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Goli® for Good is an initiative committed to playing a profound role in supporting the health of our planet as well as in local communities across the globe!

For every order placed at goli.com:

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We will donate a 6-month supply of essential vitamins to a child in need, through our partner Vitamin Angels.

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We will plant a tree, through our partner Eden Reforestation Projects.

Vitamin Angels

We are proud to partner with Vitamin Angels, a leading public health nutrition organization, to reach pregnant women and children with essential vitamins and minerals that support good health and a bright future.

  • 70 million women and children reached annually

  • 65 countries, including the US and Canada

  • 50 US States

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Eden Reforestation Projects

Eden Reforestation Projects is a 501c3 non-profit whose mission is to provide fair wage employment to impoverished communities as agents of global restoration. They work with local communities to restore forests on a massive scale, thereby creating jobs, protecting ecosystems and helping mitigate climate change.

  • 700+ million trees produced, planted and protected

  • 229 project sites in 9 countries

  • 10,000+ employees empowered with fair wages

  • Goli®’s Goal for 2022 is to plant 3 million trees


  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Indonesia
  • Kenya
  • Madagascar
  • Mozambique
  • Nepal
  • Nicaragua
  • Brazil

With Future planting sites in:

  • Ethiopia
  • Philippines
To make a supplementary donation to the Eden Reforestation Project, you can do so on their website, or click HERE to go directly to their donation page.
The Eden Reforestation Project plants native tree species; these vary from nation to nation. They do not plant or introduce any invasive species at any of our project sites. They also plant a percentage of agroforestry species for sustainable community use. To learn More about the species of trees being planted, click HERE!
The vast majority of the trees at the Eden Reforestation Project sites are owned by the local communities who actively participated in restoring their regional forest during their employment period with them. The common but much smaller exception is when agroforestry trees are planted at small plot farmer sites where the land is owned by the local farmer. In such cases, the small plot farmer owns the trees along with the proceeds from the trees.