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Sprouts Helping Needy Kids Get Vitamins

For the third consecutive year, Sprouts Farmers Market is partnering with the nonprofit Vitamin Angels to support health and nutrition for children.

Sprouts aims to help connect 1 million undernourished children with nutrients through in-store campaigns at more than 210 locations in August and October. The partnership has provided vitamins to more than 400,000 at-risk children over the last two years.

Through Aug. 26, Sprouts customers can purchase any product tagged with an angel and 25 cents will be donated to give an at-risk child life-changing vitamins. Guests can choose from more than 1,000 vitamins and supplements in the store from 63 participating brands. Additionally, Sprouts is matching up to $10,000 worth of donations made through the promotion to Vitamin Angels.

The second in-store fundraiser, a register round-up, will be held for a week in October. At checkout, participants can simply ask to have their purchases rounded up to the nearest dollar, or make a $1, $5 or $10 donation.All funds raised in both promotions will be donated to Vitamin Angels.

“The synergy between the culture at Sprouts and Vitamin Angels makes this partnership truly special. We value Sprouts’ commitment in their recent visit to Haiti and their fundraising to help improve the lives of many at-risk children,” said Howard Schiffer, president and founder of Vitamin Angels.

Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market offers fresh, natural and organic foods at more than 200 stores in 13 states. 

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