USPlabs Continues Charitable Support of Vitamin Angels Charity
Each Dollar Donated Can Help Save Four Lives; Vitamin Angels to Match Latest Donation
DALLAS, Jan. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — USPlabs, maker of the popular Jack3d and OxyElite Pro nutritional supplements, is proud to announce its latest donation of $25,000 to Vitamin Angels, a non-profit organization connecting essential nutrients with at-risk populations worldwide. USPlabs’ donation will be matched dollar for dollar thanks to the sponsors of Vitamin Angels’ 100 Days of Giving campaign.
Vitamin Angels’ is dedicated to reducing child mortality around the world by making essential nutrients available to infants and children under five. Each dollar donated to by the Vitamin Angels can help save the lives of four children.
USPlabs has been a regular donor to Vitamin Angels; to date, they have donated more than $125,000, which is helping save the lives of more than 600,000 at-risk infants and young children. Vitamin Angels’ 100 Days of Giving sponsors are graciously matching USPlabs’ latest donation dollar-for-dollar; the total contribution of $50,000 will play a part in improving the health of 200,000 children around the world.
In 2011, Vitamin Angels connected over 24,000,000 children in 40 countries, including the U.S., with the vital nutrients they need as a foundation for good health. “USPlabs is a wonderful supporter of Vitamin Angels,” said Howard Schiffer, Founder and President of Vitamin Angels. He continued, “USPlabs’ commitment to making this world a healthier place is helping Vitamin Angels reach an additional 200,000 children. We truly appreciate their ongoing dedication to helping children in need lead meaningful and productive lives.”
“We take our commitment to helping improve children’s’ lives very seriously, especially at this time of year, when the spirit of giving should be most abundant,” said USPlabs CEO Jacob Geissler. “The efforts of the extraordinary Vitamin Angels organization are inspiring, and we will continue to dedicate whatever support is necessary to their mission for many years to come.”