Sam's Club's Simply Right brand donates $500K to vitamin program for the needy

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Sam's Club, via its Simply Right wellness brand, has donated $500,000 to Vitamin Angels, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing availability, access and use of micronutrients among at-risk populations in need. The monetary donation will help Vitamin Angels expand their efforts to reach at-risk children age five and under with vitamin A and daily multivitamins and pregnant or breastfeeding women with prenatal vitamins around the world and domestically.

"Sam's Club is committed to supporting health and wellness awareness, chronic disease prevention and quality solutions for our members, families and communities," said Jill Turner Mitchael, svp health and wellness at Sam's Club. "For 50 cents a year, Vitamin Angels can provide the two doses of vitamin A per year that a child needs to encourage good eye health and vision. When we learned about Vitamin Angels, our team knew it was 'simply right' to extend Sam's Club dedication to health to as many at-risk children and mothers as possible"

Sam's Club's Simply Right private brand includes vitamins and supplements, baby care products, health and beauty aids and pet care products.