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MANA Nutrition / Support the Cause

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MANA Nutrition
PO Box 763
Matthews, NC 28105

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So here is what will happen if you donate to get Mana to children in need.

First off, 100% of Mana donations go to product. We don’t use them for other projects or allocate them overhead. It’s straightforward, if you give $50, we use 100% of that donation to make and deliver RUTF. That’s our pledge to all donors.

So here is what will happen if you donate to get Mana to children in need.

First off, 100% of Mana donations go to product. We don’t use them for other projects or allocate them overhead. It’s straightforward, if you give $50, we use 100% of that donation to make and deliver RUTF. That’s our pledge to all donors.

If you give here we will allocate it to a specific project that is being built through the combined small contributions of donors like yourself. As you can see on this page, those projects are clearly defined. So it might be that World Vision has requested product for Afghanistan or that Save the Children has expressed a gap in their supply in Yemen. This means that the above system of UNICEF or USAID providing products through the ministry of health may be delayed or insufficient.

If you give here we will allocate it to a specific project that is being built through the combined small contributions of donors like yourself. As you can see on this page, those projects are clearly defined. So it might be that World Vision has requested product for Afghanistan or that Save the Children has expressed a gap in their supply in Yemen. This means that the above system of UNICEF or USAID providing products through the ministry of health may be delayed or insufficient.

Once you give, you’ll see that particular shipment building towards its founding goal and you’ll see it get fulfilled and sent. Then you’ll be able to check in and track when the product arrives.

Once you give, you’ll see that particular shipment building towards its founding goal and you’ll see it get fulfilled and sent. Then you’ll be able to check in and track when the product arrives.

Explanation of different levels of donations – per case, per palette, per container

  • Case is 150 packets 
  • Pallet is 45 cases
  • 20’ container is 900 cases (20 pallets)
  • 40’ container is ~1305 cases (29 pallets)
  • Current pricing is $48.50 per case

Explanation of different levels of donations – per case, per palette, per container

  • Case is 150 packets 
  • Pallet is 45 cases
  • 20’ container is 900 cases (20 pallets)
  • 40’ container is ~1305 cases (29 pallets)
  • Current pricing is $48.50 per case

Explanation of different levels of donations – per case, per palette, per container

  • Case is 150 packets 
  • Pallet is 45 cases
  • 20’ container is 900 cases (20 pallets)
  • 40’ container is ~1305 cases (29 pallets)
  • Current pricing is $48.50 per case

The cost of goods are not the only thing that make up the cost of getting Mana to children that need it. There is also shipping. Our product immediately goes to the port of Savannah, 140 miles from our plant. From there it boards an ocean-going vessel to its final destination. Your donations help cover this costs as well.

The cost of goods are not the only thing that make up the cost of getting Mana to children that need it. There is also shipping. Our product immediately goes to the port of Savannah, 140 miles from our plant. From there it boards an ocean-going vessel to its final destination. Your donations help cover this costs as well.

Our Sister Companies

We don’t want to limit ourselves by supplying our lifesaving product only to existing markets – we want to create new ones, so that even more children will be fed. At present, the global budget is approximately $120 million per year while the need is closer to $1 billion.

Where will we make up for that huge shortfall? We’re working on it.

We continue to partner with like-minded companies that want to see change for the better –
Good Steps, Peanut Butter Printing, and Read Between the Lines.

In addition, we’ve incubated and spun off two sister companies in the fight against malnutrition.

Active for Good provides solutions that connect getting active with helping severely malnourished children. Convert your burned calories into lifesaving nutrition for children in the developing world.

This organic peanut butter is a collective response to malnutrition. Good Spread harnesses taste buds and purchasing power to help children in need. A portion of product sales will be donated to the ongoing efforts of MANA.