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SeneGence Donates to Relief Efforts In Oklahoma

May 24, 2013

SeneGence International will donate to relief efforts in the Oklahoma regions affected by the recent tornadoes through its non-profit organization, The Make Sense Foundation. To help aid in the devastation, a portion of the proceeds from every LipSense “cause” color (Army Pink, Kiss for a Cause, Luv It) and every MakeSense Foundation cosmetic product sold from May 21 - July 31, 2013 will be donated to Oklahoma tornado relief efforts. Additionally, all monetary donations collected from Independent Distributors and corporate employees as well as through makesensefoundation.org will go directly to Oklahoma aid programs.
 
“Our hearts, love, and prayers are sent to the families and friends who have lost so much in the tragic Oklahoma tornadoes,” said SeneGence Founder and CEO Joni Rogers-Kante. “Our efforts will be spent contributing to this beloved region of the United States, where many of our Independent Distributors are growing and prospering in their businesses. Being an Oklahoma girl myself, I know how strong, loving, and resilient our folks are. The SeneGence family of Distributors and staff is committed to be a part of the healing process and will provide support in many ways in days to come.”
 
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