Isagenix delivers food for local non-profits

Special to The Sun
Isagenix International's local Florida independent distributors, Julia and Jay Johnson, arranged the delivery of 10 pallets of food relief for Hurricane Michael victims to both Food For Thought and the Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO]

Isagenix International, a global health and wellness company based in Arizona, came to the table for Hurricane Michael disaster relief.

Their independent distributors in Florida, Julia and Jay Johnson of Walton County, oversaw the delivery of 10 pallets of 30,000 IsaLean bars, a nutritious quick meal, and 9,900 Whey Thin high protein snacks, to two non-profit organizations in the area, the Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center and Food For Thought.

“We would like to share our deepest concerns and prayers for those impacted by Hurricane Michael,” said Julia Johnson. “Contribution is a core value of Isagenix, and Jay and I are honored to partner with them and help with the relief. As the effort is truly just beginning, this generous donation is going to help nourish countless people.”

Local Walton County residents Jim Pierce, an investor and board member of Isagenix, and his wife Tammy, who is also president of the neighboring Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, were behind securing this generous donation from Isagenix to help the two non-profits struggling in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.

Tiffany Nelson, founder and CEO of Food For Thought, and Lori Allen, CEO and executive director of the Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, are both dealing with many issues with not only their clientele, but their staff, too, who have experienced many set-backs in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. The shortage and availability of food certainly is one of the issues children and adults are dealing with every day.

For further information on either of the organizations and how you might help, visit and