It has been a busy and productive summer for M5M! With the partners around the world, M5M has delivered over...
Mission 5 Million
Employees of Mannatech, Incorporated gathered together at the world headquarters in Flower Mound, Texas, on November 16 to assemble over 55,000 meals for malnourished children around the world.
Mannatech and M5M on Pace to Provide 16 Million Meal Servings to Malnourished Children in 2018 (中文/ Español)
FLOWER MOUND, Texas – Mannatech, Incorporated, a global health and wellness company announced today that in partnership with Mission 5...
Protecting and supporting children is a priority at Mannatech and is an important part of our efforts to make the world a better place.
Because of the dedicated partners teaming up with Mannatech and the M5M Foundation, Ingrid has experienced renewed life.
Every purchase of Mannatech products triggers a donation to the M5M Foundation.
After all the workshops and team meetings, we don’t just send you back home. Mannatech loves to say goodbye and good luck with a fun and unforgettable party!
Take part in making a difference. Visit Mannatech.com to learn more about the partnership, and watch the video to see how the M5M Foundation is making an impact.
This Valentine’s Day, choose this stress-free option to bring peace to your loved one and to share it with the world.
Mannatech would like to extend a big thank you to all who donated directly or indirectly to the M5M Foundation in 2016.
Cleanse Challenge: Direct Donations to the M5M℠ Foundation Help Provide Nutrition to Children Worldwide
Giving directly to the M5M Foundation, which provides nourishment to children in need around the world, is easy and simple.
Jean and Anrie Greeff from South Africa are always looking for more ways to be socially responsible in their everyday lives.
Mannatech announced the results of its charitable giving to the M5M℠ Foundation during 2015, which amounted to more than $1 million.
In order for non-profit organizations to be successful, they need consistent budgets. In 2014, 24 percent of U.S. charities ended...