Our Pledge

Can you imagine not being able to give your child the medical attention it needs? Can you imagine not being able to give them enough clean water or food to survive? Can you imagine your life cut short by AIDS and other life limiting illness? Sadly, that's the reality for millions of families around the globe.

UNICEF offer help to those families, they give hope to the people who would otherwise be a statistic amongst the dead and dying, they teach survival skills and educate those who would otherwise perish, and they inoculate children against killer diseases long wiped out in the West. However, To do this they rely on generous donations and products from companies around the globe.

Kenrico is one of the companies who donate products, in the form of their sap sheets, and cash to the Japanese branch of UNICEF. They understand the importance of giving to those who are less fortunate and have pledged their commitment to helping these people achieve a better standard of living, and health, through their donations.

Kenrico LTD with two GMP, US FDA, TGA certified manufacturing factories located at 1796-6 Kanaya Kawara. Kanaya, Shizuoka 428-0021. Japan & 1738-2 Kikugawa. Shimada, Shizuoka 428-0037. Japan.

UNICEF has a strict selection policy and only products that reach their strict manufacturing guidelines are chosen. Kenrico's products are manufactured to the highest GMP standards and have been rigorously tested to prove their effectiveness. UNICEF recognises this commitment to excellence and chose Kenrico to supply them with their sap sheets. Not content with just giving their foot pads, Kenrico also committed to donating money to UNICEF, enabling them to provide other much needed services to the people who need it most.

Nurman Salim, president of Kenrico, states "we are proud to be able to help the poverty stricken people of the world, via UNICEF, with our donations and look forward to a day when good health is something we can all have, no matter where we live". Just a small amount can make all the difference, so we should all try to follow the example set by Kenrico and give what we can afford to help these families have a better future. Let's make poverty a thing of the past.

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