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07/21/2021

Nature’s Truth donates $3.5M worth of vitamins, supplements to 2 charities

Nature’s Truth donated $3.5 million worth of vitamins and supplements to those in need via partnerships with Feed the Hungry and Convoy of Hope. 
David Salazar
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Wellness brand Nature’s Truth has been spending the summer giving back. The Ronkonkoma, N.Y.-based company has given away $3.5 million worth of vitamins and supplements to those in need via partnerships with Feed the Hungry and Convoy of Hope. 

All told, Nature’s Truth has donated more than 420,000 products focused on promoting overall health, including its Sambucus Black Elderberry supplements and Immune Support Gummies. 

“We were humbled and so grateful to have the chance to work with Feed the Hungry and Convoy of Hope in our shared mission of bettering the lives of people everywhere,” said Kimberly Vigliante, Nature’s Truth senior vice president of sales and marketing. “There are many families across America that do not have the disposable income to purchase wellness products to proactively manage their health. I hope we offered at least a little bit of health and a little less worry to those facing trying times.” 

The company donated 190,000 products to Feed the Hungry, with the donation being split between regional partners Blessing of Hope and Georgia Food and Resource Center, which reaches more than 16,000 in 25 counties every week. 

For Convoy of Hope, Nature’s Truth donated 220,000 products for distribution on the organization’s Hope Day event on June 5. For Hope Day, Convoy of Hope held 36 events in cities across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware. The Nature’s Truth products were included in grocery bags filled with items meant to help struggling families. 

“Nature’s Truth is dedicated to improving the health of our Guests of Honor during Hope Day, and we were happy to team up to deliver hope and better health to families,” said Ethan Forhetz, Convoy of Hope vice president of public engagement and national spokesperson. 
 

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