Volunteers Celebrate First Annual Service Impact Week In Tennessee and Utah

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Meal kits for food-insecure areas In collaboration with the US Hunger project, ASEA associates and field leaders attending the 2021 North America Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, assembled 40,000 meal kits in honor of Verdis Norton’s birthday and the annual ASEA Impact Week of service.  The ASEA Advancing Life Foundation worked with the Feeding America Foundation […]

ASEA Employees Assemble Backpacks for Utah Refugee Children

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In partnership with Utah Refugee Connection, the Advancing Life Foundation hosted a service project at ASEA corporate headquarters that will provide school supplies to child refugees in need. With over 65,000 refugees living in the state of Utah, these much-needed supplies will aid families who otherwise wouldn’t be able to get their children ready for […]

Pure and Helpful to Others: Why Rose Mary Skinner Volunteers

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With her Hispanic heritage, Rose Mary Skinner is passionate about helping those in Acambay region of central Mexico in the community of La Rincon, to be independent and successful. When she heard about the ASEA® Advancing Life Foundation’s first expedition to Mexico, she was excited to be working side –by side with locals to improve their lives. The foundation hosts service expeditions every year to aid those in need. Rose Mary has been to both Mexico and Ecuador to aid […]

Supporting Surging Food Needs in Southeast Asia and Central America

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For the past six months, the ASEA Advancing Life Foundation has worked with Global Foodbanking Network to help feed families in Southeast Asia and Central America. These needs have grown exponentially during the pandemic. Thankfully, many local organizations have stepped up and banded together to meet the rising needs. We are grateful for their efforts […]

Culinary Certification Course Now Offered at Inta-Kara Advancing Life Center

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A year after the first certificate courses started at the Inta-Kara Advancing Life Center, students are now getting ready for a new culinary vocational course. Providing new opportunities and expanding the skills of folks looking to earn more money for their families, the two-month culinary class allows students to learn good manufacturing practices (GMP) for […]