Giving to those in need has been a part of the XANGO culture, philosophy and way of life since the very beginning. It’s also something we like to recognize. The XANGO Meal Pack program is a simple way for Distributors to give back and inspire others to do the same. Through participation in the XANGO Meal Pack program Distributors will bring Life, Hope, Health and Goodness to those who need it most.
Distributors who consistently contribute to the Meal Pack program by purchasing meal packs, and who inspire others to do so as well, will be awarded the title of “Emissary.” There are four levels of Emissary that can be achieved, each corresponding to the different levels of participation in the Meal Pack program and qualifying for recognition from XANGO that includes a beautiful, handmade artifact crafted by artists from areas that benefit from the Meal Pack program.
Donate 600 PV in XANGO Meal Packs within a period of 12 months to achieve the title of Emissary of Life. You’ll be recognized online, and with a pin and a certificate of recognition.
Maintain 100 PV of XANGO Meal Packs on auto ship for 12 consecutive months to achieve the title of Emissary of Hope. You’ll be recognized with a handmade artifact, a pin and a certificate of recognition.
Emissary of Hope Details: In the Akan language we say, 'mo moyen nkuta wiase se kosua,' which means 'hold the world gently in our hands like an egg.' This teaches us that we should not fight or we shall destroy it. Rather, we should unite and raise our world higher," encourages artist Eric Darko. His sage vision for world peace finds expression in this remarkable sculpture, which he expertly carves of local sese wood.
Qualify personally (or as Distributorship) as an Emissary of Hope and inspire three personally sponsored Distributorships to reach a level of Emissary of Life. You’ll be recognized with a handmade artifact, a pin and a certificate of recognition.
Emissary of Health Details: Lacy motifs in classic jali or openwork surround delicate floral bouquets. Masterfully carving kadam wood, Suresh Garg creates an exquisite jewelry box. It emulates the coffers that once held royal treasures. A wooden knob operates the latch. The making of these beautiful boxes requires a lot of patience, devotion and concentration as intricate handwork is done. The process of making this box serves as a metaphor for the difference each of us can make in the lives of those in need, changing lives one person, one day at a time.
Qualify personally or as a Distributorship as an Emissary of Hope and inspire three personally sponsored distributorships to reach the level of Emissary of Hope. You’ll be recognized with a handmade artifact, a pin and a certificate of recognition.
Emissary of Goodness Details: The Akans call it Nyansapow, "Wisdom Knot." In Ghana, tradition says that if you will undo a knot a wise man made, be sure you are at least as wise or wiser. Skillfully carved from red wood by Nana Frimpong, this stately stool portrays oneness among the chief, his elders and his people. Frimpong is the chief carver for Otumfour, the King of Ashanti.