The Isagenix Legacy Foundation recently announced that it is awarding its first round of grants, totaling $665,400, to 16 U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofits.
The nonprofits selected align with the Foundation’s mission to provide healthy nutrition and support for underserved children, wellness education for all and aid for those affected by natural disasters. Located in Arizona, California, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan and Montana, they serve people in communities as far away as Kenya.
“Through their compassion, dedication, and hard work, these 16 organizations have changed thousands of people’s lives,” said Isagenix Chief Executive Officer Travis Ogden. “The Isagenix Legacy Foundation is honored to help them expand their reach and efforts so that together, we can make the greatest impact possible on the people and communities they so diligently serve.”
The 16 grants range from $5,000 to $100,000. Four nonprofits are receiving $100,000 grants:
- Unstoppable Foundation, based in Agoura Hills, California: $100,000.
- SERV International, based in Canton, Georgia” $100,000
- Live Love, based in Chandler, Arizona: $100,000
- Make-A-Wish® Foundation of America, based in Phoenix, Arizona: $100,000
- One for Health Foundation, based in Walpole, Massachusetts: $50,000.
- Embody, based in Grand Rapids, Michigan: $50,000.
- Make-A-Wish® Foundation of Arizona, based in Phoenix, Arizona: $50,000.
- Food For Thought, based in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida: $25,400.
- Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, with locations in Niceville and DeFuniak Springs, Florida: $25,000.
- Homeward Bound, based in Phoenix, Arizona: $15,000.
- ICAN, based in Chandler, Arizona: $10,000.
- Arizona Brainfood, based in Mesa, Arizona: $10,000.
- AZCEND, based in Chandler, Arizona: $10,000.
- Youth Empowerment Source, based in Elkton, Maryland: $10,000.
- Chandler Service Club, based in Chandler, Arizona: $5,000.
- Butte Rescue Mission, based in Butte, Montana: $5,000.
The foundation is also helping those in need by facilitating product donations totaling $200,000 in retail value to several food banks across the United States.