On March 16, 2021, representatives from the Make Sense Foundation (MSF) and SeneGence presented a $5,000 donation to the American Legion Post #365 / JROTC Building at Sapulpa High School. The check was presented by MSF Executive Director Kendra McColloch and Ted Fisher, SeneGence’s Chief Economic Development Officer to Major Jerry Swepston.
The building is a new drill facility for the Sapulpa High School Marine Corps JROTC Program Cadets. The $5,000 grant (combined from SeneGence and The Make Sense Foundation) will help support funding for the building construction. “It will ultimately provide a positive impact and support to our community and to youth services as they work to fulfill their duties as Program Cadets,” explains McColloch.
Joni Rogers-Kante is Founder & CEO of SeneGence and the non-profit organization, The Make Sense Foundation which is located at 320 South Main Street, Sapulpa, OK.
About The Make Sense Foundation – The Make Sense Foundation (MSF) was created by Joni Rogers-Kante as part of an overall plan to give back to the community and make a real impact on the lives of women and children in need. MSF has donated time, services, creativity, and funds to a multitude of organizations over the past two decades. MSF is proud to offer scholarship award opportunities for outstanding female youth who are college-bound. Supporting the educational goals of deserving young women allows us to continue to give back to our communities and support future success. To learn more, please visit www.makesensefoundation.org or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram.
About SeneGence – Founded in 1999 by Joni Rogers-Kante, SeneGence exploded into the marketplace with the launch of LipSense® color technology and quickly rose in popularity as the creator of The Original Long-Lasting Liquid Lip Color®. Along with its premier product, SeneGence enabled a way for women to be independent and successful in business, regardless of age, background, or education. More than 20 years later, SeneGence has expanded its line of products that really work to include anti-aging skincare, long-lasting cosmetics, new men’s line, and has thousands of Distributors in 17 countries across the globe. Even still, the commitment to empowering women has remained the same. SeneGence’s nonprofit organization, The Make Sense Foundation®, regularly raises and contributes funds for women and children in need as part of the overall plan to give back to the global community. To find a Distributor near you or to get more information about SeneGence products and business opportunities, please visit www.SeneGence.com.