The Norwex Foundation for a Brighter Future, in collaboration with Norwex, will donate more than $10,000 to Cancer Hope Network. The money was raised as part of Norwex’s Cleaning for a Cause fundraiser held in October. Cleaning for a Cause raised awareness match me cubeand funds for charities fighting breast cancer across North America. The donation was made on behalf of the Norwex Consultants and Hosts who held Cleaning for a Cause Parties during the month of October.

Founded in 1994, Norwex is committed to “Improving the quality of life by radically reducing chemicals in our homes.”

“We’re grateful to the consultants of the Norwex team who came together in support of people facing cancer,” said Wanda Diak, CHN Executive Director. “Thanks to their generosity and their support of Cancer Hope Network, we will create hope for patients and caregivers fighting cancer in the US and Canada.”


About the Norwex Foundation for a Brighter Future
Established in 2017, the Norwex Foundation for a Brighter Future is the charitable arm of Norwex. With a mission of creating brighter futures for our communities, our environment and future generations, we are committed to spreading good through the people and organizations we support. The Norwex Foundation for a Brighter Future is carrying out that commitment through programs such as grassroots charitable grants to local organizations nominated by Norwex Consultants, charitable partnerships with organizations making a global impact in environmental change and Norwex Cares Disaster Kits, containing Norwex cleaning products, that are donated to families and organizations impacted by natural disasters. To learn more about our mission and programs and how you can help us create brighter futures, visit


About Cancer Hope Network
donate cubeCancer Hope Network provides free one-on-one emotional support to adult cancer patients and their loved ones. Each of CHN’s 400+ volunteers is at least one year post-treatment or successfully undergoing maintenance therapies. They have faced more than 80 cancer types and speak 15 languages. Our volunteers offer support from diagnosis, through treatment and into recovery. Cancer Hope Network serves cancer patients in the United States and Canada.