Being a small company doesn't mean we have small goals. It just makes us that much more dedicated to making the world a better place. We can't simply take, take, take from our beautiful Earth without giving something back or there will be nothing left.
There are so many deserving charities and it is very hard to choose where our help is most needed. As a company that promotes natural wellness and believes whole-heartedly in environmental causes, we thought it best to support environmental charities - organizations that fight every day to make our world a better place for all.
There are 4 stand out charities that we support, not only with money but also with volunteer work and speaking out about these causes we believe so strongly in. Check out these charities to see where a portion of your hard earned money goes to when you purchase from Journey Essential Oils. They won't let you down and neither will we.
From the water.org website: "We believe water is the way. To break the cycle of poverty. To achieve global equality. To make a bright future possible for all. We are here to break down the barriers between people and access to safe water and sanitation."
Visit water.org for more information.
From the Arbor Day Foundation website: "Together, we’re making our world cleaner and greener. In your yard and around the world, we’re planting trees where they're needed most."
Visit Arbor Day Foundation for more information.
Visit Earthworks for more information.
From the Center for Biological Diversity website: "We believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature — to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. We do so through science, law and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive.
We want those who come after us to inherit a world where the wild is still alive."
Visit Center for Biological Diversity for more information.