Beginning at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells this past March, every ace served at a Premier-level WTA event translated into a donation for the Foundation. For every ace served by the four USANA Brand Ambassadors (Caroline Wozniacki, Genie Bouchard, Monica Puig and Zheng Saisai), the WTA contributed $20 toward the campaign, while every ace served by any other player on Tour translated into a $5 donation.
Since 2012, the non-profit organization has raised over $13 million through humanitarian missions, regular contributions, fundraising projects and its collaborations with the WTA, which has donated $170,000 to the Foundation’s efforts over six years, to aid thousands around the world. Those funds have allowed the Foundation to:
- Provide over 6.2 million meals through its partnership with the Children's Hunger Fund
- Support health education programs, food donations and home construction
- Supply $6.3 million in Usanimals children’s multivitamins
- Donate nearly $6 million to feed hungry children and provide aid in disaster relief globally
“The WTA is very proud to again contribute $25,000 to the USANA True Health Foundation,” stated WTA CEO and Chairman Steve Simon. “Our partnership with USANA and their Foundation provides for the ability to support many impactful opportunities that support education, hunger, disaster relief and other key humanitarian needs.”
USANA is one of the WTA’s global premier partners and has served as the Official Health Supplement Supplier for the WTA for the past ten years. Since 2006, the company has provided its high-quality nutritional supplements, protein bars and protein shakes to more than 200 WTA players.