Great news! We are thrilled to share some exciting updates on the impact of your support in the Bountiful program. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of children and families around the world.
1. New Health Lesson: Maternal Mental Health
The BYU Public Health team has been hard at work designing a new health lesson focused on maternal mental health. This valuable addition will further empower families in the Bountiful program to lead healthier lives.
2. Why health lessons?
In a short video, Cristie, the regional coordinator in Asia, highlights the significance of sharing health lessons with the families served by Bountiful. Your support is bringing education and awareness to those in need.
3. Intern Contributions
Public health interns have generously volunteered their time, and we are grateful for their efforts. Most recently, Amy Colton helped organize a hunger banquet for Guatemala in Spanish Fork and other activities, fostering awareness about hunger issues. Are you aware of someone interested in an internship opportunity? If so, we’d be thrilled to have them on our team!
4. Adelyn Serveza: A Testament to Your Support
Adelyn Serveza is a shining example of the positive influence your contributions have made. Before coming to Utah to pursue a Public Health degree, Adelyn was a coordinator with Bountiful, providing invaluable assistance to families in her community in the Philippines. Now, she is actively sharing her experiences at events held in Utah, inspiring others to join our cause.
5. Collaborating with Marketing Students
We recently had the honor of being selected by Blip Marketing to work with marketing students at the University of Utah Department of Marketing. Together, we developed a comprehensive marketing plan, offering innovative ideas to promote our cause.
6. Professors’ Share their Expertise
Professors Josh West, Benjamin Crookston, and Cougar Hall from BYU, along with Jay Keller from BYU Idaho, serve on the board or advisory board of Bountiful Children’s Foundation. Their invaluable expertise and dedication have greatly contributed to our success.
7. Humanitarian Trips to Peru and Ghana
The BYU Public Health teams, including professors and students, have embarked on humanitarian trips to countries like Peru and Ghana. These trips aim to provide training sessions for coordinators and address issues of malnutrition through screenings. They also bring hope and joy to those that are being helped. We would love to have you join us on a trip.
Our Gratitude for You
We want to extend our deepest gratitude to you for your unwavering dedication and support. Your contributions have played a vital role in helping us reach children in need and empowering families to lead healthier, happier lives. Thank you for being part of this remarkable journey.