Help2Heal, an innovative first aid company providing families and retailers with a socially responsible option in the first aid category with its “buy one, give one” model, announced the exclusive launch of its adhesive bandage product line in Whole Foods Market throughout the Denver/Boulder metro region. Help2Heal also donated 100,000 adhesive bandages in advance of future sales to Project C.U.R.E. (Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment), a Centennial-based nonprofit delivering health and hope to the world with mission-critical first aid supplies through programs such as Kits for Kids and C.U.R.E. Cargo.
Inspired by Mason Israel, an entrepreneurial 9-year-old who brings first aid supplies to school every day to help friends who get hurt, Help2Heal’s inaugural product line includes 20-unit boxes of high-quality, sterile non latex, adhesive bandages, as well as an 8-unit travel pack. For every adhesive bandage customers buy, Help2Heal donates one to resource-limited communities around the world through its partnership with Project C.U.R.E.
“Project C.U.R.E. is thrilled to partner with Help2Heal in caring for kids and families in need around the world,” said Douglas Jackson, President and CEO of Project C.U.R.E. “Something as simple as a sterile bandage can make the difference between healing and a life threatening infection. This program is a much needed addition to help us continue our work in touching lives all over the world in a very tangible way.”
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