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  Areas, Latin America, Mexico, Recognition, Service Projects

Ambassador spotlight- Daniela Munoz

Meet Daniela Munoz, a rising leader in USANA’s Mexico market, and an ardent THF supporter who has not only attended our annual MX service trip to Vicente Guerrero, but has also continued to consistently find ways to serve in her immediate community. In Daniela’s words last Saturday we went to the supermarket to buy everything we needed to make 20 sandwiches. The total cost was $10. JUST 10 DOLLARS! I was amazed at how much we were able to do with so little- we fed 20 people with 10 dollars. We made the sandwiches from scratch, and then we went to a traffic light and gave a  ...

  Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Mexico, Programs, Recognition, Service Projects, Service Trips, Stories, United States, Worldwide

A Year Of Changing Lives

2017 was a busy, busy year at the Foundation. Click here- 2017 THF Annual Report -to read about all the awesome ways through which we were able to change lives across the world. In addition to this, our China associates have continued to serve and make a difference within their different communities. See below for all the amazing service they have spearheaded recently:   Branch Year Description 宁夏   NINGXIA 2018  ...

  Donations

Usanimals Program FAQ

When does this new program take effect? The new program starts on August 10, 2018 and it will be shared at the 2018 International Convention.  What are the significant changes to the program? For every bottle of Usanimals™ purchased for donation, USANA will donate two more. That’s three bottles donated for the price of one. Volume points for Usanimals donations will be eliminated. Why will the new program not include volume points? Adopting best practices for charitable donations of goods will allow us to increase our impact and ensure the sustainability of the program. It also  ...

  Africa, Stories

A gleam of hope as aid gets to Kasai, DRC Congo

People of Kasai, Democratic Republic of Congo can breathe a sigh of relief, thanks to our partnership with World Vision and the World Food Programme (WFP). Through this partnership, we are providing food to ease their hunger problems triggered by violent conflicts. When the war broke out in August 2016, the inhabitants of Kasai, who are predominantly farmers, fled their homes and abandoned their farm lands. Nearly 1.6 million people were displaced and about 3.2 million became food insecure. Mphutu Makebu, a mother of three children, waited anxiously for her turn to receive food. Before  ...