Modere’s Social Retail Conference wasn’t just about discussing new products and enjoying the presentations–it was also about giving back to the community. A few weeks before the conference, those who would be attending were asked to give back to the community by bringing items like blankets, coats, shoes, and various winter items. Bins were placed throughout the Salt Palace to collect any donations.
In addition to these donations, Modere Social Marketers were rounded up for a charity event where they packed kits of their very own everyday essentials and hygiene products for The Road Home, a homeless service in Utah.
“One of our core values is compassion. We are more than just a business and we want our Social Marketers to understand there’s so much to be grateful for,” Justin Serra said. “There are so many people who miss out on the basic amenities of life. Our product kits provided a few of those items. To many of us, these are everyday things. To others, they are luxuries.”
Both Social Marketers and Modere staff assembled and filled 300 bags. The bags included Modere products like shampoo, body wash, toothpaste, and mouthwash—just a few clean essentials every person deserves to have. Monetary donations were also made by several members of the event.
Modere offers a category-leading portfolio of “Live Clean” lifestyle essentials beauty and personal care, health and wellness, and household products that are equal parts safe, high-performing, and beautifully designed. At Modere, we create more than just products; we create meaningful experiences. We believe modern health involves “Live Clean”: pure nutrition, a clean environment, and safe ingredients across all products: consumable, topical and household.
Modere brings a holistic approach to well-being and its products reflect a commitment to excellence and innovation, with tested formulas proven around the globe for more than 25 years. Modere is headquartered in Springville, Utah and its Marketing Center of Excellence and Public Relations is located in Newport Beach, California.
About The Road Home
The Road Home is a private non-profit social services agency that assists individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake County and along the Wasatch Front. The Road Home provides emergency shelter and personalized case management to help people identify and overcome the obstacles that have led them to becoming homeless. In addition to operating the largest shelter in Utah, we also address a spectrum of needs that people experiencing homelessness encounter from supplying a bus token to providing comprehensive housing programs that help people move into permanent housing as quickly as possible.