Nerium International Raises $1 Million for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Jill Marten, an accomplished human resources executive, has worked as corporate director of HR for the Miami-based Baptist Health South Florida since 2012. Outside of her professional activities, Jill Marten serves as a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, a nonprofit mentoring organization that matches adult role models with children 6 to 18 years of age in 340 communities throughout the United States.

Big Brothers Big Sisters recently announced that it has received a donation of $1 million from Nerium International, a skin-care company headquartered in Addison, Texas. Nerium’s donation, which will have a direct impact on children nationwide, establishes the company as Big Brothers Big Sister’s single largest corporate donor.

In order to reach its $1 million goal, Nerium launched a number of fundraising initiatives throughout the year, including Big Brothers Big Sisters signature Bowl for Kids’ Sake program. Nerium and its partners recently celebrated the success of the campaign by presenting a symbolic $1 million check to Big Brothers Big Sisters representatives at the Get Real Conference in Long Beach, California, on October 24.


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