About The Melaleuca Foundation – Doing Good Where Good is Needed

The Melaleuca Foundation was created to do good where good is needed—to enhance lives, to restore hope.

In 2001, the Melaleuca Foundation gathered more than $800,000 to help ease the burdens weighing down some of the forgotten families of September 11.

In 2005, just hours after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, the Melaleuca Foundation had sent trucks loaded with relief supplies rumbling toward Louisiana. In the ensuing weeks, the Foundation raised more than $1 million for relief aid, and worked with the Red Cross and the Salvation Army to help victims get back on their feet.

Today, you have the opportunity to support the Melaleuca Foundation in another special cause—one that could enhance the lives of orphan children throughout the world.