In 2016 we celebrate the 20-year anniversary of Nu Skin’s force for good efforts to improve the lives of children by offering hope for a life free from disease, illiteracy and poverty.
Today, Seacology has completed more than 250 projects in 55 countries and has helped to protect more than a million acres of some of the world’s most vulnerable ecosystems. The partnership recently culminated in Seacology’s largest project yet – the Sri Lanka Mangrove Conservation Project.
Mercy faced many challenges to gain an education. Thanks to generous donations to Educate the Childern, she recieved a scholarship and is the first in her family to graduate from secondary school and college.
Nu Skin Korea Force for Good has been supporting World Vision Korea’s Meal Box Sharing Project since 2006. Every month, Nu Skin Korea Force for Good donates 6,000,000 KRW (US$5,105.00) that funds 2,000 meal boxes. More than 345,000 meal boxes have been donated in total from Nu Skin Korea Force for Good, which also allows employees to volunteer and pack the meal boxes that are delivered to the area’s most needy – young and old.
Nu Skin Greater China recently sponsored the 2016 Youth & Children Illustrated Storybook Competition 2016, co-organized by Dialogue Experience and Ohmykids. The theme of the competition was “Super Heroes.” The theme was chosen to inspire the contestants through a series of experiential activities to instill the belief that anyone is capable of being a super hero.
Learning modern farming techniques from the School of Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI) has given Sandifolo, 33, and his wife, Tereza, 28, a renewed sense of independence and confidence in their abilities to provide for their 5-year-old son, Yohane. The couple hails from the Dowa District of Malawi and believes they will be able to provide enough funding to send their son to college some day from implementing year-round, sustainable farming.
Mohamad Syariman Bin Hassan comes from a large family with seven siblings. He and his brothers and sisters stay in a wooden house with their parents in Malaysia. His father is the sole income provider for the family of nine so they live on a tight budget. The family doesn’t even have enough money to buy a vehicle to transport all of the children to school.