love-Lunch Box Project for Children in South Korea

Around the world, about 328 million children are living in extreme poverty. At the Nerium Ripple Foundation, our mission of Making People Better is evident through our dedication to mentorship and servant leadership across the globe. In the process, we’re improving lives, one step at a time. The best part and our goal are to see the ripples of change when the organizations we support in turn help others.

Making People Better

We’re only four months into 2017 and the Nerium Ripple Foundation has set a substantial goal of raising $1.5 million USD to support its established philanthropic partnerships with non-profit and humanitarian organizations who share our vision of Making People Better. We’re committed to achieving our goals worldwide and excited to have raised more than $50,000 thus far. Ultimately, our hope is to encourage Independent Brand Partners as well as customers to make a positive difference in the lives of those that are less fortunate.

Extreme Poverty is a Global Concern

World Vision is our philanthropic partner in Mexico, Colombia, and South Korea; whereas our partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) helps better the lives of people in the United States, Canada, and Australia.

Percentage of people living in poverty:

  • 3 % Mexico (2012 est.)
  • 8 % Colombia (2015 est.)
  • 6 % South Korea (2013 est.)
  • 1 % United States (2010 est.)
  • 4 % Canada (2008 est.)
  • Australia NA%
Data source: CIA Factbook and the World Bank

Ripple Effect

One of the organizations we’re proud to support is World Vision International – a humanitarian organization devoted to empowering people out of poverty through providing a wide range of educational and entrepreneurial programming. Their unconditional love to the destitute and the poor is evident in all their projects, including World Vision’s Love-Lunch Box Project – a project we’re proud to support in South Korea. World Vision’s Love-Lunch Box Project provides poverty-stricken children and their communities – often living in remote and hard to get areas – with at least one healthy, balanced, and nutritional meal a day. The program also trains children how to cook easy meals and teaches them the importance of food and health in hopes of offering children an opportunity to.

If you would like to help The Nerium Ripple Foundation create more positive change, or positive ripples, in everyday life, please visit our website.

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