MONAT Global Corp announced that the sales of its More than a Balm by MONAT product raised more than $370,000, a sum that will be donated to organizations that serve veterans and first responders as well as underserved youth.
“Twice each year, we designate a new product that does ‘more than’ serve the needs of our customers by allowing them to make a positive impact on the community,” said Lu Urdaneta, MONAT Global Chief Culture Officer and MONAT Gratitude Chief Executive Officer. “We’re especially grateful for the enthusiastic response we received to support these vulnerable populations through sales of More than a Balm. In addition to impacting veterans and first responders in need, we were able to surpass the halfway mark of our $1 million pledge goal benefitting underserved youth.”
Donations will benefit U.S. organizations Operation Gratitude, The 22 Project and Blue Angels Foundation and international nonprofit Wounded Warriors Canada. A portion of this donation will also benefit organizations selected through MONAT Gratitude’s $1 million pledge grant program that was established to help youth in underserved communities by building and supporting new and existing arts and culture initiatives, youth sports and recreation opportunities and youth entrepreneurship.