Glen Ellyn, IL (PRWEB) September 16, 2010
Kylea Health & Energy is mostly known for its health supplements that have dramatically affected the lives of its customers. Kylea's products provide important vitamins and minerals to those who aren't getting them from their daily diet. Products like the Total Living Drink, Fish Oil softgels, Chia Oil softgels, and BalSulin also help people to lose weight, improve heart health, and prevent certain conditions or diseases like diabetes and hypertension.
But, what Kylea customers probably don't know is that Kylea is also actively involved in a charity called Spirit Liberia. Joe Costello, the founder and CEO of Kylea Health & Energy, has long been involved in many different charities because he knows how important it is to give back to the local community in which he lives and the wider world in which we all live.
Costello met the founders of Spirit Liberia, Greg and Vanessa Bogdan, through his involvement in the Christian Alliance Media Group, Inc. based out of Phoenix, Arizona. According to Bogdan, "Joe has been a committed supporter of Spirit Liberia since its inception. Through partnerships with organizations like Kylea, we have been able to sustain our ministry which focuses on providing HOPE for the Liberian people. Our organization sees HOPE achieved through Husbandry, Outreach, Prison Ministry, and Evangelism." With the help of Kylea, Spirit Liberia has been able to feed prisoners, give aid to orphanages, and provide fresh water wells and medical care for the people of Liberia.
Bogdan and his wife founded Spirit Liberia in 2007, after adopting children from Liberia. During the adoption process, Greg and his wife, Vanessa, took several trips to Liberia and fell in love with the people. This love, led them to create an organization that worked to develop ministry and agricultural projects in this impoverished country.
Liberia has been devastated by almost twenty years of war which has left the people without hope for the future. Through agricultural sustainability projects such as vegetable farming, fish farming, animal husbandry, and forestry; the people of Liberia can learn to work hard and help themselves. The financial stability that these projects will bring to the communities and tribal areas can also show the hope of Christ to the entire community as Spirit Liberia is able to show hands-on compassion to them. In a country like Liberia, the needs are immense, so partnerships like Kylea's where Spirit Liberia is able to depend on continuous giving have been vital to Spirit Liberia's sustainability.