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Health-in-a-Box supports the WEconomy

What is WEconomy?

A movement which challenges us to Find Meaning, Make A Living, and Change the World. From authors – Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger – founders of the WE Movement together with Dr. Holly Branson, daughter of global philanthropist Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Group.

Health-in-a-Box is a proactive approach to disease prevention that gives people the tools to make healthy lifestyle changes. We deliver a virtual health offering used by health consumers and professionals alike to take advantage of point of care diagnostics that are proactive and actionable. Together, WE and Health-in-a-Box can create positive change in the well-being of people in North America and around the world.

“As a medical advisor for WE, I believe each of us has a moral duty to share our knowledge and promote healthy lifestyles for youth in North America and worldwide. My discussion with Craig about how our team is supporting the WEconomy movement” Dr. Elaine Chin, Founder, Executive Health Centre, Innovation Health and Health-in-a-Box.

Dr. Chin has pledged to do more, and Health-in-a-Box is how she and her company will play an active part in the WEconomy, which promises that you can unite purpose and profit to help individuals and communities thrive. You, too, can be part of the WEconomy.

Join us in making positive change. Invest in yourself: invest in WE.

Each time you buy a Health-in-a-Box program, five percent of our profits will go toward WE Communities in support of their Health pillar.

By getting healthy you are giving health when you participate in a Health-in-a-Box program.

On WE Day and every day, we stand alongside social change-makers like WE founders Craig and Marc Kielburger. We are proud to join global WEconomy leaders Richard Branson, Sheryl Sandberg, Oprah Winfrey and Jeff Stroll.

 

About:

What drives Dr. Elaine Chin, a seasoned medical doctor, health coach, and bestselling author, is her passion for helping people live longer, more rewarding, and disease-free lives. On returning from WE trips to Ecuador and Kenya, she realized a horrifying fact: the first world influence of processed food and bad lifestyle choices is on the rise, bringing with it the spectres of chronic conditions. Immediate action is needed to stem diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and cancer everywhere, just as Dr. Chin and her team are working to achieve in North America.

Read more about Dr. Chin.

Brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger are social entrepreneurs and co-founders of a family of organizations dedicated to the power of WE, a movement of people coming together to change the world. Together, they co-founded WE Charity, which provides a holistic development model called Free The Children’s WE Villages, helping to lift more than one million people out of poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Back at home in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, WE Schools and WE Day provide comprehensive service learning programs to 10,000 schools, engaging 2.4 million young change-makers. Lastly, they co-founded ME to WE, a pioneering social enterprise, the profits from which help sustain the work of their charitable organization. Read more about Craig and Marc.

Read more about Craig and Marc.

Craig is the youngest ever graduate from the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program. He has also received 15 honorary doctorates and degrees for his work in the fields of education and human rights. Craig is a New York Times bestselling author, who has published 12 books, as well as a nationally syndicated columnist. Craig has received The Order of Canada, the Nelson Mandela Freedom Medal and the World Children’s Prize. He was recently voted by Canadians as one of Canada’s top most trusted influencers in a Readers Digest poll, and along with his brother Marc, he was named Canada’s Most Admired CEO in the public sector in 2015.

Marc graduated from Harvard University with a degree in International Relations. He won a Rhodes Scholarship and completed a law degree from Oxford University. He has also received 10 honorary doctorates and degrees for his work in the fields of education and human rights. Marc is a New York Times bestselling author, who has published 8 books, as well as a nationally syndicated columnist. He is the recipient of many honors, including the Order of Canada, and was selected by the World Economic Forum as one of the world’s Young Global Leaders. Marc was also recently inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame for his humanitarian efforts and his work to empower youth to change the world. In 2015, along with his brother Craig, he was named Canada’s Most Admired CEO in the public sector.