Salt Lake City, Utah (April 27, 2011) 4Life Research™ announced today that $122,000 USD has been donated to help support relief efforts following the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on March 11. From March 11 through April 15, distributors, executives, and employees donated nearly $60,000 and Foundation 4Life matched each dollar donated. With additional support, the contributions totaled $122,000. Foundation 4Life is the philanthropic entity of 4Life Research.
The original $50,000 pledged by Foundation 4Life after the disasters was used to help distributors repair damages to their homes and provide food, disaster relief, and essential supplies such as hygiene kits and home provisions. The additional funds donated will help more people within the 4Life family and others in communities hardest hit by the disasters and on-going aftershocks.
4Life Japan office staff members have been working to offer relief to distributors, employees, and family members. 4Life distributor Keiko Suzuki had the first floor of her home flooded by the tsunami and almost everything was ruined. Foundation 4Life donations will help replace the flooring in her home, as well as furniture and appliances that were damaged.
“We have had an incredible response to our request for assistance after the recent tragedies in Japan,” commented Foundation 4Life Director Tracie Kay. “I am extremely grateful for the worldwide support from 4Life distributors, executives, and employees. I am also thankful to many local distributors who have reached out to people in their communities.”
“My experience representing Foundation 4Life during the past month has been nothing short of life-changing,” expressed 4Life Japan General Manager Scott Dalton. “It has been an overwhelming blessing to personally secure and deliver provisions on behalf of the generous 4Life family members around the world.”
4Life has offices on five continents to serve a global network of independent distributors through science, success, and service.
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