Good Works

Melaleuca and its charitable arm, the Melaleuca Foundation, have a long history of doing good where good is needed, restoring hope, enhancing lives. Whether serving in the wake of a natural disaster, the frontlines of a pandemic, a special orphanage, or a soup kitchen, Melaleuca is constantly working with those who, for whatever reason, are unable to help themselves. You can learn more about Melaleuca’s mission of enhancing lives at melaleuca.org.

When you see somebody needs help, you reach out and you try to help them,” Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot said in this interview. “And that enhances your life.

Relieving Suffering: Mexican Earthquakes

Shortly after two powerful earthquakes struck Mexico, Melaleuca opened up its warehouse and donated thousands of Melaleuca’s personal care and cleaning products to the Mexican Red Cross.

Melaleuca Responds to Devastation from Hurricane Irma

After this Category 5 hurricane left cities underwater in the Sunshine State, Melaleuca quickly shipped a variety of its health and wellness products to Orlando, Fla.

Melaleuca Sends Truckloads of Food, Supplies to Hurricane Harvey Victims

Melaleuca sent wellness, personal care products and two truckloads full of food and supplies to Houston, Texas in an effort to ease the suffering of thousands of families.

High School Students Build Apps at Melaleuca’s Free IT Boot Camp

Following the enormous success of last year’s event, Melaleuca concluded its second annual Computer Programming Boot Camp this week at its global headquarters in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Melaleuca Donation Helps Tennessee Wildfire Victims

Melaleuca coordinated with senior officials from the American Red Cross to determine the needs of the victims. The Melaleuca products were quickly boxed up and delivered to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot Named to Business Hall of Fame

For his lifetime contributions and profound impact on the state of Idaho, Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot has received a Hall of Fame award from the Idaho State Journal.