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Mommy Bloggers for Marawi | A Blog Campaign with Nutri10Plus Syrup.

One of the outstanding qualities of mothers is their devotion to providing quality nutrition to their children. This is primarily done by preparing healthy foods and giving effective supplements to sustain and nourish their growing family needs.

Nutri10Plus Syrup, a multivitamins packed with Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), Taurine, Lysine, Zinc and Vitamins C, A, D3 B1 and more, had been assisting mothers all around the Philippines in developing children with strong bodies, active brains, and healthy appetite.
During the Moving Up Ceremony, where Kaye Koo of SinagTala Foundation helped in
disseminating the Nutri10 Plus and DayCee vitamin pouches to the kids.
Military officers helping in the distribution of Nutri10 Plus and Daycee vitamin pouches.

In the effort to help our fellow mommies and their children in the war-stricken village in Marawi, 100 Mommy bloggers from Mommy Bloggers Philippines community had collaborated to bring boxes of Nutri10Plus Syrup, DayCee Vitamin C Syrup and toys to a hundred kids in Marawi through SinagTala, a non-profit organization headed by Ms. Kaye Koo. SinagTala had been sending help to villages in Marawi since the war erupted and it had sheltered hundreds of children inside the Playroom which served as the mini-school and play area of the children.
For the kids of Marawi.
Assorted toys for the kids.
With Kaye Koo of SinagTala during the turnover of vitamins and toys.
We all thank WERT for this campaign, Kaye Koo of SinagTala and all the staff who have helped in sending the vitamins to Marawi.
Each pouch contains 2 bottles of Nutri10Plus, 2 bottles of Daycee, and Dayzinc chewables.
To learn more about the benefits of Nutri10Plus Syrup, check through their Facebook page

We are grateful to the mommy bloggers who participated in campaign using their blogs to bring hundreds of pouches of Nutri10Plus Vitamins for the children in Marawi.

Find out more about our lovely mommy bloggers and their experiences as they document their life journeys in their mommy blogs.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             


5 replies:

GiGi Eats said...

Never have I ever heard of this syrup before but I am very intrigued by it so I am going to check it out right now.

Unknown said...

I've heard a lot about Marawi. Im glad you guys sent these vitamins for the kids in Marawi! Thanks for WERT and other campaigns!

-kelly reci

Unknown said...

What a beautiful thing to do for the children who are affected. I think it's awesome that moms came together to make this happen. Kudos to all of you!

Unknown said...

What a nice way to help the children who are affected in Marawi. It is important to give them vitamins for they're immune system.

Unknown said...

this multivitamin is very beneficial to keep them strong and healthy