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.
There is an exciting addition to Boise State’s Albertsons Stadium thanks to a $4.5 million donation from Melaleuca, The Wellness Company.
Thanks to a $12,500 donation from Melaleuca employees and the Melaleuca foundation, The Idaho Foodbank has purchased 50,000 meals for individuals in need.
Melaleuca honored Ron Sykes, an employee who exemplifies our mission of enhancing lives, by presenting him with the 2021 Spirit Award.
Following Typhoon Rai, thousands of displaced families in the Philippines will benefit from a $250,000 donation by Melaleuca of the Philippines.
This holiday season, Melaleuca helped less-fortunate families by providing food, toys, money and volunteers. In total, over $110,000 was donated to worthy charitable causes.
The 15th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. banquet was held at Melaleuca Global Headquarters. This community event expanded cultural awareness and celebrated Dr. King’s enduring legacy.