HFF Casa Herbalife programs help to provide proper nutrition to children in need through more than 130 locations in over 50 countries.
HFF Casa Herbalife Programs
HFF Casa Herbalife programs aim to improve the lives of children in need by providing financial and volunteer support to existing charitable organizations around the globe. The program, named after the Brazilian orphanage HFF Founder Mark Hughes (1956-2000) built in 1998, helps to provide proper nutrition to children in need through more than 130 locations in over 50 countries.
HFF Casa Herbalife programs receive funding from HFF on an annual, ongoing basis. HFF donors, Herbalife Independent Distributors and Herbalife employees frequently volunteer to help at HFF Casa Herbalife programs in their communities. Herbalife also pays for all HFF administrative costs, allowing for 100 percent of all donations to be distributed where they need it most.
We are committed to supporting every HFF Casa Herbalife program with financial and volunteer assistance until the need no longer exists.
HFF is proud to support disaster relief efforts around the world by helping to fund organizations that provide shelter, food, clean drinking water and other forms of life-saving assistance to affected children and their families.
Along with the overwhelming generosity of our donors and volunteers, HFF is proud to work alongside the International Red Cross and Save The Children and will continue to support communities in need around the world.