Help celebrate our 5th birthday

The Power of 5 Campaign has been fighting childhood malnutrition since 2014. With your help, hundreds of thousands of children around the world are now growing up with healthier brains and bodies.

We thank you and encourage you to stay with us for the next 5 years. Join us by spreading the word that childhood malnutrition is preventable – and by donating to help more kids survive, thrive and grow. How many kids can you help?

Join Amway in the fight against childhood malnutrition

Together, we can help more malnourished children survive, thrive and grow.

Join Amway in the fight against childhood malnutrition

Together, we can help more malnourished children survive, thrive and grow

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Our global impact

Around the world, Amway is helping thousands of malnourished children in 15 countries with help from 24 distribution partners. Here are the stories of children and families who are part of the program.

How do we impact the world?

How do we impact the world?

The Power of 5 Campaign is built to accommodate partnerships because we’re fighting a big global issue – childhood malnutrition – and no single group can do it all.

Amway Vietnam’s plan to support more than 85,000 malnourished children

Amway Vietnam’s plan to support more than 85,000 malnourished children

The Power of 5 Campaign is supported by many people and organizations around the world. Together, we’re fighting childhood malnutrition by partnering with local groups that provide food and other resources to help malnourished children up to age 5 get the nutrients they need for healthy development of their brains and bodies.

Learn how Amway is using our expertise to benefit people and the planet

Learn how Amway is using our expertise to benefit people and the planet

As Amway co-founder Rich DeVos once explained, “We believe it is essential to be more than a corporation that simply makes or markets stuff. To remain viable, we know we must first improve the well-being of people around the world.”