More than 900 Nu Skin employees and families will work together through a day of service to benefit 1,000 hospitalized children around the world, assembling kits to support children in recovery after life-saving surgeries.
The Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation is also making a $1.5 million philanthropic contribution to the Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Campus under construction in Lehi, Utah, to support a new indoor play area for patients and their young family members.
In addition, Nu Skin is donating more than 250,000 units of hygiene products to families leaving refugee camps in war-torn countries throughout Eastern Europe. Global service projects will also take place around the world, including in Latin America, Japan, Hong Kong and Korea.
– Children have always been at the heart of our force for good efforts. The goal with projects at our global headquarters this year is to help children who are experiencing health challenges while recovering from surgery or other illnesses. As we coordinate the efforts of our affiliates and employees across the world, we have the opportunity to make a greater impact for good than any of us could do alone – said Ruth Todd, Nu Skin senior vice president of public affairs.