Walgreens and Vitamin Angels are Helping Kids in Need


Compensation was provided by Walgreens via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Walgreens.


How many of us can say that we remember to take our vitamins everyday? My husband is pretty good at remembering to take everything he needs daily, but I always have a horrible habit of forgetting. 

A few years back my husband and I started taking a lot of vitamins everyday together. And by a lot, we were taking about 15 each, per day! They were all for different things including heart health, eye health, and energy. So remembering to take vitamins was pretty easy since we both took our vitamins at the same day together. 

When we were taking all those vitamins a few years back, we always bought them from Walgreens. Walgreens has a wide assortment of vitamins and supplements, plus it's right near our house! And to sweeten the deal, All Walgreens Brand Vitamins and Supplements are buy one get one free, of equal or lesser value! So that meant a bottle for me and then one for hubby! 

But I think the best reason to buy vitamins from Walgreens is that they are giving a portion of sales to Vitamin Angels to help 100 million children in the U.S. and abroad get the vitamins they need to live well. Millions of children in the US and around the world are suffering from ‘hidden hunger’, a lack of micronutrients that can lead to disease and even death. And Walgreens has teamed up with Vitamin Angels to help stop that.

For the next 5 months, I will be sharing with you about Vitamin Angels and Walgreens and why you should be buying your vitamins at Walgreens! So be on the lookout for my next post coming in the new year. And make sure when you make your new year's resolutions, buy your new vitamins at Walgreens!

When shopping for vitamins, you might find it useful to know that you can help a child in need with every vitamins or supplements purchase at Walgreens. Millions of children around the world are suffering from ‘hidden hunger’, a lack of micronutrients that can lead to disease and even death. In fact, 45% of all childhood deaths are attributable to under-nutrition. Walgreens is giving a portion of all vitamin retail sales to Vitamin Angels to help 100 million children in the U.S. and abroad get the vitamins they need tolive well.

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