An integrative approach to health care seeks to combine the best conventional medical practices with the best complementary strategies to produce the most tangible patient benefits. It does not serve as a replacement or alternative to standard of care treatment, but works synergistically to provide additional benefits to the patient. Standard of care medical practices are designed to treat or manage specific disease conditions. For example, many pharmaceutical drugs alter physiological functions or inhibit biochemical pathways in the body to address disease conditions. Nutritional supplements, on the other hand, are designed to support the body’s normal functions for repair and the regeneration of healthy cells.
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More than 9,000 children have participated in the Hope program.
At the core of our strategy for integrative health are the discovery and development of a new category of nutrients, called glyconutrients. Glyconutrients provide a unique set of nutritional building blocks for supporting the body’s normal recovery processes. Research has shown that glyconutrients can support the various functions of the immune system that are necessary to help achieve best patient outcomes.
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Sponsorship and Funding
The Hope program works hand-in-hand with sponsors in providing nutritional products to children in need. This program runs for a six-month period. After the first six months, sponsors may renew their participation in the program.
Sponsorship can come from many different sources such as parents, family, friends, coworkers, churches, schools, local businesses and fundraising efforts. Donations can be made by check, credit card or electronic bank withdrawal. We offer auto-renewal for those sponsoring by credit card or electronic bank withdrawal. Generally, donations for sponsorship are tax deductible.
During the six month program each child receives three shipments, one shipment every two months, which includes a 60 day supply of nutritional support. All nutritional products are shipped directly to the child’s address and may only be consumed by the child enrolled in the Hope program.
MannaRelief only ships to US and Canadian contacts and addresses. If the recipient lives in a country other than the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa, someone within the US or Canada must be responsible for receiving the product from MannaRelief and then shipping the product to the child and their country of residence.
Progress reports are due every six months describing the current condition of the children. Photos of the children are also encouraged.
Download brochures and other materials designed to promote the Hope program and help fundraise for children in need of sponsorship.
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