In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, SeneGence is using its supply chain to manufacture and bottle a 62 percent alcohol hand sanitizer made in accordance with FDA guidelines.
The company already has produced over 100,000 units and is planning to produce close to one-half million units of hand sanitizer in the next weeks.
SeneGence has donated thousands of bottles of the newly developed hand sanitizer to the Ronald McDonald House and CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange County, California, and to the community of Creek County in Oklahoma, home state of founder and CEO, Joni Rogers-Kante.
Additionally, to support their Independent Distributors in the United States, SeneGence is dropping a free bottle of SeneGence Hand Sanitizer in each order, effective March 26, 2020, while supplies last.
“In this time of tremendous need, we took the opportunity to create a product to support our Distributors and give back to our communities,” said Rogers-Kante. “I am very hopeful of the human spirit. It’s times like these when we see the best in others through their helping hands, selflessness, and generosities—putting aside gains for profit for the betterment of their neighbor.”