In celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary, Morinda of American Fork held a multi-faceted service project that involved its entire corporate staff.
The service project resulted in hundreds of donations to the Utah Community Action Food Bank, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County and Kids on the Move.
“We’re proud to continue the tradition that Morinda has created over the last 20 years and do something to give back to other people,” said Jon Hallstrom, Morinda’s senior director of sales.
Morinda was able to donate more than 500 pounds of food to the Utah Community Action Food Bank. Morinda was able to provide nearly 200 sensory exploration kits to Kids on the Move. For the Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County, Morinda provided 500 school supply kits and additional craft supplies to support the underprivileged youth of Utah County.
“As school approaches many kids grow anxious about not having the long list of supplies needed to start classes,” explained David Bayles, executive director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County. “We appreciate great community partners like Morinda who spend time and money to assemble wonderful back-to-school kits for children in need.”