Herbalife Nutrition just announced that yet another generous donation of their Herbalife Nutrition Protein Deluxe Bars would be donated by the company to 120 blood donation centers across the United States. These blood drive centers are run by the American Red Cross, and over 280,000 of these tasty and satisfying bars will be donated.
Their generous donation is worth a staggering half a million dollars, and this is the fourth consecutive year that Herbalife has generously given this gift. Herbalife Nutrition is well-known for their Formula 1 protein shakes as well as its Herbalife24 sports drink. The company has been working with the Red Cross in order to combine their efforts for many decades, and they will continue to do so.
Herbalife Nutrition’s protein bars are high in many nutrients including vitamin B6 and riboflavin which are both very important for bringing up the red blood cell count. They’re a great way to get donators a boost after donating a pint of their blood. They are also a kind of thank you to all those who donate their time as well as their blood to help others.
Herbalife Nutrition’s involved in many other efforts to help those in the community. The company has hosted over 50 blood drives at its offices and with its Herbalife Nutrition mobile blood drive that operates in California. It’s estimated that because of their efforts it’s been possible to save as many as 25,000 lives every single year.
The company also encourages its employees and customers to donate their blood as well. There are over 8,000 employees at Herbalife Nutrition, and there are over three million distributors. They also have millions of customers. In 2015, the company recruited 25,000 blood donors from their employee and distributers pool at the Herbalife Nutrition Extravaganza that they hosted in St. Lois, Missouri.
They were there when the California wildfires got out of control, and they were there in the aftermath of the hurricanes that hit hard in the southeastern part of the United States.
Herbalife Nutrition has also participated in the Missing Types Campaign put on by The American Red Cross. This campaign raised awareness about the different blood types and which ones are the most sought-after in order to save lives. Because of their combined efforts with the American Red Cross, many people are able to stay alive and to have a second chance at life.