Novembers Giving Back
A message from our founder
Shane Griffin CNP
I just noticed that I got ahead of myself in mentioning December’s @vitaminpatchclub charitable initiatives I forgot to recap last months.
We took on a lot at VPC last month, well because we could. We supported the #firstresponders to the #Woolseyfires for multiple days with operation hydration. We then focused on the families by gathering items for the families affected by the disaster with @americanredcross .
The momentum was in full swing for the fires so we shifted our attention to the less fortunate. Namely @trinaskids and @themidnightmission by supporting with time and food at both locations.
And last but not least a dear friend of mine Terri-Lynn in lieu of her birthday set up a fundraiser for @childrensla and VitaminPatchClub chipped in a little there.
Look this is not grandstanding it is pure, I believe in my core that to succeed in anything one must take stock in what they have, and support those that don’t. My business makes the best transdermal patches in the world and I stand by that alone but I also believe that in today’s time we need to start caring more abundantly for those that need it.
I designed VPC with the sole goal of being able to donate time, awareness and money to the tune of $1,000,000.00 a month and we will get there. Day by day, Patch by Patch.
I couldn’t do any of this without our customers tho. You guys are the reason we are able to #makeanimpact and #giveback . The most important messages I receive daily are that I have inspired someone to #domore that is my #purpose and #passion. And I thank you for coming along for the ride!
Shane Griffin CNP
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