In 2012, Monavie supported, The MORE Project raised $2,000,000 and distributed those funds to sustain education, shelter care, social services, neighborhood development and health programs. The MOre Project also donated $5,576 to India and $58,464 to Thailand for educational programs. They also received more than $57,000 in donated goods and services and had 9,927 donors from 23 countries who contributed!
Motivated by love and compassion, MORE Project dedicates itself and its resources to those impoverished masses marginalized and ignored by society. We will do everything in our power to restore families living in desperate poverty around the world. Our philosophy and methodology is simple: provide food and shelter, and empower individuals with the education, skills, resources, and support they need to forever break the cycle of poverty for them, their families, and future generations.
Dear Friends –
I am continually amazed at the good that takes place when tragedy happens in the world. In April of 2011 we traveled to Japan to witness the aftermath of the tsunami tragedy and to offer needed aid. I was overcome with tears as I witnessed the devastation and the pain that existed in the lives of the victims of that castastrophe. I was also overwhelmed by the gap that existed between those who received help and the seemingly hopeless. That same sense of humility and compassion came to me once
again as we traveled to Thailand and saw the damage done by massive floods. My spirit, however, was bolstered, to know that we were able to offer a glimmer of hope to those impacted through your kind and caring donations to the MORE Project. As I participated in the tsunami and flood relief efforts and watched the hope return to the hopeless I gained confidence in the fact that we still can make a difference in people’s lives and we did!
You may not have personally witnessed these acts of service and love in Japan and Thailand, however, I know that you too have experienced challenges in 2011. In this economically challenging time, most of you have seen friends and neighbors lose jobs, your personal businesses may have struggled a bit, and yet, I am amazed that your commitment to give remains strong. It reminds me of the story of the widow’s mite and how sometimes we wonder if our contributions are enough to make a difference, and I assure you that they do. Your contributions in 2011 have enabled us to expand our youth programs in Brazil, to add classes to our Crèche program, to strengthen our offerings through the Believer’s program and to expand the reaches of the MORE Project outside of Brazil. We couldn’t, of course, accomplish any of this without your support. May God bless you for all that you do. We love you and are honored to continue to serve you as we battle to provide hope and help to those less fortunate. Together we can change lives, day by day, one by one!
The MORE Project
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 13, 2013
The MORE Project, a 501(c)(3) philanthropic organization established in 2005 by MonaVie, announces the release of its 2012 Annual Report. Highlights include statistics and information on the performance of core projects (e.g., Believer’s Project, Take Off Program, Crèche, Mom’s House), as well as MORE Project Expedition and event recaps, financials and fund raising, ways to give and donor recognition.
“The MORE Project has a fine, dedicated group of donors, and we couldn’t succeed without your support. Thank you for all you do on behalf of the beautiful children and families whom we serve,” says Andrea Barnes, executive director for the MORE Project.
For questions regarding the MORE Project or its 2012 Annual Report, email email@example.com.
About The MORE Project
The MORE Project is a 501(c)(3) philanthropic organization established in 2005 by MonaVie, a leading health and wellness company, as an integral part of the company’s founding vision to generate abundance for people all around the world. In addition to helping its distributors achieve a more meaningful life through improved health and prosperity, MonaVie founded the MORE Project as a catalyst to empower individuals who live in poverty to break the cycle of fear and hopelessness that often rules their lives. Initially, the program provides critical resources, such as food, urgent medical care and safe shelter, to end suffering. Long-term needs are met through educational and vocational programs that restore dignity and provide long-term self-sufficiency.