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doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation™, a U.S. Foundation, partners with local and global nonprofit organizations, facilitates projects in Co-Impact Sourcing communities, and empowers Wellness Advocates to be involved in local and global community projects.
As we partner with communities and doTERRA Wellness Advocates, our focus is on making a difference in the following areas:
doTERRA donates 100% of all proceeds of certain products, including doTERRA Hope® Touch and Rose Lotion. These proceeds support The Foundation projects and initiatives in the country or doTERRA market from which the products are purchased.
This program supports doTERRA Wellness Advocates in their service projects, humanitarian and philanthropic efforts at home and abroad.
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|Country||Wellness Advocate||Project Description||Contribute*|
|Diana Ciobanu (Romania) and Diana Maria Bahiu Nastasa||Build a workshop where disadvantaged youth in Romania learn pracital skills and emotional support through means of carpentry, ceramics, and craftsmanship to empower connection and life skills. This project is expected to impact 100 youth annually.||Details|
|Elisabetta My (Italy) and Laura Morandi||Purchase three different models of bicycles that will allow children and young people with physical, mental, cognitive, psychiatric, neurodiversity, autism, and the elderly to ride a bicycle. This project is expected to impact 40 people.||Details|
|Stefanie Liehr (Germany) and Annekathrin &Bodo Siegle||Build a youth center and a well for children of the KARA tribe in Ethiopia to go to school to learn about sustainability and agriculture. This will impact 18 children.||Details|
|Alexandra Danila (Romania) and Georgiana & Klaus Birthler||Build three homes for disadvantaged families in Romania that will provide access to decent living, education, medical care, and jobs. The projects I expected to impact 16 families.||Details|
|Anja Bajdak (Slovenia) and Tjasa Sercer||Provide equipment, gas and supplies to fight the expanding wildfire in Slovenia.||Details|
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