Thursday, January 2, 2014

Spread Nutrition Among Children

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Vitamin Angels Give Childhood for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Having a children is the most valuable gift we received from our Creator. Children are the source of happiness of parents and they will do everything for the sake of their health, education and wealth. But it’s also hard to see other children who experiencing malnutrition due to financial or lack of attention and parenting. Childhood is the best memory we can give to our children but while they are not in good shape we already robbed those moment and neglect their happiness.
Children love to play just like what I experience when I was a kid. I remember back then that we always run and tag our playmates or we often pretend that we are in a classroom while there is a teacher who teaches us basic ABC and those naughty will get in detention. It's fun but because I am one of unfortunate kid who suffers malnutrition back then I always find myself alone in the room or worse in the hospital.
But don’t worry because there is an ongoing campaign group to battle malnutrition in children around the world. Give Childhood back to children in need by visiting Vitamin Angels Give Childhood to make a donation that will help deliver essential vitamins and minerals to at risk children in need. Vitamin supplementation is a simple and cost-effective way to give childhood back to at-risk children. As little as 25 cents will give one child the vitamins he or she needs for the entire year.
To know more of this campaign you can check out the presentation below:

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Your support today will give the gift of childhood to those in need worldwide so please donate now with your help, Vitamin Angels will reach over 40 million children with lifesaving and life changing vitamins and minerals in nearly 50 countries, including the US. 

Vitamin Angels currently supports programs in nearly 50 countries from Africa, to Asia, Latin America and the United States.


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