Bella Vintaj - Find Piece
The Bella Vintaj jewelry line was launched in 2013, built and designed by sisters, Jeanne Holland and Wendy Mullane. They are a jewelry business built by women who share a passion for meaningful jewelry design and inspiring personal growth and prosperity.
Wendy shares in Elevatus' passion for preventing child sex trafficking. To make a difference she had a beautiful custom piece of jewelry deigned just for Elevatus called "This One". With your purchase of a necklace or bracelet you are helping us make a difference on a larger scale. When you put on your piece, you are mindful of the cause you are championing and wear an actual piece that helps people find peace.
doTERRA Healing Hands
doTERRA Wellness Advocate Julie Haslem conducted a matching campaign for the Elevatus Foundation to combat sex trafficking of children in Madagascar. The grant received from the Healing Hands Foundation went to building a school that acts as a safe haven for children most at risk of being trafficked for sexual tourism.
Maisy's Market sells made-to-order farmhouse furniture. You can purchase custom tables, benches, coffee tables, consoles, and handmade items to match any decor. Elevatus partnered with Maisy's Market in early 2017. Each purchase from Maisy's provides an individual or family with one of the following:
-Seeds for a family of 6 to grow a year supply of vegetables
-A 12-week course in nutrition, gardening, or business management
-A life changing loan to start a business
-A 12-week course in business management and a business loan
Caring Response Madagascar Foundation (CRMF)
We partnered with CRMF in the summer of 2011. They wanted to improve their micro-finance program and asked us to evaluate their existing program. After our review, we helped them implement the Grameen model of micro-finance, a model that creates lending groups who evaluate and approve loans amongst themselves. More than 80 women received loans from CRMF's program and repayment levels are 100 percent.
Elevatus partnered with Youthlinc in the summer of 2016. Youthlinc sent 2 volunteer groups of high school students from Utah to do humanitarian work with Elevatus in Madagascar. In 2016, they helped build two schools in Ambohibato and Ambohidranomanga. In addition, they helped build 23 square-foot gardens and gave out $4,000 in micro-finance loans.