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Traditions of Gratitude

November 24, 2009

Thanksgiving begins the holiday season with traditions of gratitude and giving, gatherings with family and friends and of course, delicious food that we look forward to all year.  However, there are millions of people who are less fortunate, that do not have homes, food or clothing. This year, to celebrate Thanksgiving, Integrative Nutrition will make donations to Habitat for Humanity and Food For The Poor, two organizations that are dedicated to helping others in need.

Habitat for Humanity has built over 300,000 houses around the world, providing more than 1.5 million people in 3,000 communities with safe, decent, affordable shelter.

Food For The Poor is the number one international relief and development charity in the United States, feeding 2 million people every day. Now celebrating its 27th year of operation, Food For The Poor works primarily in 17 countries in the Caribbean, Latin America, as well as the United States, to assist the poorest of the poor.

Integrative Nutrition would like to appreciate our community for all that you do.  We are thankful for all the students who are inspired to change the world, the graduates who are out there making a difference, and our teachers, the leaders in the field of health and wellness. We could never do this without you! We are very happy to assist these organizations in their efforts to help others in need. Please consider making your holiday even more meaningful by making a donation or volunteering your time.  

Wishing you good health and abundance this Thanksgiving!

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