Dietary supplement brand Nature Made (West Hills, CA) has launched a new campaign to support American teachers, donating both classroom cash and immune support dietary supplements to help teachers to strengthen their own health, especially in light of the current pandemic. The new #TeachHealthy campaign follows similar campaigns launched by Nature Made last year to help nurse practitioners and frontline pharmacists.
The new #TeachHealthy campaign will donate over 7 million servings of Nature Made immune support products to teachers, including the company’s ImmuneMAX and Vitamin C gummy supplements. It will also provide $ 2 million to more than 13,000 teachers to fund teacher applications for classroom projects carried out through DonorsChoose, a non-profit education organization. DonorsChoose supports public schools by gaining support for classroom resources and experiences. Nature Made will also match external donations made to the program. More information is available here.
“The #TeachHealthy campaign is our way of thanking teachers for the central role they play in training the next generation by making their health a priority and ensuring they have the tools to teach in a healthy learning environment, ”said Rhonda Hoffman, chief marketing officer. officer, Pharmavite, the makers of Nature Made, in a press release. “Our business purpose of bringing the gift of health to life is what drives everything we do, and we’re so proud to see it come to life through this campaign. “
Promoting health and well-being in schools is one of Nature Made’s missions. In 2020, the company donated $ 1 million to the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Grab & Go food aid program, among other initiatives.