Sunrise, FL--Rainbow Light, a developer of vitamins and supplements, is honoring 25 years of working with Vitamin Angels, a global public health organization that distributes vitamins to at-risk women and children worldwide, to protect families from malnutrition by organizing 25 Vitamin Drops in underserved communities in the United States, according to a press release.
The release states that this effort will kick off on April 30 at the Inglewood, CA-based nonprofit clinic Claris Health and will be attended by actress, activist, supporter of women’s health and entrepreneur Jamie King.
25 Vitamin Drops will continue on through June by going to 24 cities from coast to coast and donating essential vitamins to women and families in need of nutrition.
The release states that in addition to the drops organization, with every share of the Rainbow Light Shine Your Light campaign on social media along with every bottle of Rainbow Light Women’s One and Prenatal One Multivitamins purchased from May 1- June 30, Rainbow Light will donate a portion of the purchase direction to Vitamin Angels for a total of up to $25,000.
"Since 1994, Rainbow Light has been a founding partner and steadfast supporter of our mission," Howard Schiffer, founder of Vitamin Angels stated. "While we have achieved so much together over the last 25 years, we know there is still more work to be done in the fight against malnutrition. We are grateful for Rainbow Light's commitment to improve the lives of at-risk mothers and children around the world and look forward to continuing to make a significant impact in global public health together."