Nourish the Children - Year in Review
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Nu Skin is a for-profit distributor of nutritional and skin care products and is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NUS). Nourish the Children is an initiative of Nu Skin and is registered in some states as a commercial co-venture. The initiative enables Nu Skin’s brand affiliates and customers to purchase VitaMeal from Nu Skin and donate it to charitable organizations to help solve the complex world problem of feeding malnourished children. The price of VitaMeal includes the cost of manufacturing, general overhead, distribution and sales. As is the case with other Nu Skin products, brand affiliates are paid commissions and Nu Skin earns a profit margin from each sale of VitaMeal.

Nourishing Future Generations

650+ Million Meals Since 2002

2019 At-A-Glance

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35,460,000 meals
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Greater China
5,373,450 meals
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300,000 meals
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632,190 meals
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360,000 meals
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630,000 meals
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360,000 meals
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El Salvador
270,000 meals
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180,000 meals
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1,260,000 meals
Total Meals Donated

Meet Andiseni “Anderson” Sikedi

At a very young age, Andiseni “Anderson” Sikedi’s mother died, and his father was unable to care for him. Anderson’s 12-year old sister dropped out of school to take on the responsibility of caring for him. She did her best, but there was never enough food, which left Anderson critically malnourished. When staff from the Mtendere Orphanage discovered him on a roadside, he was already nearing the point of death.

During his first few days in their care, the village chief told the orphanage staff they were wasting their time because Anderson wouldn’t make it through the week. However, Anderson fought forward, and because of the VitaMeal provided at Mtendere, he has been able to eat every day and grow healthier. Now a thriving 13-year old, Anderson said, “I am looking healthy and strong. Thanks [for] Nu Skin for the VitaMeal.”

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Donor List 

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