Heart Strong—Committed to Caring
From the very beginning, E. EXCEL has been committed to making a difference in the world. While E. EXCEL products certainly make a difference in people’s health, our E. EXCEL Distributors and employees have shown their caring hearts by looking for opportunities to serve throughout our 30-year history.
During the past three decades, E. Excellers have raised money for food banks, nonprofit organizations, cancer and heart associations, and other groups that are dedicated to helping people live healthier and happier lives. Our Distributors have joined together in company-wide philanthropic efforts, as well as working on local levels to help organizations in their own communities.
E. EXCEL employees have consistently volunteered and served in their own communities as well. For years, E. EXCEL has sponsored a local elementary school in Utah, where the Corporate Office is located, donating food, money, and supplies to help and support children in need. In addition, employees have donated blood, organized and hosted events at community nursing homes, and sponsored Sub-for-Santa projects.
This commitment to service comes from E. EXCEL founder Dr. Jau-Fei Chen herself. Her desire to change lives is what inspired her to create E. EXCEL 30 years ago, and that desire continues to motivate her to support causes that help others. She is a proud sponsor of the China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe, as well as other philanthropic and service organizations. In 1997, Dr. Chen was named one of the Ten Outstanding Young Americans based, in part, on her achievement in philanthropic contributions and voluntary service.
“Dr. Chen has set an inspiring example of caring for all of us,” says E. EXCEL COO and senior vice president Gary Takagi. “As a company, we strive to follow her example by giving back to communities throughout North America. Our corporate office has adopted Sandy Elementary School in Sandy, Utah, and staff members in our offices in Sandy, Toronto, and Vancouver are all active participants in the communities in which they live. We are proud to work together to care for others.”