For the first time ever, Orgain is granting $150,000 to start-up businesses focused on helping people live healthy, vibrant lives. Through our new Grants for Greater Good program, we are granting $50,000 each to 3 deserving start-up businesses who share Orgain’s values. Applications are now being accepted through March 20th. Winners will be announced on April 27, 2020. I could not be more excited about this initiative!

When I started Orgain 11 years ago, I took a leap of faith, leaving behind my medical practice to pursue my passion for nutrition. I spent endless hours formulating my first product in my own kitchen and many more hours trying to get retailers to put my Orgain shakes on their shelves. Like all entrepreneurs, I invested not only time and money into my fledgling company, but also so much of myself. It was not an easy journey, but I deeply believed that the clean nutrition Orgain was offering could improve people’s lives. Eleven years later, Orgain is a thriving company that has helped millions of people access clean, high-quality nutrition. In fact, our growth has exceeded my wildest dreams. So now, I’d like to “pay it forward” to start-up businesses that are also dedicated to helping people live healthy, vibrant lives and that could use a financial boost in order to take their businesses to the next level.

The winners of the Grants for Greater Good grants must be start-ups that demonstrate that their businesses are innovative and scalable, and most importantly, that they share Orgain’s values.

To learn more about the specific application criteria, click here (program officially starts on 2/1).

We will be accepting grant applications through March 20th. If you are an entrepreneur running a small, mission-driven business, please apply! Or if you know someone whose values-led business could benefit from a $50,000 grant, please spread the word about Grants for Greater Good!

Sincerely,

Andrew Abraham

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  • Thank you, Andrew for such an amazing opportunity. I can’t wait to see this chapter unfold.

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