Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Big Service Milestones at Passport to Freedom

The Foundation 4Life® basketball game was a great success. Everyone who attended had a fabulous time and we raised more than $242,000 for a brand-new service initiative. The game was the brain-child of Platinum International Diamond Juan Rosado, and it was a great example of the many creative ways that we can help engage people to raise money for this worthy cause. It was our most successful fundraising event ever!

The new 4Life Service initiative is a community development program that will do so much more than just give families money or food for one day. This new program will bring hope to individuals, families, and communities. It's a culmination of everything we've worked together to accomplish.

In February, we held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new community center at the Marco Aurelio Soto School community in Jardines del Norte, Choloma, Honduras. The new center will provide a warm meal to 250 impoverished children each school day, plus new educational opportunities for their families. And, we recently announced a new partnership with the Dona Justa Guido Memorial School being built this summer in Manila, Philippines. We're thrilled about these two centers and the centers we hope to open in the future. Click here to watch a great video about this new service initiative.

During Passport to Freedom, we also announced that we have provided over two million 4Life Fortify® meals to hungry children in 11 countries. Just like everything we do at 4Life, our goal with 4Life service initiatives is to empower people with the tools they need for financial freedom and independence. And together, we're doing just that. Thank you for all you do! Click here to watch the 4Life Fortify video shown at Passport to Freedom.