4Life Australia and New Zealand began a partnership with Hands Across the Water, an organization that helps support children orphaned by the December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Hands Across The Water helped provide a real home for these kids at the Bann Tharn Namchai orphanage in Khao Lak, Thailand. In December 2010, 4Life made a $4,500 AUD donation to the organization. The following May, 4Life Australia and New Zealand General Manager Evelyn Thom and 4Life Thailand Sales Manager T. Kitpubate visited the orphanage to deliver enummi® Toothpaste, shampoo, toothbrushes, soap, diapers, and many more personal hygiene items to nearly 70 children. The gifts were a huge hit!

The highlight of the visit was serving lunch to the kids and being entertained by their wonderful singing and dancing performance. All of the kids participated, from toddlers to teenagers. The 4Life guests were also given a guided tour of the orphanage and they marveled at the fresh produce grown there to sell at the...

December 2010 — After the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004, Australian police inspector Peter Baines founded Hands Across the Water to help the thousands of children left homeless by the disaster. In December 2010, 4Life Australia and New Zealand contributed to the well-being of these children by presenting a check for $4,500 AUD to Baines. Distributors from both countries contributed money throughout 2010. 4Life Australia and New Zealand Managing Director Evelyn Thom said, “Hands Across the Water does amazing work. They continue to care for children whose lives were shattered by the tsunami. 4Life is proud to be able to help in some small way.” http://handsacrossthewater.com.au

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