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Nu Skin first began its Nourish the Children (NTC) Initiative in 2002, aimed to address the overwhelming problems of hunger and malnutrition in the world. As a result, over 150,000 children are nourished every day in countries around the world through VitaMeal donations. Through this program, we have created opportunities to improve the lives of children and many others in education, jobs and teaching self-sufficiency.

We would like to thank all of the contributors in Australia, New Zealand, French Polynesia and New Caledonia who supported the Nourish The Children Initiative by donating bags of VitaMeal in March 2019.



Maud & George Meates-Demmos –   3 Year Ambassador


Zansie Maye – 3 Year Ambassador


Mihiura Mana & Tenahe Mataitai – New Ambassador




Abraham & Sun Mee Min

Andy Rudd

Alun Watkins

Beom Joon Kim & Ji Young Lee

Chenchen Cao

Christine MacBride

Don & Allison MacMillan

Elaine & Ian Hart

Elisabeth & Jean Michel Pellerin

Graham & Lynn Park

Guy & Patricia Maruhi

Haishan Li

Heiata & Patrick Verbauwen

Ines Mendoza

Iva Yau & John Silloux

Jesse L Baldwin & Ruby J Ho

Katrina Marie Larsen

Kwang Taek Choi

Lynn McDonald

Maria Figuero

Marion R Schell

Maud & George Meates-Dennis

Mihima Sachet

Mihiura Mana & Tenahe Mataitai

Phuong Thi Tran

Rick & Jenny Old

Roura Nena

Shoaqin Li

Steve Kushturian & Louella Hatfield Kusturian

Thomas Willison-Cardozo

Vahina & Marcel Nena

Vaiana Yap

Whina Everett & Brendan Wells

Willy & Vaiana Sinuad

Zansie Maye


Nu Skin is a for-profit distributor of nutritional and skin care products and is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NUS). Nourish the Children is an initiative of Nu Skin and is registered in some states as a commercial co-venture. The initiative enables Nu Skin’s sales leaders and customers to purchase VitaMeal from Nu Skin and donate it to charitable organizations to help solve the complex world problem of feeding malnourished children. The price of VitaMeal includes the cost of manufacturing, general overhead, distribution and sales. As is the case with other Nu Skin products, distributors are paid commissions and Nu Skin earns a profit margin from each sale of VitaMeal.