Nu Skin Pacific | Force for Good 2019
Every contribution counts, make a difference today!
Since 1984 Nu Skin has been working hard to help children around the world and improve generations to come. At Nu Skin our mission always underpins everything we do. It states:
"Our mission is to be a force for good throughout the world by empowering people to improve lives with rewarding business opportunities, innovative products, and an enriching, uplifting culture."
This mission and our family spirit led to the creation of the Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation, a non-profit organisation that aims to improve the lives of children by offering hope for a life free from disease, illiteracy and poverty. Since its inception this Foundation has supported hundreds of worthwhile projects in more than 50 countries throughout the world. This wouldn’t have been possible without the continued support of our distributors and representatives.
Here in the Pacific we continuously strive to make a difference by supporting our local communities. In the past we have volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House as well as tested our face painting skills for Variety Children’s Charity. Being a Force for Good is a core value for everyone here at Nu Skin Pacific and one that translates throughout our culture.
This year sales leaders from around the world spent a week in Malawi. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that allows sales leaders to see first-hand where their money is going and how it has helped families become self-reliant, secondary students receive an education, children be fed nutritious meals and communities gain access to clean water. The villages of Malawi are still in desperate need of clean water and we want to help make a difference. Through Force for Good donations we aim to raise $7,000 here in the Pacific to help the Malawi Community build a Bore Hole as a source of safe drinking water.
Now is your opportunity to stop and make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. Be a force for good today and help the community of Malawi have a brighter more hopeful future.