Online Shopping = Support for Vitamin Relief USA

Purchases Can Help Fund Free Vitamins for Poor Children

Ojai, CA – Everyone is invited to explore and shop at Vitamin Relief USA’s (VRUSA) new online mall located at where a portion of each sale benefits VRUSA’s award-winning children’s programs.

Shoppers can choose from millions of products and services from over one thousand e-stores such as Macys, Target, Verizon, OfficeMax, and Radisson Hotels. VRUSA’s online mall is a team effort between Vitamin Relief USA and Shop of Charity Day, Inc., the largest mall online.

“Through the support of thousands of participating merchants, prices for products are quite competitive and the weekly e-specials offered at our e-mall are much lower in price than in the brick and mortar stores and other websites. We are very excited by this new fundraising initiative and encourage everyone to give it a try,” says Michael Morton, Vitamin Relief USA’s Executive Director.

Vitamin Relief USA’s online mall at is safe and easy to use. It requires no registration. All purchases are made through the secure portals of the individual stores.

“This 21st century method of fundraising is a great opportunity for consumers. Anyone can now improve the lives of undernourished children just by making their purchases online for the products and services they use everyday,” continues Morton.

This year Vitamin Relief USA will provide over 18 million supplements to those in need including daily vitamins for 28,000 children at-risk for malnutrition at over 550 locations throughout 39 states. Every $36.50 of profits raised provides an at-risk child with daily multi-vitamins for an entire year.

Vitamin Relief USA is a tax-exempt, 501 ( c ) 3 non-profit organization committed to improving the health status of children and seniors at risk for malnutrition through vitamin supplementation. To donate to Vitamin Relief USA or for further information, please call 805-715-2693, or log onto .


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