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It all started in the basement of Cindy Monroe’s Tennessee home in 2003. Equipped with a sewing machine, vision and tremendous faith, Monroe sought to fill a gap for special gifts.


Univera: Serving the Children First

by Karyn Reagan

December 01, 2012

Univera carries on the legacy left by its founder by bringing the best of nature to the youngest of humankind.


Exclusive Profile: Origami Owl

by Jennifer Workman Pitcock

November 01, 2012

Driven by a Dream
Two years ago, 14-year-old Isabella “Bella” Weems told her parents she wanted a car for her 16th birthday. Her parents made a deal with her. If she wanted to create a business and earn the money, they would match her investment.


Mary Kay: Learn-Play-Heal

by Karyn Reagan

October 01, 2012

Mary Kay Inc. and the Mary Kay Foundation offer children of domestic violence victims a unique opportunity to rise above their circumstances and find healing.


PartyLite: The Fragrance of Giving

by Karyn Reagan

September 01, 2012

The gift of a candle over 100 years ago ignited a culture of charity that still permeates the PartyLite philosophy today.


North American Power: Kilowatts into Kindness

by Jeremy Gregg

July 02, 2012

North American Power is a retail energy supplier whose rapid growth has been fueled by a different form of energy—the power of compassion.


Team National: Helping Other People Every Day

by Karyn Reagan

April 01, 2012

Team National carries on the legacy of providing H.O.P.E. to areas of critical need.


SeneGence: It Just Makes Sense

by Karyn Reagan

March 01, 2012

SeneGence Founder Joni Rogers-Kante understands the importance of helping women and children in hardship—she was one.


When Bob Hall and his brother George began building their business plan for Orenda International, they were determined to build it differently from any company where they had previously worked.


One year of business in the direct selling industry means more than revenue, success and networking.


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