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Gilbert-based Isagenix International awards $1.2M to nonprofits

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PHOENIX — A Gilbert-based nutrition company doled out more than a million dollars in its second round of grants this year.

Isagenix International awarded $1.2 million to 40 nonprofits through its fundraising arm, the ISA Foundation, the company announced Friday in a press release.

Phoenix-based Make-A-Wish was among the largest grant recipients, accepting a $100,000 grant.

Overall, six nonprofits received $100,000 grants and all recipients were awarded with at least $2,500.

“The nonprofit community is a powerful force for good, so it’s a privilege to partner with these amazing grant recipients,” Erik Coover, Isagenix’s senior vice president of international marketing and culture, said in the release.

Isagenix awarded $665,400 in grants to nonprofits in January, according to the release.

The next round of grant applications for U.S.-based nonprofits will open Sept. 15.

The company will announce the recipients at its New Year Kickoff Event in Phoenix next January.

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