Giving back is a corner stone to my business. Every month Vitamin Patch Club is afforded the opportunity to share what and where we have given back to.
This month was no exception. As always @vitaminpatchclubdoes our part to allocate awareness, money or time to three various causes.
This month we were able to offer some support to @muttscouts a fantastic organization in LA that is a a Non Profit dog rescue. We were inspired to support them and made aware of them through my friend @erikaschaefer_who is always fostering a small pack of Mutts. Thank you to Mutt Scouts and Erika for the inspiration.
We also supported a fund raiser that another friend of mine was involved in for The Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. The Hospital for Sick Kids Toronto is Canada’s most research-intensive and the largest center dedicated to improving the lives of children in Canada.
The final charity that we supported was one we have been involved in for over a year now. Our good friend @khloe has need an incredible ambassador for @autismspeaks and leads #teamjames for numerous walks a year to raise funds for Autism Awareness. We are always happy to lend our support whenever Khloë calls.
Lastly we need to always thank you our customers. With the commitment you have to improving your own health and wearing your vitamins we are able to give back each and every month.
Thank you for you support and as always I wish you continued success in reaching your goals.
Shane Griffin CNP ROHP
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