Charitable Giving Announcements

The Wentz Living Center

February 2023

Dr. Wentz is excited about the creation of a senior living center in his hometown of Napoleon, North Dakota. This welcoming and restful facility will consist of assisted living and nursing home accommodations, sunrooms, chapel and multi-purpose room, guest visitation areas, and all-inclusive dining and dietary services. The center will also have a medical clinic, 24-hour nursing, restorative therapy, chiropractic, massage, and wellness services. This innovative state-of-the-art facility is intended to be a model for assisted living and care for the elderly.

Some of the many facility features will include:

  • Geothermal heating and cooling
  • Air and RO water purification
  • Heated flooring
  • Therapy baths
  • Unique infection control capabilities

North Central College

October 2021

The Dr. Myron Wentz Center for Health Sciences & Engineering was dedicated on October 7, 2021 at his alma mater, North Central College, in Naperville, Illinois. This technologically advanced facility will help expand North Central’s already robust health care occupations and engineering programs. To learn more about this facility.

Visit our North Central College page

Hurricane Relief

May 2021

Children’s Hunger Fund

The Wentz Foundation directed $50,000 toward CHF’s Honduras and Guatemala Mercy Network disaster relief efforts in the wake of the terrible hurricanes which decimated the area.

Download the Hurricane Relief Report
The Cornerstone Foundation

At the recommendation of one of Dr. Wentz’s USANA Vision award winners (Dr. Steve Hryszczuk) the Wentz Foundation sent $20,000 to assist with The Cornerstone Foundation’s relief efforts (through the Loma de Luz Honduras Hurricane Relief).

Learn more about The Cornerstone Foundation

Dr. Myron Wentz Legacy Initiative

August 2020

In August of 2020, Dr. Wentz established a Legacy Initiative with the Children’s Hunger Fund. The Legacy Initiative includes a gift of $50 million over a period of 9 years to support CHF’s 2030 Growth Initiative. The Legacy Gift will enable significant expansion of CHF’s programs currently serving orphans and impoverished children and their families in 25 countries.

Read the full announcement

COVID-19 Response Efforts

May 2020

In support of Children’s Hunger Fund’s global response plan to provide emergency food and medical assistance to orphans and impoverished children severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Wentz provided CHF with $2M to benefit the communities throughout CHF’s Mercy Networks.