Thriving Nations helps families and communities around the world by teaching them essential agricultural techniques and economic principles. These important lessons improve individuals' lives and expand their opportunities. As the participants learn and develop, they become self-reliant, thus increasing their joy and prosperity. The lessons they learn with Thriving Nations will empower them to create better lives for themselves and generations to come.

About Thriving Nations

Thrive Life specializes in premium freeze dried and dehydrated foods, food rotation, and emergency preparedness products. Through superior products and sound education, Thrive Life empowers people to become self-reliant, prosperous, and charitable. We strive to help families prepare for whatever tomorrow may bring, allowing them to feel confident if disaster strikes. We believe that helping individuals become self-reliant will allow them to improve their lives and increase their happiness. Thriving Nations, our corporate charity, was created to help individuals throughout the world achieve this same goal. Five percent of all THRIVE profits go directly towards helping the participants of the Thriving Nations programs. We believe that with the proper education, training, and support that people even in the most impoverished nations can become self-reliant. With Thriving Nations, they will learn to prepare for the future and to thrive in the present.


We partner with respected charitable organizations who work to bring families to nutritional and economic self-sufficiency through education, training, and research.

People & Projects

Ecuador, Small Scale Agriculture
This project will reach 50 village families in Ibarra, Ecuador. Thriving Nations has partnered with The Institute of Self Reliant Agriculture and local universities to provide support and education to the participants. We teach the families proper farming techniques, so that they can grow their own farms, feed their children, and strengthen the entire community.

Cambodia, Rice Production
This project spans approximately 100 rural villages throughout Cambodia. 3,500 families are currently participating in the project. Participants will receive training about how to increase their annual rice yields. To date, these families have increased rice production by 279%.

Dominican Republic, Food Project
Approximately 1,000 subsistence farm families are participating in this project to increase food production. They have built 2.5 miles of irrigation pipeline to provide water for family farms, so they can grow indigenous crops such as avocados, mangoes, and bananas.

Mexico, Gardening Project
Six communities are participating in this project. They are developing demonstration gardens where poor families can learn to grow vegetables. Families that want to participate, work as volunteers in the community garden and then receive several containers of vegetable seeds to get started on their own.

Colombia, Family Gardening Project
A local university in Popayan, Colombia has provided land for a demonstration garden and classes where families can receive hands-on and classroom gardening instruction.