SeroVital was founded on science and research, but striving to be socially conscious is just as important to our team. We feel incredibly lucky to have people who support our business and allow us to not only do work we love, but to give back. Thank you for helping us support these causes.
SeroVital was one of the event sponsors for the Women of the World Fashion Show & Cultural Gala. This event raises money to help forcibly displaced women achieve self-reliance, economic success, and a voice in the community.
This is a non-profit organization that provides shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as education, awareness, and resources to our community. Our team was a sponsor for Safe Harbor’s Evergreens Benefit, which helps raise critical funds needed to support the life-changing programs Safe Harbor provides for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
This nonprofit organization is committed to achieving a cure for breast cancer. They provide critical funding for cancer research worldwide. Breast cancer has impacted the lives of so many women and their loved ones. Our team honored their fight by donating to this foundation.
Our amazing team members came together to participate in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k in Salt Lake City, Utah, where our company is headquartered. These non-competitive walks provide a supportive community for courageous breast cancer survivors, metastatic breast cancer thrivers, and their families.
We donated to Tree Utah and members of our team planted trees for National Clean Air Month. Tree Utah works to plant trees in public spaces throughout the state to help make the world a cleaner and greener place to live, work, and play.
We held a companywide clothing drive for The Odyssey House of Utah, the largest and most comprehensive addiction program in the state. Their mission is empowering people to heal and build better lives using evidence-based models to help them successfully overcome barriers.
We worked through the Volunteers of America to prep and serve food to women experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake City. This not only helps fulfill a physical need for these women, but also lets them know people care about them.