Isagenix Helps Wishes Come True as ‘2013 Cause Champion’

Photo above: Isagenix founders Jim and Kathy Coover accept the 2013 Cause Champion Award.

The Isagenix mission of providing “solutions to transform lives” recently earned the company national honors from charitable partner Make-A-Wish. In addition to its Annual Sponsor Award, Isagenix has received Make-A-Wish America’s prestigious 2013 Cause Champion Award.

Make-A-Wish is an international organization working to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. The wishes are as unique as the children themselves and include experiences like traveling, learning a new skill or meeting a favorite celebrity. The Cause Champion Award recognizes Isagenix’s support in cash contributions, employee support and outstanding partnership internationally. In less than two years, the health and wellness company raised $1.2 million in support of Make-A-Wish.

“This is a proud moment for Isagenix. We are so grateful for our affiliation with Make-A-Wish and the ability to make a difference in people’s lives,” said Isagenix Co-Founder and President Jim Coover, who accepted the award alongside his co-founder and wife, Kathy. “There is no better cause than being able to bring joy into the life of a child and their family.”

Isagenix Associates have the option of giving a recurring donation from their monthly commissions or autoship orders. During Make-A-Wish Month in May, the company is boosting its fundraising efforts by donating $1 for every person who sets up a recurring donation, up to $10,000. Isagenix has also coordinated with several of its vendor partners, who have joined the effort to support the foundation during Make-A-Wish Month.


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