Health 2 Humanity Soap Launches On The Grommet

Health 2 Humanity Soap Launches On The Grommet

We are so excited and grateful to announce that Health 2 Humanity’s Bars of Hope is going to launch on The Grommet in February! The Grommet is a platform for unique products that carry exceptional stories and values. Like Health 2 Humanity, they believe that every...
What Is The Fight Against Giving?: TEDx Talk

What Is The Fight Against Giving?: TEDx Talk

“The world’s broken but it doesn’t mean it can’t be healed.” – John Cefalu, H2H Founder and CEO Our founder, John Cefalu gave a TedX talk about our #FightAgainstGiving and our mission to create lasting solutions for disease prevention in developing communities around...
Featured on POPSUGAR: Gifts That Give Back

Featured on POPSUGAR: Gifts That Give Back

30 Thoughtful Gifts That Give Back FEATURED ON 1.) Soap Purchasing a bar of soap ($6) from Health 2 Humanity goes toward creating jobs, granting scholarships, and improving lives around the world. Your skin will feel extra soft with this bar made of essential oils....
NBC Feature: Cleansing Across Continents

NBC Feature: Cleansing Across Continents

“A 21-year-old college student is teaching villagers throughout Africa and Uganda how to make and sell soap. Vikki Vargas reports for the NBC4 News at 11 on Sunday, Sept. 5, 2016.” – NBC Los Angeles Click button below to see feature. Watch...
No More Dirty Hands Initiative

No More Dirty Hands Initiative

John Cefalu went to Kenya only to beef up his resume. He returned home two weeks later with perspective and a golden idea. A selfish teenager by his own account, Cefalu in 2012 volunteered at a Kenyan orphanage. He lived among some 250 children, many with skin...
Solution to Sanitation Crisis in Africa

Solution to Sanitation Crisis in Africa

Soaps made from shea butter and coconut oil may sound like luxurious products only Whole Foods shoppers can afford, but those hand-crafted bars of soap are helping transform entire communities in Kenya, Ghana and Uganda. Not only do they protect the locals from...

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