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  Asia, Programs, Uncategorized

Expanding Our Reach

Choosing new partners and expanding the reach of the True Health Foundation is one of our key priorities. Many times it’s a struggle to find the most effective and efficient partners that can help us make the greatest impact. The following is an email report we received from our staff in the Philippines. Gen Blasurca and Lizbeth Jose have been our champions for the Foundation for quite some time and have been instrumental in helping children get the food and nutrition they need through their feeding programs. It looks like Project Pearls may be our next great effort at reaching more  ...

  Fundraising, Uncategorized, United States

True Health Foundation Answers the Call – Hurricane Harvey

In an effort to aid those affected by the wide-spread devastation of Hurricane Harvey, the USANA True Health Foundation has donated $130,000. This amount will be used for food, nutrition and other aid through THF’s long-time partners, the Children’s Hunger Fund and International Relief Teams, as well as Houston-based officials who will assist in distribution.   “Through the generosity of our Associates and other donors, the True Health Foundation will be able to distribute 27 pallets of food equaling over 15,000 meals. While disasters of this magnitude are sobering, we are grateful  ...

  Fundraising, Taiwan, Uncategorized

Taiwan Gives Big

Dr. Wentz’ dream is to make the world free from pain and suffering. Liu Tang Jung and Pan Hsiu Jou joined USANA because of this dream. Their goal is to help as many people as possible achieve their healthiest life and be a member of the global USANA family.   They affect many lives, some of whom they aren’t even aware of. When they treat their team with respect and kindness, they are empowering their team members to do the same for others. As an example of this, 642 of them donated US $12,642 to the USANA True Health Foundation at International Convention this year. That will provide  ...

  Areas, Europe, Stories

A timely break

Nadia is a loving mother in Ukraine who has received help from the Food Pak ministry at a critical time.  Her husband is disabled and unable to work.  She has two boys, Vlad, who is eight, and Denis, who is three. As our local volunteers began to visit Nadia’s family, they learned about Denis’ physical condition and need.  The young boy has a condition called congenital Symphalangia in his hands and feet.  His individual fingers and toes need to be separated by surgery.  For the problem to be corrected, Denis will require ten surgeries, each costing $400 USD. The average salary for a  ...