PM-International AG is one of Europe's largest direct selling companies in the areas of health, wellness, and beauty, based in Schengen, Luxembourg. It produces and markets high-quality, premium dietary supplements and cosmetics through its own brand FitLine®. The long-standing cooperation between PM-International and World Vision supports children, their families, and communities in more than 60 development projects in 27 countries all around the world, including Ghana, Cambodia, and India. During the past 15 years, the company has donated a total sum of nearly 3 million Euros. With more than 2,300 sponsored children, PM-International is currently the largest corporate sponsor of World Vision and it hopes to continue to expand the charity cooperation to sponsor at least 10,000 children one day. Because they are the ones, who shape the future.
You too can give a child in one of the world’s poorest countries a better future!
„Having World Vision at our side as a charity partner is a major part of our social commitment. We have calculated a fixed amount of each sold PM product which we donate directly to the sponsorships. It is very gratifying to see how much good this has already achieved! You too can give a child in one of the world’s poorest countries a better future!“ (Rolf Sorg, Founder and CEO of PM-International)
PM-International Supports Children in Need
Vicki Sorg (Charity Officer at PM-International) frequently does sponsor visits on which she gets first-hand insight into all the work World Vision does:
„I am impressed to see how World Vision has already been able to improve the living conditions – not only of our sponsored children, but for the regions as a whole. My sponsor visits to our project areas with World Vision open my eyes again and again, showing me how important our social commitment is. With our support, they are able to build schools, lay power lines, and improve sanitary conditions. This makes every hour of these children’s lives more worthwhile.“
Children formerly sponsored by PM-International
Wini from Indonesia has successfully started an apprenticeship; Madilyn from the Philippines is studying tourism management. And Rakib from Bangladesh is delighted to have a good job. They are examples of the innumerable children who can now look to the future with hope thanks to their sponsors.