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Eniva's Wellness Outreach


At Eniva, we believe each human body was designed to be healthy. It was designed to be energetic, lean, agile, and resilient at healing. It was designed to succeed at living. You were created to live an abundant, healthy and vibrant life - no matter your race, sex, or age. At Eniva, it is our belief that all people have a birthright of wellness. Combined with our values and principles, it is that belief which has provided the foundation for our Vision:

"Taking Wellness to the World" Whether it is donating life-giving products to camps for disadvantaged children, shelters for the less fortunate, church groups, amateur sports teams, youth camps, charity events, and American soldiers, or simply supporting our 375,000+ members who distribute Eniva products, we are actively working to carry out this Vision. We take seriously the privilege of helping others understand, and achieve, improved health and vibrant living. At Eniva, we won't wait for change that needs to happen in our world - we choose to create a more positive future by taking action now. Our belief in the power of change moves us beyond accepting what already is... and our Vision journey will, no doubt, take wellness to the world.

A Heart to Serve

At Eniva, bringing "Wellness to the World" takes on many meanings. We offer life changing products and a career path that helps people achieve financial freedom, yet there is another way we take wellness to people – by reaching out to those in need. Over the years, the Eniva Community has participated in many outreach programs — donating vital supplements to victims of the Tsunami, donating water to those affected by Katrina, offering VIBE to victims of fires, donating school supplies, purchasing a van for an orphanage, providing other items to local food shelves, shelters, orphans and widows... even to military serving throughout the world.

Red River Flood

The flooding disaster in the Red River area of North Dakota and Minnesota left countless people homeless, including one of Eniva's very own members. The Appell family literally lost their home in the flood. This family of four is now living with friends until their home can be repaired.

Eniva invited its members to help support an organization-wide goal for the remainder of 2009: To raise funds and resources for those Red River Eniva families. All monies donated went directly to helping the Appell family secure a new home. In addition to financial contributions collected, Eniva also provided fully commissioned supplements for them and other affected Eniva families through the remainder of the year.

Alexandra House

Ending domestic violence for women, families and communities...

Eniva have an ongoing partnership with Alexandra House, a non-profit, community based organization located in Blaine and Anoka, Minnesota. Alexandra House provides 24-hour emergency shelter, support services and advocacy to battered women and families. As the only battered women's shelter for women and families in Anoka County, Alexandra House's mission is to end domestic violence by working to break the cycle of domestic violence and igniting social change through advocacy, shelter and education.

You Can Help Too

In order to provide these services to those in need, Alexandra House relies on the generosity of the community to help achieve their mission and welcome all kinds of donations, whether it be through volunteering or monetary donations. Eniva was able to donate $10,000 worth of water and wellness products to the Alexendra House, in addition to the monetary donations already given by Eniva Members. Click below if you would like to make a donation to the Alexandra House and help support their efforts to end domestic violence.

Go to the Alexandra House web site

Northwood, North Dakota

Toward the end of August, much of the city of Northwood, North Dakota was struck by a powerful tornado. This is the hometown of our National Directors Kari and Steve Kordahl. Eniva has also responded to this disaster by providing water and VIBE for those affected. We are thankful for the assistance of END David Larsen, END Greg Pearce and ND Gordy Seiffert for their help in purchasing additional water to that area as well. We wish all the residents of Northwood a speedy recovery.

Winona, Minnesota

Southeast Minnesota was affected by devastating floods that affected a large number of residents, some of whom are Members of our Eniva Community. In response to their need for clean drinking water and proper nutrition, Eniva sent pallets of water and cases of VIBE. Our special thanks go to ND Ken Torgerud and ND couple Bill and Sally Baechler for helping distribute those products, as well as their generosity in purchasing additional products for distribution. They have been wonderful Eniva ambassadors for us in Southeast MN!

Eniva Powers Extreme Team


When ABC network selected a deserving Minnesota family to receive an Extreme Home Makeover, the Eniva Corporation immediately joined forces to support the endeavor. With the wonderful support of its Eniva Members throughout the world, Eniva is providing significant donations to power the Extreme Team to help make this Dream a Reality.

