Breaking The Guinness World Record

5,110 Kits in less than one hour

“When we learned that young women are using leaves, mattress stuffing, newspaper, corn husks, and other materials for feminine hygiene, we were heartbroken; we knew we needed to help. We are excited to make the hygiene kits and, through this small act of service, support these girls in receiving an education and increasing their self-esteem.”—Emily Wright

The doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation Manager Tammy Hutchinson says, “Assembling 5,110 kits was a great achievement! However, when you consider how each of those kits affect an individual, how it changes a girl’s life and that of her family, that is when you realize the enormity of what was accomplished. Because of those kits, 5,110 women and girls have the freedom to stay in school and get an education, to interact with their family and community, and to work each day as needed without limitations. Now that is a great achievement!”

Beth Thode, a doTERRA Wellness Advocate who was part of this recordbreaking event says, “I felt honored and privileged to be part of such a wonderful project for Days for Girls! It was so heartwarming to meet Celeste and know that doTERRA employees and Wellness Advocates had so much teamwork to make the Guinness world record happen for the benefit of the girls.”

The doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation has been a proud partner of Days For Girls since 2015. By 2015, Days for Girls had reached just over 400,000 women and girls in 101 nations. Since the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation’s partnership, they have doubled their reach to 802,527 women and girls in 114 nations on six continents and plan to reach one million women and girls by the end of 2017. This is the multiplying factor of support from the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation.


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