Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation
has signed on as a corporate sponsor of Better Days 2020, a state-wide, multi-channel campaign that will coincide with the 150th anniversary of Utah women being first to vote in the modern nation and the 100th national anniversary of the right of women to vote. The campaign is comprised of strategic educational, legislative and creative initiatives, which include projects such as the development of a Utah women’s history curriculum for 4th, 7th and 11th grades, with a pilot underway in the Jordan School District scheduled for February 2018; a historic walking tour of significant suffragist sites supported by the Salt Lake City Mayor; the commission of a Martha Hughes Cannon statue for the US Capitol; and management efforts with Utah’s federal delegation to pass a bipartisan US Senate resolution giving Salt Lake City, Utah its rightful claim as a major player in the suffrage movement; among other key projects.
“We are extremely honored to partner with the Better Days 2020 campaign, and particularly to sponsor the children’s curriculum development that will be taught in Utah Schools,” said Nu Skin SVP-public affairs Ruth Todd. “We hope teaching our boys and girls the history of great women in Utah’s early days of statehood will enlarge their understanding and enrich their own desires to become engaged future citizens of this great state.”