Message from the President
Helping Humanity, Improving Health
I am thrilled to work with a company dedicated to helping humanity through true health. Together, we have tremendous potential to do good. Just imagine if every USANA associate and staff member around the world gave just $10 a month. How much could we raise annually? More than $24 million. Now, imagine the good we would be able to do with those dollars.
|“The primary motivation for the creation of this foundation is the never-ending quest of Dr. Wentz, Dave Wentz, and the USANA family for more efficient, economic, effective ways to improve the health and living conditions of people around the world.” —Elaine M. Pace, President|
The USANA True Health Foundation defines basic human needs as food, clothing, shelter, medical assistance, and health education, and 100 percent of every dollar will be committed to helping others by providing those needs. Not a penny of donated funds will be used for administrative costs.
I fully appreciate how critical trust is for any charitable foundation. Complete transparency will always be a top priority for me and for the Board of Trustees. I promise you will know exactly how your contributions are being used.
It is great to know we are building on a well-established legacy of humanitarian endeavors. For those familiar with the remarkable life of Dr. Myron Wentz, I don’t need to say much more than this: my personal vision of improving the quality of life for people and communities throughout the world is closely aligned with Dr. Wentz’ vision. The primary motivation for the creation of this foundation is the never-ending quest of Dr. Wentz, Dave Wentz, and the USANA family for more efficient, economic, effective ways to improve the health and living conditions of people around the world.
The USANA True Health Foundation’s vision and our actions in the coming years will be spearheaded by Dave Wentz himself. With this level of commitment, we are guaranteed to achieve our goals. Together, we are making this world a better place.
Elaine M. Pace, President, USANA True Health Foundation