Youth Juice Donates 50% of Profits to Children’s Cancer Research

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The company’s co-founders are giving back half of their profits to help prevent disease and preserve long-term health and wellness for children.

The makers of Youth Juice, the powerful nutritional product with seven pounds of seven of the most powerful berries on the planet in one bottle, are giving back in a big way. The company is following in the footsteps of some of today’s great agents of change such as Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey and Warren Buffet, and giving back 50% of its wealth. By donating half of their profits to children's charities doing research to prevent and fight cancer and other diseases, cofounders Lynda Perry and Bob Edwards are keeping with the company’s philosophy of Doing Well by Doing Good.

To accomplish their charitable goals, Perry and Edwards founded YJ Sciences & YJ 4 Kidz. This charitable wing of the company will allocate 50% of annual corporate profits from the sale of Youth Juice to worthy children’s charities. The organization’s first project is the Lynda Perry Oncology Fund, which is raising funds for therapeutic advances in childhood leukemia & lymphoma. The program will be coordinated through the BC Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and 33 other institutions in North America, Australia and Brazil.

Thanks to the daily sales activities of YouthJuice Brand Partners, they will be able to help fund the development of therapies that prevent and treat leukemia and lymphoma to improve the lives of young people afflicted with these diseases. Visit to learn more.

About YJ Sciences Inc:
YJ Sciences Inc., the makers of YouthJuice, is based in Vancouver, British Columbia and currently operates throughout Canada and the United States. The corporate identity symbolizes the company’s commitment to bringing the two worlds of personal health and individual wealth together in a person-to-person networking enterprise.

With detailed science and four years of comprehensive research and development behind its flagship product, YouthJuice, the company could have chosen to sell this powerful functional food product through retailers. However, YouthJuice’s Co-Founders, Lynda Perry and Bob Edwards, decided to use the power of relationship marketing because not only is it a highly-effective way to sell information-rich products, it also allows people to accomplish their personal and financial goals.


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