At MannaRelief, we are on a mission to share the love of God by blessing children and people who are at risk around the world by providing advanced immune support designed to improve their health and quality of life.
It all started with the simple act of giving.
In 1997, founders Sam and Linda Caster were financially supporting an orphanage organization based in Romania. When the directors of that organization thanked the Casters for their contribution, they also shared their most significant challenge.
The children they were serving were sick all the time and 30 to 40 children were dying every year from a variety of chronic and infectious diseases.
You could hear the desperation in their voices when the directors said, “If you know anyone that can help us with this problem, please let us know.”
With the world’s most powerful immune optimizing technology (Acemannan) at their fingertips, Sam and Linda donated a one-year supply of this advanced nutritional support.
The results were overwhelming. A year later their caregivers reported that the overall health of their children had dramatically improved and that for the first time in over a decade not one child died in their organization.
Not only did they want another years worth of Acemannan, but every organization they were networked with in the orphanage world wanted to know how they could also get access to this life-saving nutritional extract.
The Casters founded MannaRelief in 1999 to help meet this demand. Over the next 20 years 135 million daily servings of this unique Acemannan extract was provided to children in over 90 countries of the world.
In 2016, one of the original Acemannan patented filers, Dr. Santiago Rodriquez, created a new extracting process that increased the immune optimizing fractions of Acemannan between 400% and 500% per gram. He donated the exclusive rights to this improved Acemannan extract to MannaRelief in support of their global children’s outreach.
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Our Global Footprint
MannaRelief started with one orphanage in Romania. Eleven years later with thousands of people around the world joining together, we’re addressing the problem of malnutrition for children everywhere.