Corporate Responsibility Redefined

Beyond Organic is pleased to announce a unique partnership with their entire network and a select group of charitable organizations to bring food, clothing and urgently needed help to people in need. The “Give a Meal, Get a Meal” program invites participants to donate $10 (or more if they wish) with their order, to pay for a meal for someone in need. Beyond Organic will respond to each gift of $10 or more by adding $10 worth of free product credits to the customer’s account.

http://dygandm.mybeyondorganic.com/About_GiveamealGetameal.aspxWith this revolutionary new program, corporate responsibility is being redefined as everyone’s responsibility. It’s a win-win-win system that is causing huge excitement among our growing family of Independent Mission Marketers.
Give A Meal, Get A Meal Partners
Beyond Organic Foundation has launched a new ministry-The Widows and Orphans Fund. This fund was established to provide food, clothing and shelter for widows and orphans around the world by partnering with churches, ministries and missionaries in order to have the greatest impact on those we serve. Founded in 2011 by Jordan and Nicki Rubin, Beyond Organic Foundation is a biblically based charity that finds its roots in James 1:27, which teaches that pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring for orphans and widows in their distress and refusing to let the world corrupt you. For more information about Beyond Organic Foundation, visit www.BeyondOrganicFoundation.com.
Since 1983, Mercy Ministries’ free-of-charge, voluntary Christian residential program has served a diverse population of young women from various socioeconomic backgrounds, ages 13-28, who have been physically and sexually abused, including victims of sex trafficking, and those who face life-controlling issues such as addictions, eating disorders, self-harm, and unplanned pregnancy. Mercy Ministries of America has residential homes in Monroe, LA; Nashville, TN; St. Louis, MO; and Sacramento, CA. For more information on Mercy Ministries and its global affiliates, please visit www.MercyMinistries.com.
Urban Youth Impact (UYI) founded in 1997 to make a positive impact on the lives of poverty-stricken inner-city youth living in the Tamarind Avenue corridor. The area has notoriously high crime rates; 32% of youth living in the community are not expected to graduate from high school; over 50% live below the poverty level, and it is more likely that youth from our community will go to jail than graduating high school. Through its programs, UYI seeks to reverse troubling trends and fulfill its mission to love, equip and empower inner-city youth and their parents to fulfill their God-given purpose by offering programs designed to develop critical life skills that result in less juvenile crime, fewer teen pregnancies, less substance abuse, less child abuse/domestic violence, and fewer school dropouts. For more information on Urban Youth Impact, please visit www.UrbanYouthImpact.com.
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