27 March 2008

Tahitian Noni International Creates Humanitarian Program to Benefit Children in Tahiti

Tahitian Noni International, maker of TAHITIAN NONIĀ® Juice and other noni products, marked the one year anniversary of its Do Something Good humanitarian program by inviting children of Tahiti to visit the United States. The Do Something Good program features four intiatives to help the children of Tahiti -- purchase textbooks for students and books for school libraries, donate computers to school computer labs, award high school scholarships for Tahitian students, and support a local orphanage near TNI's newly-completed noni processing plant in Papara, Tahiti.

The company invited children and caregivers from the Tahitian orphanage to Orlando, Florida, to enjoy the wonders of the theme parks and meet more than 3,000 Independent Product Consultants (IPCs) during a recent Tahitian Noni Regional Leadership Conference. At that time, the company also recapped the success of the humanitarian program.

In the past year, Tahitian Noni International has donated thousands of textbooks and library books, and supplied more than 100 computers to ten computer labs in schools across French Polynesia. In addition, the company has awarded scholarships for higher education to 20 Tahitian youth and supplied food, clothing, and playground equipment to a local orphanage.


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