Reliv Kalogris Foundation Responds to Typhoon Haiyan

Online donations in November to be directed to Philippine disaster relief

Dear Distributor:

The devastating typhoon that struck the Philippines has caused untold damage and impacted countless lives. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by this tragedy.

At Reliv, we have a special connection to the Philippines. Not only is it one of our 15 countries of operation, it is also home to 100+ Reliv Kalogris Foundation feeding programs that provide quality nutrition to thousands of needy children every day.

First the good news: many of our Philippine Distributors have contacted us to let us know they are safe. In addition, most feeding programs, including the RKF buildings in Cavite and Welfareville, escaped without damage. Our office in Manila was also unharmed by the storm and our corporate staff has reported that all employees are safe. They are actively participating in relief efforts and preparing to transport water and Reliv products via bus to affected areas.

Unfortunately, we have not yet received news from Philippine Distributors and feeding programs near Tacloban City in the direct path of the storm. We hope and pray for the best. Stay tuned to the RKF Facebook page for updates.

How You Can Help

To support the efforts now underway in the Philippines, all RKF donations made online in November will be directed to Typhoon Haiyan relief. Click here to make a donation.

Thank you in advance for your generosity and thank you for the outpouring of concern you have shown this week. Together we can help restore hope in the Philippines.

Sincerely,

R. Scott Montgomery
President of Reliv Asia-Pacific
Reliv Kalogris Foundation Chairman

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