NUTRITIONAL THERAPY CORPORATION SPC
Social Purpose Report
Of the Board of Directors
April 30, 2021
This Report is provided to the Shareholders pursuant to RCW 23B.25.150:
Social PurposeIn pursuing its business and activities, Nutritional Therapy Association SPC (“NTA”) is required to carry out its business purposes in a manner intended to promote positive short-term or long-term effects of, or minimize adverse short-term or long-term effects of, the corporation’s activities upon any or all of (1) the corporation’s employees, suppliers, or customers; (2) the local, state, national, or world community; or (3) the environment.
NTA has identified these specific social purposes, as published in NTA’s Articles of Amendment filed with the Washington Secretary of State on 7/1/2019:
At the NTA, we strive to promote our social purpose both in and out of the classroom. Our social media channels, marketing, instructional approach, as well as our curriculum and continued education materials are all central tools by which we support and grow these purposes. Throughout 2020 and into 2021, our focus has been to promote social awareness around how diet can directly change the lives of our students, and subsequently how they can impact the lives of individuals in their sphere of influence. Our curriculum and business practices are continually under review to ensure the embodiment of these values and purposes. In the past year, we have made quality improvements in these areas based on graduate, employee, and student feedback.
A high-level list of these improvements:
Bio-individuality is the driving force of our program, which creates an understanding of the beautiful uniqueness of each person while addressing and honoring their individual needs. In the future, we will continue investing in our infrastructure and offerings to provide a more accessible program for everyone interested in learning the important nutritional foundations of which the NTA was built upon.