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OVER 3 MILLION MEALS DONATED AND COUNTING

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Our Commitment to Community and Charities

every order helps a charitable cause

How We Give

When you join the BioTrust Tribe, you commit to supporting our mission to give back in big ways through top-rated, life-changing charities. Thanks to our many loyal customers, we're extremely proud and grateful to support these amazing charities and nonprofit organizations that support our ongoing mission to help children, families, and communities in need across the globe live better, healthier lives.

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Make-a-wish foundation

Make-A-Wish® is committed to creating life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. BioTrust has proudly supported Make-A-Wish® for 5 years, and during that time, the BioTrust Tribe has donated over $1.6 million dollars and helped grant more than 185 wishes, which have proven physical and emotional benefits that can give children with life-threatening medical conditions a higher chance of survival.

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No Kid Hungry

1 in 6 kids in America doesn't get the food they need every day. No Kid Hungry® aims to change that by ensuring that all children have a life free of hunger. For every order placed, BioTrust donates a meal to a hungry child through the No Kid Hungry campaign. The combined support of BioTrust and our valuable customers has provided over 3 million nutritious meals to kids in need through No Kid Hungry.

Our Other Charitable Partners Include

Water.org

BioTrust has proudly teamed up with Water.org to help provide clean water and sanitation for economically challenged folks who don't have access to safe water.

Pencils for Promise

Through Pencils of Promise, BioTrust has helped build two schools and provide quality educational programming to increase literacy rates for underprivileged children in Laos.

Toys for Tots

Each year, BioTrust participates in the annual Toys for Tots event in Denver, Colorado, purchasing thousands of dollars of toys for children whose parents can't afford to buy them gifts.