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June 4th, 2020

Get To Know The Black Women’s Health Initiative

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F-Factor stands in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism and the historic oppression of the black community. In response to the Black Lives Matter movement, we are putting action behind our words.

As a female-founded health and wellness company, we dedicate ourselves to promoting women’s health initiatives. In support of the BLM movement, we are donating 10% of our e-commerce sales* to The Black Women’s Health Imperative, an organization that works daily for health equity for black women and girls. In an effort to spread awareness about this cause, we have highlighted a bit about who they are and the impact they are making for you here; get to know BWHI…

WHO THEY ARE: An organization that stands for health equality for all black women and girls.

THEIR MISSION: To target the most pressing health issues that affect black women and girls in the US through investments in evidence-based strategies, bold programs, and advocacy outreach on health policies.

ACTION: Through their signature programs, BWHI is leading the effort to make optimal health and well-being a reality for all black women and girls.

BWHI SIGNATURE PROGRAMS

BWHI & F-FACTOR 

As a company that helps others manage their weight, healthy blood sugar levels, and other chronic conditions, we feel so aligned with the BWHI CYL2 Program’s mission to help black women and girls take control of their health.

As a female-founded company with predominantly women employees, we feel aligned with the BWHI MSK Program to empower black women and girls to become leaders and advocates.

As a female-founded health and wellness company, we admire and support the BWHI OOOT initiative to develop and implement strategies, impact dialogue, programming, and policy that affect black women and their HIV vulnerability.

HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

To learn even more about The Black Women’s Health Imperative and to donate, please visit their site.


*The #FFACTORGIVES BLM initiative runs from 6/4/20 to 6/10/20.