On World Food Day, Amway’s Nutrilite™ Power of 5K brought 50,000 runners and walkers from around the globe to fight childhood malnutrition.
Over 3 million children die each year as a result of malnutrition and those who survive are often challenged with health and development problems for the rest of their lives.
The Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign is designed to build awareness of childhood malnutrition, address the critical need for proper nutrition during the first 5 years of life and offer a way that everyone can help.
On June 19, 8:30am, over 200 Amway and community volunteers descended upon the Steepletown neighborhood on Grand Rapids’ northwest side. Their goal? To bring something that had been missing from the area for quite some time – a playground.
The playground is the 19th built by Amway and KaBOOM! KaBOOM! is a national non-profit dedicated to ensuring that all kids get that access to play that they need to thrive.
For 18 years, the Hope Maker program has created job opportunities for the disabled
Amway Taiwan was awarded with the Model Award for the “Public Interest Promotion Category” of the 2017 Global Views CSR Awards. Global Views Monthly is one of the most influential magazines in Taiwan, providing new concepts, insights, and information needed by Taiwan’s entrepreneurs, government and opinion leaders.
Join Amway this Wednesday, May 10, on Facebook LIVE from Vancouver B.C. @ 10am EST to see the innovative new way the Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign is addressing the critical issue of global childhood malnutrition.
800 DAYS: We’re 200 days into the Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign’s goal to reach 500,000 malnourished by the end of 2019. Click here to see the faces of children around the globe that have been impacted by the Power of 5 Campaign.
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