USANA Health Sciences at Castle Hill has raised $20,000 for The Smith Family.
The USANA team celebrated the first official charitable donation from USANA’s True Health Foundation to The Smith Family on August 27.
The children’s charity helps disadvantaged Australian children get the most out of their education so they can create better futures for themselves.
The charity’s Partnership Manager Michelle Hillman received the cheque for $20,000 and said the funds will contribute to its Learning for Life program.
‘‘This valuable assistance will help lift children out of the circle of poverty and it represents the first step in a long-term journey with USANA, The Smith Family and the families that will be now be helped,’’ Ms Hillman said.
USANA’s vice president of the Pacific region, David Mulham said he was thrilled so many associates and staff from USANA Australia contributed to raising the $20,000.
‘‘This cheque represents the good will that comes from being united in our desire to give all children a brighter future,’’ Mr Mulham said.
He said no funds will be used on administration costs.