Partnering with UnidosUS to Help Empower the Latino Community

Erin Richards-KunkelDirector, Strategic Partnerships and Corporate Social Responsibility

Herbalife Nutrition is built on the power of community. Our network of independent distributors support their customers through coaching and helping them live healthier, active lives.

They also support their communities through nutrition clubs, where locals can come drink a nutritious shake and check-in daily on their goals. Independent distributors create a supportive atmosphere that can make a difference for people looking to live a healthier lifestyle.

Our distributors are also supportive of communities in need. The Herbalife Nutrition Foundation (HNF), supported by our independent distributors, works with community-based organizations in more than 50 countries, helping them provide healthy nutrition to more than tens of thousands of children around the globe.

As a company, we look for the opportunities to amplify that impact and continue to work to support more communities by partnering with global, national and local organizations. That is why we are so proud to work with a partner like UnidosUS.

A Partnership to Build Healthier Latino Communities

UnidosUS, formerly the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), is the nation’s largest Latino civil rights and advocacy organization. Through their combination of research, advocacy, programs, and a network of 300 community-based affiliate organizations across the country, they have worked to empower the Latino community.

In the areas of health and wellness, our missions align. Ours is to support communities around the world and help improve lives through access, education and empowerment of good nutrition, and living a healthy, active lifestyle and UndiosUS is focused on key issues that particularly affect the Latino community. These include programs that aim to improve awareness and prevention of diabetes and ensure better access to nutrition education for lifelong health.

We are proud to work with UnidosUS in our continued efforts in building healthy Latino communities and programs that promote healthy eating, nutrition education, and fitness – all of which can have a lasting impact on health and wellness.

The 2019 UnidosUS Annual Conference

This year, we are proud to support UnidosUS as a Gold Sponsor of their Annual Conference August 3-6 in San Diego, California. The conference will bring together community leaders, advocates, volunteers, elected and appointed officials, members of corporate, nonprofit and academic leaders and students.

The conference aims to address issues important to the Latino community, including access to health and wellness services, nutrition education and programs that support healthy, active lifestyles regardless of where individuals live, their economic circumstances, or their cultural background.

We are particularly excited to encourage the local community and conference attendees to get active as the leading sponsor of the UnidosUS Superhero Family 5k Race, expected to draw more than 1,500 local participants and attendees.

Visit us at booth #727

Herbalife Nutrition will have an exhibitor booth in the Health & Fitness/Tu Salud Pavilion(#727) at the UnidosUS Latino Family Expo, which is expected to have 20,000 attendees over the two-day event.

We will provide attendees with bilingual information on healthy eating, staying fit and general wellbeing, and access to nutritional products that help people achieve their personal wellness goals.

Also included at the booth we will be sampling our range of healthy snacks, as well as our hydration product, Herbalife24 CR7 Drive. Attendees can also play an interactive fitness challenge, receive more workout ideas and tips, and interact with our special Los Angeles Galaxy photo opportunity.

By sponsoring the UnidosUS Conference, we will connect and share with attendees and have an opportunity to connect with these leaders to engage in meaningful conversations about issues facing the Latino community and how focusing on how nutrition, health, and wellness can impact the Latino community.

Learn more at UnidosUS.org