Salt Lake City, UT (September 22, 2021) 4Life employees recently came together to help children living in poverty in the Granite School District.
In the Granite School District, 54% of children live in poverty and roughly two-thirds are food insecure. The Granite Foundation works to provide clothing, food, and hygiene kits to needy children and families. Foundation 4Life partnered with the Granite Foundation, Select Health, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to put together hygiene kits for kids in the Granite School District.
Over 100 4Life employees assembled 500 hygiene kits with essentials like soap, floss, deodorant, and toothbrushes. Some of the items were 4Life products. There were employee volunteers from every 4Life department.
Director of Service, Jenna Lisonbee: “This service project was so inspiring. 4Life employees from every department assembled kits to help children in need. Foundation 4Life conducts service projects around the world, but some of the most rewarding are those that benefit our own community.”
4Life, the Immune System Company™
, and the first to bring transfer factor research to market, has offices in 25 markets to serve the company’s worldwide customers.
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