Women’s History Month is coming to an end…

But that doesn’t mean that we just move on. There is more to be done!

We understand that there is a lot of turmoil in the world at the moment. Some people are opening up their wallets to donate to causes they care about, and others are donating lightly used clothes. Some prefer to donate non-perishable foods or medical supplies. 

Today, I’m here for those of you who have no idea where you’d like to donate. For the rest of the month, I’ve decided to donate a small amount to each of the following organizations. That’s because, during Women’s History Month, a lot of organizations are matching donations made in March. There is only a week left in the month, so we don’t expect everyone to have the funds available to donate right now. However, I encourage you to read through this email to find out how your small donation can get you a free bottle of Women’s Multivitamin Gummies!

The following are some of the charities I’ve researched that I think are worthy of a donation big or small. Keep in mind, if these are not your number one choices, you can donate to a cause close to you that helps girls and women in need. A great example of this would be our partner Vitamin Angels. We contribute to their cause every year because we believe that the work they do can support a child’s healthy start, and can help the avoir the cycle of poverty, poor health, and adverse well-being across generations.

I’ve split this up into 4 different categories so that you can look at what interests you most. Let’s get into it! 


  • The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED)
    • CAMFED is tackling poverty and inequality by supporting girls to go to school. This organizations helps those in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa, specifically Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, Tanzania, and Malawi. They’ve supported over 3.3 million students to attend primary and secondary school. On top of that, they’ve supported over 5.7 million children in getting into an improved learning environment!
  • The National Women’s History Museum
    • Their mission is to tell the stories of women who have transformed our nation! The National Women’s History Museum plans on doing that through a growing state-of-the-art online presence and a future physical museum to educate, inspire, empower, shape the future, and provide a complete view of American history. 
  • Student Leadership Network
    • With your support, the Student Leadership Network helps students gain access to resources and develop leadership skills that help prepare them for success in college and beyond. Your donation helps them provide students across the country with life-changing programs that empower them to create cycles of prosperity through education. Their main goal is educational equity.girls on a laptop outside
  • The Kids4Kids (K4K)
    • The Kids4Kids (K4K) Committee works to support the Share & Care Signature Program Educate2Success (E2S). This program creates lasting and sustainable change in India by providing underprivileged children the tools and opportunities they need in order to get the education they deserve.
  • Malala Fund
    • As if this woman hasn’t done enough for the world… then she goes and starts her own Foundation! Malala Fund’s Education Champion Network supports the work of educators and advocates and helps bolster girls’ secondary education around the world. We’re not worthy!


  • National Women’s Law Center
    • Are you looking to fight for Gender Justice and Equity? You’ve come to the right place. The National Women’s Law Center is here to help lead the fight to protect women and girls from sexual violence, defend health care for all, and secure equality in the workplace and in schools. 
  • Girls Not Brides
    • Girls Not Brides is a global network of more than 1,500 civil society organisations from over 100 countries committed to ending child marriage and ensuring girls can reach their full potential. This tradition still occurs in many countries, such as Niger, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, and India. In fact, worldwide, as many as 650 million women alive today married before they turned 18*.girl winking with rainbow makeup on her face
  • Global Fund For Women
    • The Global Fund for Women is a non-profit organization that provides funding for women’s rights initiatives including economic justice, freedom from violence, and sexual rights and health. The organization was founded in 1987 and has since then been fighting for gender equality all around the world.
  • Trans Women Of Color Collective
    • The Trans Women Of Color Collective, otherwise known as TWOCC, is a one of a kind organizing collective that develops and amplifies the leadership of trans women of color so that they can be the writers of their own narratives. TWOCC believes that the voices of those most impacted by structural oppression must be at the forefront of our movement. If you are not aware of the work they are doing, I highly encourage you to take a look!
  • UN Women
    • UN Women is the UN organization delivering programs, policies and standards that uphold women’s human rights and ensure that every woman and girl lives up to her full potential. This includes income security, decent work, gender equality, basic education, and health care. You know… the BARE MINIMUM!


  • Planned Parenthood
    • Though Planned Parenthood is well known, they can still use all the help they can get in their fight to protect women’s reproductive rights and provide affordable sexual health care. From STD and STI screenings and abortion services to breast cancer screening referrals, Planned Parenthood provides many significant services to those in need from children, teens, to adults and seniors.cancer ribbons
  • Breast Cancer Alliance
    • The mission of Breast Cancer Alliance is to improve survival rates and quality of life for those impacted by breast cancer through better prevention, early detection, treatment and cure. To promote these goals, they invest in innovative research, breast surgery fellowships, education, dignified regional support and screening for the underserved.
  • Physicians for Reproductive Health (PRH)
    • Physicians for Reproductive Health  organizes, mobilizes, and amplifies the voices of medical providers to advance sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice. Our programs combine education, advocacy, and strategic communications to ensure access to abortion care and equitable, comprehensive health care. We believe that this work is necessary for all people to live freely, with dignity, safety, and security.


  • Women’s Prison Association
    • The Women’s Prison Association (WPA) empowers women to redefine their lives in the face of injustice and incarceration. They forge pathways toward freedom, safety, andgirl on computer with tutor independence after incarceration, which is extremely important for those who are trying to reintegrate into the real world again. 
  • WINS
    • A donation to WINS ensures they can continue to support the programs supporting women and their families to exit out of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency. Fact: WINS was the only agency offering free goods for individuals and agencies during the COVID shutdown, including those setting up emergency quarantine beds for vulnerable populations.
  • Women Rising
    • Women Rising assists women and their families in achieving self-sufficiency
      to live safe, productive, and fulfilling lives, through social services, economic development, and advocacy services.


I want to thank you for taking the time to get this far into this blog post. I know the Pandemic has taken a lot of energy out of many of us, so reading a blog post about giving even more can be a little Womens multi gummiesoverwhelming.

As a thank you, I want to propose something different! If you donate (any amount) to any of the charities above, we’d love to hear about it! Please email us at support@nutrachamps.com. Send us a screenshot of your donation along with your shipping address and we will send you a free bottle of our Women’s Multivitamin Gummies. 

This giveaway will last until mid-April, specifically April 15th, 2022. If you email up until this date, you will be sent a bottle of our new Women’s Multi Gummies. Men and Women are allowed, all we ask is that you make a donation to any organization that helps Women in any of the categories above: Education, Rights, Health, Social Services.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Alexia Palmeri

Alexia Palmeri is a 28-year-old personal development enthusiast! She looks at life experiences as an opportunity to always learn and grow. Alexia is also a broadcast journalism graduate with a passion and knack for communications and media. She is always on the lookout for new trends on social media and keeps up to date with what's happening in the world. In her free time, Alexia enjoys socializing with family and loved ones, being in nature, cooking nourishing meals, and discovering new places to dine and adventure!

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