Source: Salt Lake Tribune 3/29/2008

XanGo Donates 75K to Childrens Organization

* $10,000 to Milford High School, donated by AARP Utah. * $70,000 to The Road Home homeless shelter, donated by Draper-based DAZ 3D, a software company. * $3.7 million to organizations in Utah donated by Wal-Mart. * $140,000 to Bank of American Fork and Rural Housing Development Corp. to fund affordable housing in Utah County, donated by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle. * $1,897 to Whittier Elementary in Salt Lake City donated by AXA Advisors. * $3,500 to the Maliheh Free Clinic and $3,500 to the Utah Foster Care Foundation, donated by the employees and owners of Foothill Family Clinic. * $75,000 to the Children's Organ Transplant Association, donated by supplement company Xango. recognizes businesses giving to those in need. To include your business, contact Brianna Lange at 257-8756 or

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