We are delighted to announce that the Forever Hope Foundation has launched. Our aim is to improve lives by bringing help and hope to people all over the world. We will do this by raising money for established charities so that they can continue their vital work.
As children we were always taught by our parents that whenever you had the opportunity to do so, you should help others. This message stuck with us. It’s what we teach our own children and it’s why we wanted to set up the Forever Hope Foundation.
The foundation will raise money for our beneficiary charities in a variety of ways including product partnerships, charity galas, auctions and online giving. We do this along side our ambassadors who will help raise awareness of our partner charities and fundraising campaigns. All of which enhances our aim to provide help to people when they need it most and make a meaningful difference to their lives.
We look forward in seeing you all at future fundraising events, hope is yours to give.
"Whenever you had the opportunity to do so, you should help others."
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