Andrew & Dr. Ben along with President's Club Members and Home Office Teammates joined workers at the build site from August 23–28 and provided "muscle, hustle and nutrition" to the Team! And beyond the home and build-site support, the Eniva Team also rallied to help the family in a very special way...

With an "overnight" family of ten as a result of challenging life circumstances, the need to provide adequate funds for the children's education is a paramount concern for the family. To respond to this need, the Eniva Family committed its resources to help raise monies for the education/family fund. With Members throughout the world, the Eniva Team has already committed to provide significant assistance to the family. These funds will be presented directly to the family by Andrew & Dr. Ben on behalf of the entire Eniva Organization in two presentations—one at the conclusion of the build and again after the national airing of the program in November on ABC. Individuals who donated to this cause will be listed on the Eniva Extreme Makeover pages and individuals who donated $20 or more will receive the specially commissioned "I Helped—DreamGiveBuild" T-shirt that was onsite at the official build site as the education/family fund donation T-shirt. The Eniva logo is on this T-shirt and is also on the "on-air" polo shirts that were worn by the Extreme Team.

El Hogar Del Nino

The values of Eniva are held strong due to continuous contributions to bringing Wellness to the less fortunate of our world. Recently, Eniva opened a distribution center in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in an effort to share our global mission of bringing Wellness to the World.

In the spirit of commitment to the San Juan community, Eniva provided a charitable donation to El Hogar del Nino, an organization devoted to helping the children of Puerto Rico. Through El Hogar del Nino, almost 40 young girls scarred by abuse, abandonment or neglect gain access to medical care, clothing, food, shelter, and other much needed services in a warm, family environment. Emotional wounds are also tended by the caring staff at El Hogar del Nino, where girls are engaged in recreational activities, psychological and social services, as well as education programs that include vocation and personal development. With the help of El Hogar del Nino and donations like Eniva's, these girls are proof that we are taking Wellness to the World.

Eniva Hurricane Relief

Eniva Members united together to support those in need after the events of hurricane Katrina. Our Goal was to send 100,000 bottles of Eniva's OHM drinking water to the areas most affected. Over a 30 day period, 3,333 bottles a day were bottled and shipped.

Tsunami Disaster Relief

As part of its passionate mission to help bring Wellness to the World and supply proper nutrition to those in need, Eniva Corporation and its Members have partnered to provide ten's of thousands of people in the Tsunami disaster area with Eniva products. During our 2005 National Conference in Minneapolis, a collection was taken for widows and orphans of the Tsunami tragedy. Together we collected over $5000. Eniva then multiplied the donation by 3 and sent over $15,000 worth of Eniva products to aid the victims.

Eniva has been specially called upon to supply its unique liquid products, because of the lack of refrigeration as well as clean drinking water in the devastated areas. Much needed high-dose essential minerals, vitamins, various phytonutrients, and protein, as well as supplements to ward off infection, parasites and harmful bacteria or viruses have been administered. Thank you to everyone for their support!

Eniva's Backpacks for Benefit

At the Come Alive in 2005 Summer conference we rallied together for the "Backpacks for Benefit" drive. Members brought hundreds of backpacks filled with supplies (shirts, socks, shoes, paper, crayons, markers, etc.) for children whose homes have been devastated by the Tsunami. Once again teaming up with Children of Promise, these packs were shipped by Eniva to an area in great need of assistance.

Soldier Assistance Program

Eniva sends product to soldiers throughout the world, helping them stay healthy in the face of challenges.

Camp Jornada

Chairman & CEO Andrew Baechler and Chief Medical Officer, Vice Chairman, Benjamin Baechler visited some young campers at Camp Jornada. Eniva donates product to the camp, helping provide a positive camping experience to young children challenged with cancer.

"Thank you for your continued support of Camp Jornada through your generous donation of Eniva products such as OHM drinking water and VIBE. In the three short years of your support, our camp has grown from 40 children to nearly 80 children in 2005. Your willingness to donate the water and even deliver it to Ironwoods Springs Christian Ranch has been a blessing. We look forward to your continued support next year as we try to reach our goal of providing a free camp for 100 children who are affected by cancer.

Thank you,

Doug Padley
Camp Jornada Foundation"