dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation
The dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation is working to empower people and communities worldwide to make a positive change.
Through partnerships for global impact, matching support for Wellness Advocate Projects and by facilitating community development projects in Co-Impact Sourcing® areas – people are empowered and lives are changed.
Eddleman & Eddleman
Eddleman & Eddleman was founded in 2005 and is a Chamber of Commerce Emerging Business Pinnacle Award Winner. It is a comprehensive financial services firm that provides advice and service solely in a fiduciary capacity to individuals, businesses, and family offices. The firm advises and implements unbiased solutions for a broad range of financial services including tax, accounting, financial and estate planning, investment advisory, real estate, venture capital and private equity. Eddleman & Eddleman provides integral support for LETS and other philanthropic activities both directly and through the Eddleman Foundation.
Greenair is the largest manufacturer and leading innovator of diffusers worldwide.We recognize the natural benefits essential oils provide, and one of the best ways to enjoy their remedial qualities is with a diffuser. Greenair customizes and manufactures diffusers for all of the leading oil companies with the highest industry standards, producing medical grade products. Greenair is US owned and operated and has two manufacturing plants with 25 years of industry expertise.
Skinny and Company
Skinny Coconut Oil is the only coconut oil on the market that is wild harvested, hand pressed, small batched, never heated, 100 percent pure, 100 percent virgin, and 100 percent chemical and solvent-free.
Skinny & Co. is committed to providing only the highest quality products, with full transparency. Each product is made with patented process coconut oil to ensure that all of the nutrients of the amazing coconut stay intact. If you purchase Skinny coconut oil and use the code D20 you’ll get 20% off and Skinny will donate 15% of all sales to LETS.
NGO and NPO Supporters
Restavek Freedom’s mission is to end child slavery in Haiti. Their programs include caring for restavek children, providing transitional homes, establishing regional hubs, working with families to provide education on the harsh realities of the practice, working with the Haitian child protection police and spurring community leaders to effect permanent change. LETS and Restavek Freedom have partnered to complete a year long survey gathering data to help identify markers that can help in the prevention of trafficking, poverty and abuse.
Haitian Bead Project
The Haitian Bead Project empowers Haitians to provide for themselves and build their own communities rather than furthering a culture of dependency. The project currently has 60 artisans working in the cities of Pignon and Savanette and produces a number of products including some of the Lunar Essential Tracker Bracelets.
The products feature handmade beads created from “upcycled” or natural materials like cardboard and coconut shells. Each piece of jewelry is unique. No two necklaces or bracelets or even beads will ever be the same because of the creative process for making the jewelry.
Many of the artisans in the project have taken the money they have earned and used it for further education or even to start their own small businesses.
Many Hands for Haiti
Many Hands is a nonprofit focusing on local and global life-transformation by strengthening families. Established in 2008, Many Hands works to create a solid foundation for families to thrive through their Love in Action programs, working with caregivers and their children ages 0-5.
Each year, they reach at least 25,000 people through their Haitian operations, IMPACT trips, and Many Hands Thrift Markets located in Iowa. Many Hands is called to transform together, to be love in action, in a broken world
Pink Luminous Breast/Pink Luminous Advocacy Project
Silk Pro USA founded Pink Luminous Breast and the Pink Luminous Advocacy Project. The Pink Luminous Advocacy Project aims for the education of women and men on the need to be proactive with their breast health, by disseminating awareness, prevention, and catching it in early stages. The project is also focused on investing in research, specifically as it relates to how red LED spectrum light can be used to detect early symptoms of breast cancer, enabling women to monitor their breast health at home. The project also focuses on distributing preliminary breast cancer screening tools to women living in financially challenged communities, where the resources for mammograms are not easily accessible. LETS partners with Pink by distributing breast lights to those within the reach of our education department and local medical teams.
The Renand Foundation develops programs to prevent at risk rural Haitian children from becoming restaveks (child slaves) while at the same time giving their parents purpose and their communities sustainability.
This is not about welfare, it’s about providing people with access to resources so that they can empower and support themselves.
The foundation’s focus is to keep children within their rural communities. If the parents and the community are given access to enabling resources the children are less likely to be at risk. The foundation’s pioneering pilot program is currently saving lives in Bassin Bleu and is being further implemented in other rural Haitian communities.
Domes for Humanity
Domes for Humanity unites people and communities to build disaster-resistant homes and shelters, leaving a sustainable impact on lives. Domes for Humanity believes that the strongest natural disaster-resistant structure – a Monolithic Dome – is the key to solving the world’s sustainable and healthy home and shelter crisis. With collective action, empowerment in communities will increase as the organization makes an impact with these affordable, permanent solutions; and as a result, monetary and physical rebuilding efforts can decrease globally. Domes are an urgent go-to solution especially in low-income and underdeveloped communities around the world. LETS partners with Domes and Pink to create Women’s wellness clinics in our communities.
Founded by a US teenager with a passion for solving food insecurity globally, Harvest 107 is located in Port au Prince and creates sustainable urban microfarms for orphans and impoverished communities throughout Haiti.
Agape to the Nations