The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation Supports Local Event to Bring Clean Water to Millions Worldwide

September 7, 2017
-Benefit Concert will Help Support Clean Water Opportunity Projects and Empower Millions in Need-
Lehi, Utah – September 7, 2017 The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation is proud to sponsor the WHOlives benefit concert, Clean Water for Life, on Saturday, October 28, at the Libby Gardner Concert Hall at the University of Utah. WHOlives is a nonprofit organization specializing in sustainable clean water projects. The Young Living Foundation is the philanthropic venture for Young Living Essential Oils, the world leader in essential oils.
“We are excited to sponsor this benefit concert for WHOlives,” said Gary Young, founder and chairman of the board of Young Living Essential Oils and chairman of the Young Living Foundation. “A clean water supply is critical to creating opportunity around the world.”
The Clean Water for Life benefit concert will bring together award-winning and internationally recognized performers, including Dallyn Vail Bayles, One Voice Children’s Choir, Stephen Beus, Natalie Jensen, Kelly DeHaan, and Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band,to help bring awareness around the lack of clean water in many parts of the world. Money raised will benefit clean water projects and local initiatives, including the funding of an educational scholarship gift for local refugees from WHOlives.
“Water poverty affects more than 1 billion people worldwide,” said Greg Larsen, Young Living Foundation executive director. “With the support from clean water projects and WHOlives, millions of lives will be improved with access to clean water, better health, and economic opportunity.”
In addition to the concert, comedic actress Lisa Valentine Clark will present information about WHOlives, its innovative business model that creates new opportunity rather than dependency, and how the organization’s work can help solve the world’s water crisis.
Event Details
WHAT: Clean Water for Life Benefit Concert
WHO: Sponsored by The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation, Young Living Essential Oils
WHEN: October 28, 2017, at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Libby Gardner Concert Hall, University of UtahHOW: To purchase tickets visit

About The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation

The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation is committed to empowering individuals to achieve their potential and defy limitations by providing wellness and education opportunities to underserved communities. The Foundation is the primary philanthropic avenue through which Young Living Essential Oils demonstrates its commitment to helping families and communities worldwide. For more information, visit

About Young Living Essential Oils

Young Living Essential Oils, LC, is the world leader in essential oils, with a strict Seed to Seal® process that produces pure essential oil products for every individual, family, and lifestyle. This process ensures that all products are genuine, free of synthetic chemicals, and pure. This commitment stems from the company’s more than 20 years of stewardship toward the earth and its people. For more information, visit

About WHOlives

WHOlives, experts in sustainable clean water projects, is a Utah-based, international, award-winning nonprofit, whose mission is to save and improve millions of lives by providing sustainable access to clean WATER, better HEALTH, and economic OPPORTUNITY through the use of the Village Drill. Over 1 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean water, which kills over 3.4 million people every year. In the past 3 years, WHOlives initiatives have installed over 1,200 water wells, bringing clean drinking water to over 1.2 million people in over 25 countries. Their sustainable delivery model and innovative Village Drill are solving problems that have gone unresolved for decades. WHOlives methods empower individuals to create opportunity, not dependency. The Village Drill is the leading piece of technology in the fight against poverty. Their founder, John Renouard, was presented the Red Cross International Hero Award for the life-saving work that WHOlives is doing. Learn more at:

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