As schools welcome back their students, we are excited to continue our partnership with ESTHER in Orlando, Florida to help meet the needs of as many students as we can. 1,700 students in and around the Orlando area will receive backpacks filled with supplies, new clothing and shoes, and other basic needs, such as food. Every child deserves to start the school year off the right way!

Foundation 4Life donated $10,000 to help assist with a few new programs this year. One school that we have adopted is Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School in Apopka Florida. Many families in this school are single moms and almost 100 percent of the children/families live below the line of poverty. The average number of students is 450-460.  Every student will receive a backpack filled with school supplies. 

There will also be an in house program for mothers to be able come to receive their children's school supplies, along with clothes, food, and new shoes for their children. We expect about 500...

Salt Lake City, Utah (July 15, 2020) 4Life corporate, along with its distributors and employees, came together to donate over 3 million meals to those in need. Employees and distributors donated money to Feeding America’s Pandemic Response Fund. Feeding America is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization.

All employee donations were matched by 4Life. A secondary donor then matched that amount, which resulted in a donation of more than 3 million meals.

Vice President of Service Catherine Larsen: “Thanks to the combined efforts of 4Life employees and distributors, we can continue to further our efforts to Break the Cycle of Poverty and serve those in need during times of crisis. It is through our combined and consistent donations that positive change occurs in the world.”

Feeding America operates through individual, corporate, and government relationships. Prior to the pandemic, an estimated 40 million Americans turned to the Feeding America network for support. There have b...

Ten students at Granite Connection High School in Salt Lake City, Utah have been anxiously awaiting to receive scholarships to help them continue their education, but due to the pandemic, these students were not able to receive this assistance. Foundation 4Life was able to step in and honor these hard working students by donating $10,000 to this scholarship fund! Together, we are helping to break the cycle of poverty and help students all over the world continue their education!

Although this year of 2020 has brought upon many challenges and difficult times thus far, as a world together, we have all been able to take a step back and try to see these events with a new vision of understanding. Because of people like you, who continue to donate to our service efforts, a group of kids in Colombia were able to receive free eye exams and glasses if needed! These kids will be able to start seeing their own vision and dreams more clear as they plan for their futures. Thank you to all the 4Life Colombia office staff, lead by General Manager, Nao Lao! 

507 blankets and 950 hygiene items were donated by 4Life employees during the holiday season. Employees at the home office in Sandy, Utah cut and tied many, many blankets, for local kids that need a little extra warmth this Winter.

Did you know that 2.2 million children in the U.S. sleep on the floor every night? They are sleeping on couches or even sharing beds with 1-2 other kids. Foundation 4Life partnered with Sleep in Heavenly Peace to build a total of 40 bunk beds for local children. That’s 80 kids in the Granite School District that now have a bed of their own, and ultimately, a better life. Thank you to all of the 4Life employees who donated and helped to build these beds!

One of the principals in an Orlando school district noticed that lots of kids weren’t showing up for school. He wondered why. After some investigation, he realized these kids didn’t have a way to get to school. Most of their parents worked two or three jobs to support their families. This principal thought of an incentive to get kids to school—bikes! As a reward for finishing schoolwork or getting to school on time, kids could earn bikes so they could get to and from school. At Convention 2019: RISE, 4Life distributors stepped up and built 250 bikes for these kids! Together, Building Bikes!

E.S.T.H.E.R is a non-profit organization in Orlando, Florida that is dedicated to the emotional and physical need of single mothers. Every year Foundation 4Life partners with E.S.T.H.E.R. for a back to school event to help the kids get off to a great start. This year we help each child receive a new backpack full of new supplies, and get a new pair of shoes!

"Every year we get excited about back to school and this year is no exception. Because of Foundation 4Life we are going to be giving NEW SHOES! Can you imagine, every student will now get backpacks full of school supplies and new shoes for school! We have found a great way to buy the shoes at a discounted rate which allows us to make the donation go further and buy more NEW shoes! God is so good, and we are very thankful."

- Karen Sellers- E.S.T.H.E.R. Single Mothers Outreach

The ATEAM, lead by International Diamond, Janice Skeen, in Barberton, Ohio found out that right in their own community, 78% of the children were at risk and most of these children were only eating meals when at school. The children lost the ability to concentrate during school leading to lower test scores and poor behavior.

The ATEAM stepped up and wanted to help these kids by implementing a Snack Pack & Backpack program!  The ATEAM puts together snack packs filled with food items to be given to kids who won’t have meals to eat over the weekend as well as providing backpacks and basic school supplies. This program has been successful for seven years now and the results are amazing! The students on this program increased their academic performance by 11 percentile points compared to students who were not on the program. These students also showed improved classroom behavior, an increased ability to manage stress and depression and had better attitudes about themselves, others and the sch...

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