One way we've chosen to do this is through our PMD Gives Back initiative. This initiative enables us to make a difference with families across the world. We are committed to building confidence in your skin, your inner self, and your families.
How it Works
A portion of every sale goes to support charities that align with our mission of building Brilliant Confidence
Meet Our Non-Profit Partners!
Healing Waters International
If one is lucky enough to be born in a place where clean water is easily accessible, then there is a leg up. This infrastructure was made possible by the hard work of those who came before. And that’s what we’re doing. Giving these amazing people, young and old, the jumpstart that they need so that this generation and many to come, can enjoy the same rights and privileges we have now.
Since 2015 more than one million refugees, fleeing war, persecution, natural disasters, and poverty, have traveled to Greece in search of safety and a dignified life in Europe. Substandard living conditions and lack of adequate food, medical care, and information have heightened anxiety, depression, and uncertainty. With additional help, we aim to bring a sense of normalcy and human dignity back to their everyday lives.
Days for Girls increases access to menstrual care and education by developing global partnerships, cultivating social enterprises, mobilizing volunteers, and innovating sustainable solutions that shatter stigmas and limitations for women and girls. Together, we’re creating a world with dignity, health, and opportunity for all.
Smarter Parenting is a team of professionals and parents with a passion for helping families. They exist to heal and elevate lives using the proven methods of the Teaching-Family Model. We partner with Smarter Parenting to make a difference in the lives of children and families.
Utah Youth Village is a fully accredited Teaching-Family Model agency. The Teaching-Family Model is an evidence-based treatment system that reliably and predictably helps adults to help children and youth. The adults can be the child’s parents, mentor, house parents or foster parents. In each of these settings the Teaching-Family Model guides to heal and elevate lives – the lives of children and their parents or care-givers.