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PROVO -- Nu Skin employees and their families gathered at Provo Tabernacle Park Wednesday to put together school supplies for Utah students.
The volunteers assembled 7,500 school kits filled with supplies for those who can't afford them.
"[It's] a great program because there are people right here in our own city, our own nation, who need help, and we can get them a coat when they're cold. We can get them help right here at home. That's fun too. We aren't just helping people far away," said Nu Skin chairman Blake Roney.
Nu Skin partnered with Kids Cause Foundation to make the kits as part of Nu Skin's 7th annual Force for Good Day.