Isagenix International concludes annual event, raises funds for children's charity organization

Company has Raised More Than $3 Million for the Non-Profit

Isagenix International, a global health and wellness company, ended its annual Celebration 2015 Breakthrough event in San Diego today by raising more than $565,000 for Make-A-Wish® through fundraising and generous Associate and corporate pledges. Additionally, Isagenix and Make-A-Wish surprised wish kid Tanika, a 10-year-old battling leukemia, with an on-stage wish reveal. This fall, her wish to have a backyard makeover will be granted!

"We are dedicated to playing a significant role in impacting the overall health and the wellbeing of others through our support of children's charities," said Kathy Coover, Isagenix co-founder and executive vice president. "Our team loves to see the happiness reflected in the faces of the children and families we help, especially when they realize that we have helped to make their one true wish a reality."

During the past 11 years, Isagenix has raised more than $6.2 million for children's charities. This includes more than $3 million for Make-A-Wish since 2012, which has helped to grant more than 425 wishes to deserving children. More than 550,000 Isagenix associates and staff have the opportunity to contribute to Make-A-Wish on an ongoing basis.

"Isagenix Associates and employees are committed to world health by impacting and inspiring the lives of others," said Kevin Adams, Isagenix CEO. "Our support of Make-A-Wish allows us to continue to make a difference in the lives of children around the world."

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Isagenix International

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