MONAT Gratitude, Inc., the philanthropic movement behind MONAT Global Corp (MONAT), raised more than $750,000 through sales of its limited-edition MONAT Gratitude Treat for Your Feet Duo. 100% of every sale from the limited-edition product duo was donated to non-profit organizations supporting veterans and first responders in the United States, Canada, UK, Ireland, and Poland.
“The MONAT Gratitude Treat for Your Feet Duo was launched as a means to raise awareness and funds for veterans and first responders, and we are so proud of the partnerships we have developed with each of the organizations,” said Lu Urdaneta, MONAT Global Chief Culture Officer, and MONAT Gratitude CEO. “I’m continuously amazed by the dedication of our Market Partners across the world to give back and positively impact the community.”
The Treat for Your Feet limited-edition product duo launched in May 2021 and retailed for $24 each. MONAT Treat for Your Feet Duo will benefit the following organisations:
- The 22 Project (USA)
- Operation Gratitude (USA)
- Wounded Warriors (Canada)
- Frontline Fund (Canada)
- Veterans Foundation (UK)
- Irish Veterans (Ireland)
- Association of the Injured and Wounded in Missions Abroad (Poland)
“The Veterans’ Foundation is immensely grateful to MONAT-Gratitude for the considerable donation to assist us with our work to help members of the armed forces who are in need. It will be used for two purposes, to establish a Memorial Wall that will help the public remember their veteran loved ones online, as well as raising money, and to help veterans to manage and overcome PTSD, usually caused, or worsened through operational experiences. The Veterans’ Foundation is delighted to be partnering MONAT-Gratitude.” David Shaw CBE MDA, Founder and CEO The Veterans’ Foundation.
MONAT Gratitude has been an integral part of the MONAT Global company culture since its inception in 2014. The values of gratitude and giving back have always been a high priority for the MONAT team. Today, the organisation focuses its giving efforts in three impact areas: families, children, and education.