The ISA Foundation has since awarded more than $4.4 million worth of grants to nonprofits that align with its core focus areas of healthy nutrition and support for underserved children, wellness education for all, aid for natural disaster victims and equality initiatives. These grants, along with Isagenix product and monetary donations, have funded more than 79,000 education events, provided more than 30 million meals and served over 9.5 million children and adults around the world.
– We don’t want to be just another company that makes amazing products. We want to be a company that makes amazing products, gives back generously, and inspires people to make the world a better place. It’s what drives us each and every day – said Sharron Walsh, Isagenix chief executive officer.
A few highlights from the 2020-2021 Isagenix Social Impact Report include:
- $100,000 grant to GirlTrek, which supports the physical and emotional wellbeing of Black women and girls.
- $150,000 grant to SERV International, which provides sustainably grown and nutritious food relief in sub-Saharan Africa.
- The donation of $5.7 million worth of products to support the wellbeing of people impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The creation of the Isagenix Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Collective, a group focused on listening and learning from people of different ethnicities, races, genders, sexual orientations and other diverse attributes to advise the company on how to ensure safety, equality and inclusion.
- A sustainable packaging score of 91%.
- More than 90% of employees worked from home and the company engaged in increased cleaning protocols to ensure care of employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.