is Women Helping Others!
WHO Foundation was established in 1993 by BeautiControl Chairman Jinger
Heath, out of her heartfelt philosophy of women helping others. The
WHO Foundation was established to address health, education and wellness
concerns specifically for women and children.
WHO (Women Helping Others) Foundation® nationally supports grass-roots
charities serving the overlooked needs of women and children.
Through the generous
donations of BeautiControl Independent Skin Care and Image Consultants,
company associates, individual and corporate contributors and BeautiControl,
the WHO Foundation has provided funding for critical health and education
projects that give women and children the knowledge and tools they need
to improve their lives. Since its inception, the WHO Foundation has
raised more than $1.2 million. The WHO Foundation is committed to:
- Encouraging women
everywhere to help others through local community service.
- Supporting organizations
dedicated to women and children.
- Educating individuals
about health and education issues.
Each year the WHO Foundation accepts grant requests from 501 (c) (3)
non-profit organizations for programs benefiting women and children.
We are proud to support a variety of grass-roots charities providing
health/dental care, basic adult education, support for women in crisis
and many other much needed services.
Many of BeautiControl's
50,000 Independent Consultants throughout the United States and Puerto
Rico volunteer their time leading fund-raising activities to benefit
local groups and the WHO Foundation. Each year, the WHO Foundation Awards
recognizes BeautiControl Consultants who have demonstrated outstanding
volunteerism in their communities. Winners of the WHO Foundation Community
Service Awards each receive a check from the WHO Foundation made payable
to the charity for which they volunteer. Each year, the foundation also
selects several national grant recipients.
the support of many people, the WHO Foundation has made a tremendous
difference to women and children in need across the country, says
WHO Foundation Founder and Chairman Jinger Heath. We make that
difference in communities where theres a need often overlooked
by bigger organizations. BeautiControl Independent Consultants fill
that gap through their volunteer efforts and the WHO Foundation fills
it through financial support. Everyone should have a chance to improve
their lives and that is what the WHO Foundation is all about.
reach out to thousands
Beauty: A New Beginning,
is a comprehensive wellness guide for women undergoing or recovering
from cancer treatment. Written by Jinger Heath, Well Beauty
offers image advice, positive affirmations, skin care advice, makeup
tips to camouflage treatment side effects, and tips on head coverings
and wigs. Thousands of copies have been distributed to women and health
care organizations throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Living Well: Women's Critical Health Issues,
provides basic information for women on 10 critical health issues with
specific symptoms, facts and strategies for prevention. Topics include
heart disease, skin cancer, osteoporosis, lung cancer, breast cancer,
ovarian cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, cervical cancer, diabetes
and colon/rectum cancer.
Both booklets are
available free of charge to cancer patients and cancer-related organizations.
Others may obtain a copy of Well Beauty or Living Well
for a suggested $5 donation per copy. To order write to the WHO Foundation,
P.O. Box 816029, Dallas, TX 75381-6029 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information,