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  Mexico, Service Trips

How Serving in Baja Mexico Reframed Our Life- By Danielle Mah & Stephen Chong

By: Danielle Mah Danielle and Stephen My husband Stephen and I grew up with not very much. We both remember digging through bags of second hand clothes as kids and our parents working long hours to provide. While our story sounds no different than a lot of our friends and peers, because a lot of their parents are also immigrants, we both believed that there was more to life than just going to school and making money. Over the years we’ve been involved in serving at church, giving to the homeless in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, helping out at UGM, soup kitchens, fundraising  ...

  Latin America, Mexico, Service Projects, Service Trips

Honoring grandpa through the True Health Foundation

Throughout the course of my Eagle Project, I have been greatly blessed by family, friends, and other contributors. My project consisted of gathering dental hygiene donations from various sources, packing them up in kits, and sending them to an orphanage in Mexico with the True Health Foundation. Why I chose this project The main reason I wanted to do this project was to honor my grandfather, who was a dentist in Logan, Utah. He loved to serve and help people through his skills in dentistry. My mom often recalls times when my grandpa would give free dental care to those who were in need of  ...

  Latin America, Service Projects, Service Trips

USANA True Health Foundation in Vicente Guerrero, Mexico

So… First things first- if you haven’t checked out the Foundation’s Facebook page in the last week, you NEED to either get right to it, or keep reading because you are about to be amazed! Our team of Foundation staff, CHF representatives and USANA associates got back from Vicente Guerrero in Baja, Mexico last week, and after all our hard work, we are now ready to share ALL about our trip! After meeting in San Diego (most of us for the first time), we were right on our way across the border and into Mexico. With so many different activities, there’s no better way to tell you about it all  ...