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Be a Flintstones Vitamin Angel!

by Pennie on December 25, 2012

Did you know that Flintstones Vitamins have been around for over 40 years?  That means that most of today’s parents probably took them when they were kids and are now giving them to their own children!

I know that my daughter took them growing up and I can still hear her singing the jingle “10 million strong and growing”!  During this holiday season, Flintstones Vitamins wants to make 10 Million Stronger.  So they’ve teamed up with Vitamin Angels to launch a charitable initiative aimed at delivering essential vitamin A to 10 million children worldwide suffering from vitamin A deficiency.

To kick off the 10 Million Stronger initiative, FLINTSTONES Vitamins is donating $300,000 to Vitamin Angels to help fund essential vitamin A for more than 1 million children in need, but they brand need your help! You can support 10 Million Stronger by making a donation of 25 cents or more at www.facebook.com/FlintstonesVitamins and spreading the word to your friends and family.

Vitamin A deficiency is a serious health issue for children worldwide, and many may not know that it’s an underlying cause of child mortality and blindness. Two high-dose vitamin A capsules can provide one child with sufficient vitamin A for 12 months. A donation of just 25 cents will protect a child for a year.  There is hardly anything you can do for a quarter any more, much less something so useful.  Donate today!

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jennifer Jordan December 26, 2012 at 10:11 pm

I used to chew Flintstone vitamins when was younger.

2 Karen Medlin December 27, 2012 at 8:37 am

Love a company that gives back to the community.. I agree a quarter does not buy much, but if it can help a child, I will gladly give more quarters to help this cause

3 kelly nicholson December 30, 2012 at 3:45 am

i ate these as a kid..i probably should still take em

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