CEO Dexter Jorgensen - Soap and Monetary Donations
11 Oct

Soap and Monetary Donations

Thanks to your support, through your purchases of our products as well as through your GENEROUS donations, we were able to give $8,000 to the orphanage in Piedras Negras, Mexico. Your donations have helped an orphanage and permanent home to 15-19 individuals of both genders, including some adults. A home where indigent or abandoned persons with disabilities are cared for with love and respect! Diagnoses include: cerebral palsy, autism, meningitis, Down’s syndrome, multiple sclerosis, and other life changing disabilities. Your monetary donations...

11 Oct

We Hear Your Prayers

When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed. It’s good to be blessed. It’s better to be a blessing. One good thing about donation, once you do it, you get addicted to it because it brings great joy and happiness to you. There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up. Your Donations Matter Thanks to your support and donations, we are able to help this cause. You are the reason we are able to help! Your...

11 Oct

Dexter Jorgensen Donates Soap to Peruvian Nursing Home

“We sat around the nursing home for a few hours having a bite to eat and some laughs” “We got in our rental car and we started heading back to our hotel in Lima two miles away. We saw people carrying our soap down the street” The people in the photos were compensated for having their photos taken, they expressed their consent to have their pictures posted online. Amazing to see the impact just an afternoon and some soap can have! Thank you for...

Home for Disabled in Northern Mexico Receives Donation
11 Oct

You Made a Change! Home for Disabled in Northern Mexico Receives Donation

Thanks to your continued support over the last 10 years, we are able to help people like you see above. Recently, we have had the amazing opportunity to help the community of Piedras Negras, Mexico. Founder and CEO, Dexter Jorgensen (far right) traveled with the donation and was able to take so much of the culture in the remote community, like you see in the picture above was able to experience the culture in the remote community. About The Orphanage An orphanage...