LifeVantage Legacy

Making a Difference

At LifeVantage® we believe in giving back and making a difference in the world, not only after we reach our goals, but all along the way. We give back during our large corporate events through a variety of ways, including community service, donation collections and raising awareness of foundations in need.

Through LifeVantage Legacy, our network of corporate employees, distributors and consumers give time, money and other charitable donations to make a difference to those in need by partnering with organizations around the world that serve and support children, families and communities.

Sometimes people think 'When I get that next big raise, paycheck or bonus, THEN I'll help someone,' but we can do things all along the way to help and serve others and make the world a better place. - Marc Shinsato

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Families Helping Families

As a member of the LifeVantage family, you’re making a difference in this world by creating opportunity and changing lives. Now you can make an even greater impact to people in need through our first ever LifeVantage Legacy Volunteer Service Trip.

Everyone deserves a decent place to live, which is why we have partnered with the nonprofit organization, Families Helping Families, to build and furnish houses in poverty-stricken areas. For these families, we’re not just building houses; we’re building communities and hope. Since partnering with Families Helping Families earlier this year, LifeVantage volunteers have contributed five separate homes.

Join LifeVantage in Mexico and contribute hands-on by helping build homes. Register now to not only help build a community, but hope.

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Partners

Here is an organization list of our Legacy Partners.

  • In partnership with its network of independent distributors, LifeVantage made a donation to the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) for the purchase of 24,200 nets that will contribute to improving the health and quality of life of more than 45,000 people in sub–Saharan African countries that battle malaria through AMF’s mosquito net distribution program.

  • LifeVantage donated funds that will contribute to improving the health, education and quality of life for more than 3.7 million children in Bihar, India, through Deworm the World's school-based parasitic worm initiative. According to Deworm the World, more than 600 million school-age children in the world's poorest countries are at risk of chronic and widespread parasitic worm infections that can harm their health and development and limit their school attendance. Deworm the World, a global nonprofit initiative of Innovations for Poverty Action, coordinates with more than 50 government, technical and funding partners to deworm children around the world.

  • LifeVantage, together with its independent distributors, donated funds to Hunger Relief International equivalent to approximately 200,000 meals for the purpose of feeding orphans and underprivileged children in Haiti and Guatemala. Hunger Relief International, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Oklahoma City, Ok., was established in 2009 and works to feed children utilizing locally grown food sources in the countries and regions in which they operate.

  • LifeVantage donated funds to build water wells in East Africa, which could provide clean water to approximately 100,000 men, women and children in connection with World Water Day. Wells of Life, established in 2008, is committed to helping the people of East Africa access clean, sanitary water by building water wells.

  • LifeVantage raised funds for Traffic Jam for the fight against the trafficking and enslavement of children around the world. Its mission is to "jam" up the traffic of the widowed, orphaned, abandoned, sold and vulnerable who are often forced into horrific lives of labor, prostitution or military service.

  • LifeVantage was proud to partner with the American Red Cross Japan earthquake and Pacific tsunami relief effort and raised money to help the victims of the 2011 Pacific tsunami. In addition to funds raised by our family of distributors, LifeVantage Corporation contributed a matching amount.

  • LifeVantage made dolls for children undergoing medical procedures at Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. The dolls are used to help children understand the medical procedures they will undergo. For example, the children can color on them, "perform operations" on them and see where injections will be given. The children take the dolls home when they are discharged from the hospital.

  • LifeVantage donated funds, letters and other care package items to members of the military associated with The Warrior Foundation's Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit foundation that honors and empowers severely injured service members through unique, direct programs and services such as advocacy, benefits counseling, coping and family services, mentoring and assistance building careers in the civilian workforce.

  • LifeVantage cooperated with Soles 4 Souls, a Nashville, Tennessee-based charity that collects shoes from the warehouses of footwear companies and the closets of ordinary people and distributes those shoes, free of charge, to people in need in more than 130 countries regardless of race, religion, class or any other criteria. To date, Soles 4 Souls has given away more than 18 million pairs of new and gently worn shoes.

  • LifeVantage partnered with Street Angels, an organization that delivers backpacks full of survival supplies and other essentials (such as blankets, sleeping bags, hoodies, water, nonperishable food, clothing, sunscreen, towels, envelopes, stamps, phone cards and personal care/toiletry items) to homeless teenagers in the San Diego area.

  • LifeVantage cooperated with Sisters Hope, an organization that empowers cancer survivors. Founded by a breast cancer survivor and carried on by her sister, Sisters Hope sponsors HOPE Retreat, designed to allow cancer survivors to reflect on their cancer experience in a comfortable, caring and supportive environment. At the retreat, participants explore their cancer journey—their story from initial diagnosis through completion of treatment, the effects of their cancer on various aspects of life and relationships, and how to integrate positive aspects of the cancer experience into their lives.

  • LifeVantage established an ongoing partnership with CureDuchenne and conducts an annual service effort for their benefit. CureDuchenne was founded by parents whose only son was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) in 2002. The founders' vision is to cure Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and they are dedicated to helping the organization be "out of business" in 10 years when they have solved the problem of DMD and saved this generation of Duchenne boys.

  • LifeVantage sold lollipops made by children with cancer and their families to raise money for Gold Ribbon Families Foundation, established to assist the families of children with cancer.

  • Food Drives in California, Arizona, Utah, Colorado and Florida
    LifeVantage cooperated with food banks in the following cities to coordinate food drives for those in need: San Diego, Calif.; Walnut Creek, Calif.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Salt Lake City, Utah; Denver, Colo.; and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.