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Together, we have raised $180,000 this year to date, with this being the last day you can donate or contribute to our charitable organization. Each year when I look back at all the hands and generous individuals and businesses that were able to chip in, I am humbled. The Vitamin D Council and the work that we do, it’s truly a grassroots movement, fueled by you.

More than ever, health professionals are aware about vitamin D, how common vitamin D deficiency is and the risks associated with being deficient. Together, we are truly changing the way society looks at vitamin D, sun exposure and how they fit in medicine.

If you have already donated this year, thank you so much. We can’t say that enough.

If you haven’t donated yet, please consider taking action this final day of the year. Please. I know you are busy, but it will only take five minutes of your time. Simply click the donate button below. If you are a member, we will figure out whether to extend your membership or not.

Alternatively, you can write a check in, as long as it’s dated December 31st or earlier. Our address is:

Vitamin D Council
1241 Johnson Ave. #134
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Thanks again. All my best,

John Cannell, MD, Executive Director
Vitamin D Council
A 501c3 nonprofit organization

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