Help The Nerium Ripple Foundation Meet Its 2017 Goal

For 2017, the Nerium Ripple Foundation has set a goal of raising $1.5 million USD for our partnerships around the world.

Through corporate contributions, campaigns, and the generosity of Nerium’s Independent Brand Partners, we hope to achieve this milestone and support World Vision and Big Brothers Big Sisters as they work toward giving young people hope for a brighter future in Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Korea, and the United States.

2017 GOAL: $1.5 MILLION USD

Big Brothers Big Sisters

The Nerium Ripple Foundation partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters has had a life-long impact on thousands of young people in the United States and Canada.

Since 2012, more than 3,500 deserving kids have benefited from the love and guidance of a caring, adult mentor as a result of Nerium’s commitment and support.

Youth who have had a mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters are more likely to graduate from high school, complete a college degree, give back to society and enjoy loving relationships than their non-mentored peers.*

In fact, youth mentored through Big Brothers Big Sisters are:

  • 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs;

  • 27% less likely to begin using alcohol;

  • 52% less likely to skip school;

  • 33% less likely to use violence.**

* Harris Interactive research, 2009
** Public/Private Ventures research, 1996

World Vision

World Vision is the Nerium Ripple Foundation’s partner for Mexico and Korea, joining forces with Independent Brand Partners in those countries to provide educational and entrepreneurial opportunities for children living in poverty.

World Vision provides a wide variety of programming in 100 countries around the world. These programs align with the Nerium vision of making people better by providing children and families with the tools to lift themselves out of poverty.

As little as $35 USD per month provides a child with a full range of services, including leadership development workshops, educational opportunities, lessons in entrepreneurship, mentoring, as well as access to clean water, nutrition and healthcare.