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Make the Click! Help Us Donate $50,000 to Change Lives Worldwide

December 12, 2011

Our mission at Integrative Nutrition has always been to play a crucial role in improving health and happiness, and through that process, create a ripple effect that transforms the world.

As part of our 2020 vision and our commitment to help others share in our mission, I am very excited to support an organization that strengthens young women around the world.

The Girl Effect is a collaborative movement of amazing organizations and people passionate about alleviating poverty by investing in girls. They have found a way to empower girls to get a great education, stay healthy, and raise a stable family.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to create change, now is the time!

We will donate $1 per click, up to $50,000, to the Girl Effect.

It’s that easy – visit our donation page now and click the “Count me IIN” button.
Help us unleash the power of The Girl Effect!

The Girl EffectWhy The Girl Effect? We’ve seen the positive impact that our Health Coaches, many of whom are women, are making in their communities – raising healthy families, fighting for nourishing school lunches, starting farmers’ markets in underserved areas, and spreading health and happiness worldwide.

With just one click, you can join us and become part of the ripple effect, helping us transform the lives of young women around the world. The more clicks we get, the greater impact we can make. Please share this message with your friends.

Together we are creating a ripple effect for friends, family, and people around the world!

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