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Vitamin Angels: Saving The Life Of A Child

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Howard Schiffer is the founder and president of Vitamin Angels which provides vitamins to thousands of poor children, pregnant women and new mothers all over the world. He just came back from the Philippines just five days before the typhoon hit.

He chats with Good Day LA about his trip there and how he has helped the thousands of people from all over the world. Howard also talks about "Give Childhood," Vitamin Angels' holiday campaign. This helps kids in the Philippines, the US and in 50 countries around the world the chance to survive through childhood. One surprising statistic: 3.1 million children around the world are suffering from malnutrition, and Vitamin Angels can help save a child's life for as little as 25 cents.

Want to donate? Steve Edwards offered to match Good Day LA viewers donations.

For more details about Vitamin Angels, you can check out their website. http://www.vitaminangels.org/

For their holiday campaign, check out http://givechildhood.vitaminangels.org/

And on social media:

Vitamin Angels on Facebook

Follow Vitamin Angels on Twitter: @vitaminangels

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