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  Latin America, Programs, Recognition, Stories

National Philanthropy Day

Happy National Philanthropy Day, guys! We want to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU for all that you do to support the Foundation. This year alone, we have been able to do so much good for the world, and it’s all because of YOU! From relief efforts in Mexico during the earthquake, to Puerto Rico and Texas after the hurricanes, and not to mention the hundreds of thousands of meals provided for those in need worldwide- you have supported a tremendous amount of good. Stories like the one below warm our hearts every time we hear them, because they remind us of just how grateful we  ...

  Latin America, Recognition, Service Trips

Reflections from Carly, USANA Director and recent service trip attendee

Meet Carly Dow- USANA Director I grew up listening to music —mostly country classics and modern pop crossovers, but have recently broadened my horizons with various genres. Despite the type, I love the unique sound of each artist’s voice and the power, poise, presence, and unmistakable message that backs each song. Each song tells a story, reminding us of a profound moment or memory and I’d like to share one with you. Vicente Guerrero, Mexico November 27th, 2016 was the day I embarked on a journey that would completely alter my understanding of poverty. I had seen poverty, but never to  ...

  Asia, Recognition

Give until it hurts, Dr. Foo of Malaysia

I am sure we each have someone we look up to for one reason or the other in life. From career, to family life, to personality, among other things. That said, have you ever met someone who inspires you just by who they are and what they stand for? Like, before they even DO anything?! Well, Dr. Foo is one of those for me. My mind is literally blown EVERY.SINGLE.TIME I hear his name in conversation, because it is always followed with news of some out-of-this-world thing he is doing and inspiring others to do as well. Last weekend, Dr. Foo took a team down to a northern Malaysian village that  ...

  Africa, Fundraising, Recognition, Stories

Conquering Kilimanjaro for THF

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the world. By free-standing, I mean it is not part of a mountain range. The summit on Mount Kilimanjaro is called Uhuru Peak and stands at 5,895m or 19,341 feet. To put this in perspective, Mount Everest, stands at 8,848 meters (29,029 feet) – just over 2,950 meters higher. What could be a more perfect challenge for USANA Associate, Danny Fontaine, who was inspired to raise money for the Foundation by inviting his friends to join him on a life changing expedition? In Danny’s words “When my friend  ...

  Recognition

These are Champions for Change

Each year, the USANA True Health Foundation recognizes a special group of associates who are consistent examples of giving and serving.  We would like to sincerely thank each of our Champions for Change award winners for being true ambassadors for the foundation. Danny Fontaine  Over the years of 2015 and 2016, Danny worked tirelessly on a project for the benefit of the True Health Foundation on top of a full-time job, and his USANA business. His efforts have been beneficial, not only to the Foundation, but they have also inspired those around him. His commitment rallied others to the  ...