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.
Discover the Largest Fireworks Show West of the Mississippi at the 2016 Melaleuca Freedom Celebration
You won’t find a better place in the 22 states west of the Mississippi River to watch a Fourth of July fireworks show than in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Saving a Life
Four months ago, little Andrea gained a new family. She left the orphanage through the same wrought iron gate in the loving arms of her new mother and father. She now lives with them in the United States.
Holiday Cheer: Melaleuca Partners with Salvation Army, St. Vincent de Paul, Soup Kitchen
“Melaleuca is a wonderful example of a good corporate citizen,” The Salvation Army’s Major James Halverson said.
Post Register: VanderSloot Receives Esteemed Horatio Alger Award
The Melaleuca CEO is one of 12 people who will receive the award for 2015 in Washington D.C.
Melaleuca Food Drive Sponsorship Helps Hundreds of Thousands of Families
“Melaleuca has provided an outstanding example of community service,” said Clarke Farrer, Scout executive of the BSA’s Grand Teton Council.