Eminence Kids Foundation Partners with B.I.G Love Cancer Care

Boldijarre Koronczay, president of Éminence Organic Skin Care Eminence Organic Skin Care has expanded its nonprofit Eminence Kids Foundation to the U.S. The organization donates organic fruits, vegetables, and food to sick children around the world, and recently partnered with the nonprofit B.I.G Love Cancer Care, which  collects a wish list of items from pediatric cancer patients and their families at Dell Children’s Clinic in Austin. Through the new partnership, the Éminence Kids Foundation is able to provide organic foods and juices to pediatric cancer patients and their families in Austin. The Foundation made its first official delivery of 20 pounds of organic apples and blueberries on Sept. 6 to B.I.G Love Cancer Care. The Éminence Kids Foundation was launched in 2013 by Éminence Organic Skin Care president Boldijarre Koronczay, who is a survivor of a rare form of childhood Leukemia. He attributes his unlikely survival to the organic and biodynamic foods his mother and grandmother fed him while undergoing treatment. This holistic care left a lasting impression on Boldijarre who believes strongly in nourishing the body both inside and out to achieve total health and wellness. Since its launch in Hungary, the Foundation has expanded to three countries in Europe and North America, with a vision to bring Éminence Kids worldwide. To date, the Foundation has donated more than 4,500 liters of organic cold-pressed juice, 5,877 pounds of organic fruits, and 320 liters of organic nutritious handmade soup totaling more than 31,637 meals and counting. Also, a portion of the proceeds from every Éminence Organic Skin Care product goes toward the Éminence Kids Foundation. “When I was four years old in the hospital, I wished every day to get better so I could help other kids get better too,” says Koronczay. “Thanks to our partnership with B.I.G. Love Cancer Care, we’re doing just that. We’re one step closer to our goal of bringing the Éminence Kids Foundation everywhere.”