Friday, January 15, 2010
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Six million children under the age of 5 die every year as a result of hunger.
ONE CHILD EVERY SIX SECONDS
Can you say "YES" to the following statements?:
* I have the desire to better humanity through giving.
* I have the willingness to invest $90 a month to alleviate world hunger.
* I have the commitment to reach 5 people who also have the desire to become generous givers. * I have the determination to help those 5 givers reach 5 others through 5 generations.
* I have the discipline to invest in ongoing strategic and heart-led philanthropic projects.
If so, there is a system in place that will help you build your team of givers so YOU can make a difference! A saying used often that is absolutely true:
When the team works, the dream works.
There is a team ready to help you build your team and business while providing a training system that will help you succeed. So, what if you could…
…make a strong residual income from home by impacting the lives of the malnourished
…by working 10-12 hours a week
…with a team that would train you for free?
(thank you to Project638)
Posted by Terrie Schultz at 7:30 PM
Friday, January 8, 2010
XanGo is featured in this month's issue of Direct Selling News regarding the launching of XanGo's Goodness Foundation.
As a Direct Selling company with expansion into 34 international markets, XanGo felt the timing was right. With the XanGo Goodness Foundation, XanGo will strengthen its relationship with causes locally, around the country and across borders. Naturally, XanGo will continue to donate a significant portion of its profits to humanitarian work; however the foundation now enables the company to extend its reach to better the lives of more people.
The XanGo Goodness Foundation provides a focal point around which to rally our distributors, motivating their involvement on a global scale. XanGo focuses on healthier lives; it's only natural that we feel passionate about improving lives through the XanGo Goodness Foundation.
Posted by Terrie Schultz at 10:03 AM