Salt Lake City, UT (April 16) In 2006, 4Life Research, a world leader in immune system support products, launched a non-profit organization: Foundation 4Life®
. Today marks the organization’s 15-year anniversary.
What began as a $75,000 donation to the orphanage La Casa Rosada in the Dominican Republic has since grown into a global charity committed to Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in dozens of countries around the world.
Foundation 4Life’s mission is driven by the original vision of service by 4Life Research Founder Bianca Lisonbee. Since the non-profit’s beginning, Foundation 4Life has been involved with campaigns to alleviate hunger, increase childhood literacy and education, address natural and emergency disaster relief, improve community infrastructure, and contribute to other areas that factor into the health, wellness, and vibrancy of at-risk or in-need communities around the world.
During the pandemic, Foundation 4Life has worked to alleviate suffering in the U.S., China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Colombia, and elsewhere. Not-for-profit campaigns have included mask, hand sanitizer, and surgical glove donations to hospitals and collaborations with the Red Cross and Feeding America.
Today, the daughter of 4Life Research founders Jenna Lisonbee oversees Foundation 4Life’s efforts as Director of Service.
Jenna Lisonbee: “It’s an honor to carry forward my mother’s legacy of service. This work is vital and impactful.”
4Life has offices in 25 markets to serve the company’s worldwide customers. For more information about Foundation 4Life, the company’s non-profit 501(c)(3), visit: www.foundation4life.org
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Vice President Corporate Communications