ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwire - September 12, 2008) - LifeMax, an Orlando-based direct sales network marketing company, has been named the title sponsor for the Bridges of Light Foundation's fifth annual Player's Ball gala in Orlando on September 13.

The fundraiser, being held at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, will raise money specifically for Central Florida children between the ages of 6 and 18 confined to foster care facilities who have been abandoned, abused or neglected. The money raised is used to build campuses, recreational areas, educational programs and to support these children during special occasions such as prom, homecoming and the holidays.

Founders of LifeMax, Jim and Sherri Wear, believe that giving back to communities is part of their company's core values.

"We have a world vision for LifeMax that extends beyond selling products," says Sherri Wear. "We believe in planting seeds that will last a lifetime and the work Bridges of Light Foundation is doing in our community reflects that passion."

A very small percentage of children are adopted once they move into their teen years. The Bridges of Light Foundation is a nonprofit organization that strives to encourage these children to stay in school, get a degree and become productive in their community, through mentoring and educational programs.

LifeMax is a direct sales network marketing company known for its flagship product, The Signature Grain, a proprietary selection of Salvia hispanica L. The company focuses on servant leadership and developing products that will change the health and wealth of the world.

To learn more about LifeMax visit http://www.lifemax.net.

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