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.
More than two dozen high school students participated in the computer science boot camp held at Melaleuca Global Headquarters.
As our first wave of response to the Maui wildfires, Melaleuca has donated over $135,000 to help families who lost everything.
Melaleuca Team Members rolled up their sleeves and gathered on the banks of the Snake River to breathe new life into the Idaho Falls River Walk.
It was the “journey of a lifetime” for eight military veterans who traveled to the nation’s capital last week on an all-expenses paid trip courtesy of Melaleuca.
Sheriff deputies from the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office have much to celebrate thanks to a $50,000 donation that will buy the best body armor and ballistic helmets available on the market.
In the devastating wake of Hurricane Ian, now being called the deadliest storm to hit Florida since 1935, Melaleuca quickly arrived on the scene to offer humanitarian aid on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022.