Nutrilite Little Bits awarded in Mexico

Oct 03, 2011

Last week, Amway was recognized in Mexico for our work on the Nutrilite Little Bits program.

The Mexican Center for Philanthropy (CEMEFI, Centro Mexicano para la Filantropía) awarded Amway Mexico the 2011 Corporate Citizenship Best Practices RSE Award (RSE, Responsabilidad Social Empresarial) at the RSE International Best Practice Seminar in Guadalajara.

According to Florentino Gutiérrez, Marketing Manager of Amway Mexico, “Receiving this important award allows us to reinforce our commitment as a socially responsible company and encourages us to continue with this project and take it to other places to contribute to a healthy development of children in Mexico and around the world.”

Amway Mexico was recognized in the Community Involvement category for the Nutrilite Little Bits program, also called “Little Bites, Great Hopes.” (Pequeños bocados, grandes esperanzas).

Bit by bit, bite by bite, more children are receiving necessary micronutrients – which gives us all hope for the future.

Congratulations to our colleagues in Mexico and thanks to CEMFI for this honor!

Photo of Florentino Gutierrez, Marketing Manager, Amway de México, and Felipe Cajiga, Corporate Citizenship Director-CEMEFI. Thanks to Nancy Cortez for sharing this exciting news.


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