What is the Casa Herbalife Program?
How does Herbalife Family Foundation (HFF) provide good nutrition to children around the world? Meet our Casa Herbalife program.
In 1998, Herbalife founder Mark Hughes built an orphanage in Brazil, named Casa Herbalife. Today we provide millions of dollars in funding to 130 orphanages, hospitals, schools, and organizations in more than 50 countries and serve nearly 100,000 children every year.
Good nutrition is essential for every child. 66 million primary school-age children attend classes hungry across the developing world. Chronic undernutrition in early life is linked to reduced schooling, poorer cognitive skills, lower earnings and a higher likelihood of living in poverty. The Casa Herbalife program aims to improve the lives of children in need by partnering with existing charities to provide healthy meals and nutrition education to children around the world.
We believe that good nutrition means more than just providing food for hungry kids. Our Casa Herbalife program provides children with the nourishment, care, and education they need to thrive today and spread their wings tomorrow.
Our Casa Herbalife funds go toward food subsidies, nutrition education, and other projects to improve the health of children across the globe. Check out the infographic below to to learn more about how these funds are used.