MonaVie’s The MORE Project Releases 2012 Annual Report

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In 2012, The MORE Project (1) raised $2,000,000 and distributed funds to sustain education, shelter care, social services, neighborhood development and health programs; (2) donated $5,576 to India and $58,464 to Thailand for educational programs; (3) received more than $57,000 in donated goods and services; (4) had 9,927 donors from 23 countries who contributed.

The MORE Project

Thank you for all you do on behalf of the beautiful children and families whom we serve.

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.

Click here to download the MORE Project 2012 Annual Report.

“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 info(at)themoreproject(dot)org.

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.

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