Together, the four entities will operate collectively as the Arbonne Charitable Foundation and will work to drive support for programs that build positive self-esteem for teens, the company said.
In addition to forming positive and strategic partnerships with established non-profit organizations, the
Arbonne Charitable Foundation will support a grant program and localized volunteer events to further its mission.
“We want to align ourselves with like-minded non-profits,” said Wendy Peloso, interim director, Arbonne Charitable Foundation. “As we work to get the Foundation established, these partnerships will be a key bridge to success.”
The Arbonne Charitable Foundation has established a national partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. The partnership will begin with an exciting initial rollout of pilot programs that feature the delivery of Arbonne products and the volunteer efforts of Arbonne Angels—the Foundation’s corps of donors and volunteers. Similar partnerships with other outstanding charities will be formed in Canada, Australia and the UK, the company said.