RONKONKOMA, N.Y. – Pink, the vitamin and supplement brand created by women for women with a cause, was recently awarded the Bronze Partner Award from National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). NBCF recognized Pink for the brand’s continued alliance and generous donations during their first year of partnership in 2020.
“We were pleased to present Pink Vitamins with an NBCF partner award, expressing our gratitude for their 2020 contributions to help those affected by breast cancer,” said Becca Epperley, Director of Partnerships for NBCF. “We look forward to continuing to work alongside the Pink team to bring help and hope to those affected by this disease.”
Pink was the sole matching partner of NBCF for their pivotal final week of October’s ToGetHer campaign, donating $10,000 to the cause “to get her” the care she needs through early detection, education, and support services.
Previously, the Pink team kicked off their partnership with NBCF when they built and donated HOPE Kits to women undergoing breast cancer treatment across the country, providing the recipients with tangible expressions of comfort and encouragement. As a wellness brand built upon the foundation of female empowerment, the women behind Pink remain dedicated to driving breast cancer awareness.
“We are extremely grateful and humbled by this award of recognition from NBCF,” said Kimberly Vigliante, SVP Sales and Marketing. “We are beyond proud to partner with NBCF in our shared mission to empower every woman, everywhere.”
Pink Vitamins are thoughtfully designed and created by women for women on-the-go, with trending ingredients that empower healthy lifestyles. Every Pink supplement is non-GMO, gluten free, and artificial flavor free.