The Herbalife Family Foundation (HFF), a non-profit organization committed to helping vulnerable children, recently announced the opening of its second Casa Herbalife Program in the Philippines, together with – Tuloy Foundation, Inc. (the Foundation) – an institution committed to uplifting the lives of poor, abandoned and neglected street children.
Under the Program, HFF will provide an initial financial grant of 20,000USD to the Foundation. The funds will improve access to good nutrition for the children at the Foundation through the renovating of the Foundation’s central kitchen.
“We are very pleased to welcome Tuloy Foundation, Inc. as our newest Casa Herbalife Program in the Philippines, as we continue helping improve the lives and nutrition of children in need,” said Rosalio Valenzuela, general manager of Herbalife Philippines. “We know how important good nutrition is, especially for children. It is critical that our children are given access to better nutrition for their physical, mental, and emotional development. Through Herbalife Family Foundation’s Casa Herbalife Program, we can make a meaningful contribution to the children’s development.”
Fr. Marciano “Rocky” G. Evangelist, SDB established Tuloy Foundation, Inc. in 1993, to provide a comprehensive rehabilitation program for street children in Manila. It has achieved outstanding success and worldwide recognition for its innovative programs that help poor and abandoned children to regain their self-worth and dignity, giving them a chance for a better life.
Under the program, the Village receives an annual grant that helps provide nutritious food to children living there. ADVT.