doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation Provides PPE Support Kits for Intermountain Healthcare Workers in Utah County
PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH—JUNE 25, 2020—The doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation (dHHF) announced a donation to Intermountain Healthcare in Utah to help with the purchase of critical personal protective equipment for local first responders and medical providers. As part of the donation, dHHF employees, doTERRA Wellness Advocates, and other volunteers assembled 5,000 support kits—ensuring that Intermountain Healthcare workers in Utah County received a PPE kit at a critical time. These kits included surgical masks, gloves, sanitizer, and other support items.
“As an infectious diseases physician and a member of the medical field for over two decades, I recognize the critical role of PPE in the physical safety and wellbeing of healthcare workers,” said Dr. Russell Osguthorpe, doTERRA chief medical officer. “These past few months have been unprecedented for healthcare workers who have worked tirelessly to keep us and our loved ones safe. We appreciate their selfless service to our communities.”
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doTERRA is an integrative health and wellness company and the world leader in the Global Aromatherapy and Essential Oils market. doTERRA sources, tests, manufactures and distributes CPTG essential oils and essential oil products to over eight million doTERRA Wellness Advocates and customers. Through industry leading responsible sourcing practices, doTERRA maintains the highest levels of quality, purity and sustainability in partnership with local growers around the world through Co-Impact Sourcing. doTERRA Healing Hands, a United States Foundation, offers resources and tools to global sourcing communities and charitable organizations for self-reliance, healthcare, education, sanitation, and the fight against human trafficking. Through the life-enhancing benefits of essential oils, dōTERRA is changing the world one drop, one person, one community at a time. To learn more, visit www.doterra.com.