The Way To Connect With Direct Selling Industry

The Way To Connect With Direct Selling Industry

Rodan + Fields Makes a $5 Million Donation To Youth Empowerment

Rodan + Fields has pledged $5 million over the next three years to support the company’s objective of influencing young people. The R + F Youth Empowerment Fund will make charitable contributions to help underprivileged children and teenagers.

Dr. Tim Falla, Chief Scientific Officer of Rodan + Fields and Chairman of the Board of the R+F Prescription for Change Foundation, said, “Our community investments are a vital element of our goal to Do Good and to generate a life-changing effect along with our Consultants.” “Giving back is ingrained in our business DNA, and we are happy to say that we made our first grant before selling our first product. This fund is another indication of our dedication to making an impact in the communities where we live and work.”

By 2025, the firm hopes to have impacted one million kids, the majority of whom reside in historically underprivileged regions. These funds will go toward programs that address the systemic barriers that keep people in poverty and promote health and environmental protection, with a particular focus on issues that disproportionately affect young people, such as mental health, career readiness, skills training, and social impact.

“This fund democratizes our approach to corporate giving, increases investment in topics that are critical to youth development, and extends our DEI commitments into local communities,” said Lindsay Vignoles, Rodan + Fields’ Director of Environmental, Social, and Governance. “The combined difficulties of the Covid-19 epidemic, systematic racial injustice, and the climate disaster are strong proof that doing better now is critical for our future. A major element of that is investing in young people and the next generation.”
Grantees for the R + F Empowerment Fund will be revealed in September of this year. Since its inception in 2008, the company’s charitable arm, Prescription for Change Foundation, has spent more than $14.5 million in charity partners.

Share:

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Related Company

Recommended People

Related People

Related News

Register to MLMEYE
    •  
      Strength indicator
  •  
  •  

    Forgot Password

Share on facebook
Share on whatsapp
Share on google
Share on linkedin
Share on email
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest

You must be logged in to see people lisitng. You may also register for an account.

Edit Your Profile
Please login to update your profile!