World Service Week 2022: Ways to Serve

Today marks the beginning of USANA World Service Week 2022. Each year, the global USANA Family rolls up its sleeves and gives back to the community. This is the sixth time we’ve coordinated a week of service, and each year I’m more impressed by the response.

In 2021, I received several wonderful messages from readers who were participating in one way or another.

I invite you to read about George Steciuk, a longtime USANA Associate who ran a 5K daily during World Service Week and raised money for The USANA Foundation.

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Throughout the year, the USANA Foundation’s blog and social media share stories about individuals who are working to make a difference.

In fact, the USANA Foundation recently wrote a blog post with a handful of ideas for giving back…

There’s plenty you can do to serve someone else:

  • 🍱 Pay for a stranger’s lunch
  • 🥫Volunteer at a food bank
  • 🪴Help tend someone’s garden
  • 🥕 Adopt a Garden Tower
  • 🛒 Pick up groceries for a neighbor
  • 👩🏻‍🍳 Cook dinner for a friend who’s sick or home-bound

…and the list goes on!

The post continues by sharing stories of inspiration from our global USANA Family. Thank you in advance for helping to make a positive impact in the world this week and every week.

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Here’s a short video I recorded ahead of last year’s event.

Giving Back

There are so many opportunities to get involved and to make a difference. If you’re looking for inspiration, you can donate, learn how to become a USANA Foundation Ambassador, or fundraise through the USANA Foundation website.

Please share your projects and photos, and connect online with #WorldServiceWeek22.

As always, 100% of all USANA Foundation donations go toward helping those most in need. You can help us reach our goal of raising 30,000 Garden Towers by donating here.

#WhereHopeisGrown 🌱

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