It’s recently come to light that MonaVie’s MORE Project may be misusing its donated funds. According to The MORE Project’s Website, “The MORE Project seeks to change lives and restore families living in poverty in Brazil.”
However, we see that the MORE Project is not putting it’s money to that cause:
MonaVie Premier says: “At MonaVie’s October 2007 Anaheim Regional Meeting, all donations to the MORE Project went directly to the Red Cross to aid those affected by the devastating wildfires in Southern California.”
The MonaVie collaborates: “At MonaVie’s October 2007 Anaheim Regional Meeting, all donations to the MORE Project went directly to the Red Cross to aid those affected by the devastating wildfires in Southern California.”
Interestingly, the Red Cross notes the donation, but gives MonaVie CEO, Dallin Larsen credit… (PDF) not the MORE Project as above stated.
What is going on here?
Is Larsen taking donations to the MORE Project and giving them to the Red Cross in his own name? If so, it would reflect very poorly on MonaVie.
Or is the MORE Project misusing it’s funds for purposes other than the ones stated in the charity’s charter as the websites state? If so, that would reflect very poorly on MonaVie’s MORE Project.
I can’t figure out a scenario where MonaVie doesn’t come out looking bad, can you?
Originally posted 2009-05-13 20:28:53. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe above article is intended to be accurate at the time of its original posting. MonaVie may change its pricing, product, or other policies at any time without notice.
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