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Children’s Hunger Fund

  Asia, Programs, Stories

Meet the Navaja family from the Philippines

For the past three months, our volunteers in Cebu City in the Philippines have been serving a 15-year-old boy, named Harvey Navaja, and his family. Harvey has four siblings: Harold who is 17 years old, Hanes who is 12 years old, Henry who is 6, and Harley who is just 4 years old. Their parents, Edgar and Christina, are expecting their sixth child. Our volunteers first met Harvey when a team was teaching in the public school he attended. Although he is very shy and quiet, Harvey is a good student; he listens closely to the teacher and participates in class. His father, Edgar, is a house  ...

  Campaigns

MAKE A MAGNIFICENT IMPACT IN 2017

By Brian Paul Each year I like to take time to reflect on the previous year – the ups and downs, what brought me happiness and what I could work on next year to become the best possible person I can be. Is it me or do we sometimes feel like the year has beat us up a bit? Maybe a lot. I, myself, have had a year filled with illness, injury and too many personal goals pushed aside. When it comes to charitable giving I usually tend to fall short there as well. I usually regret not giving more and not serving more. Time is a precious commodity and outside of work and family duties it’s  ...

  Europe, Programs, Stories

The Hoshim family in Tajikistan has been experiencing great hardship for some time now. Their father moved to Russia to look for work but unfortunately, he rarely sends money back, leaving the family to provide for themselves. With five young children, the mother, Svetlana, is busy just trying to take care of her little ones. The oldest boy, Ikrom, who is not even ten years old, now feels the heavy burden of providing for his family. Through our capable partners, one of our local volunteers has been able to start visiting them to provide help. He has built a relationship with the members  ...

  Europe, Programs, Stories

Svetlana from Ukraine

Svetlana lives in a small town right outside the conflict zone in Ukraine. Her hometown is riddled with violence due to the fighting between the Ukrainian Army and the Pro-Russian Rebels. Even after fleeing her home, she could not escape the dreadful effects of war. Artemovsk, the town she where she currently resides, has seen two battles within the village. The home of Svetlana and her family is surrounded by buildings that have been burned or destroyed. Thankfully, Svetlana lives in her new “home” with her two young children and husband. They are working together and doing their best to  ...

  Service Projects

Love life and GIVE it with the USANA True Health Foundation

So, if you’ve been keeping up with your social media, then you’re definitely up-to-date on the latest happening at USANA- the Love Life & Live It tour! The USANA Field Development team has been hard at work supporting our associates out in the field and equipping them with the tools they need to grow their businesses over the next year. Now, if you’ve been keeping up with USANA, then you know that giving back is a huge part of who we are. The USANA family gives back through the USANA True Health Foundation. Through various strategic partnerships, the Foundation provides opportunities  ...