Isagenix International and its ISA Foundation have increased donations this month to help those affected by COVID-19, including children who are out of school.
So far, Isagenix has worked with food banks and charity partners in the United States and Canada. The company hopes to connect with nonprofits in Australia as well.
While Isagenix originally committed to donating over $200,000 in products, as the need expanded, so did the giving. Since March 10, the company has donated products with a retail value of $1.25 million to nonprofits in Arizona, Tennessee, Florida, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Washington, D.C. and Illinois.
The products included IsaLean® Bar and IsaLean Shake, which are protein-rich meal replacements; IsaKids® Super Smoothie, a nutritious snack for kids; and Whey Thins™, a protein-packed snack.
The product donations represent over 257,000 meals, 34,000 servings of IsaKids, and almost 190,000 snacks. Isagenix has also donated 580 IsaBlender® blenders to help nonprofits make the shakes.
The company expects to donate additional products in the coming weeks.