About Vessl, Inc.
Vessl, Inc. (www.vesslinc.com) is a privately owned company based in Tempe, Arizona, dedicated to eliminating the disposable bottle paradigm and re-defining e-commerce. Vessl owns the worldwide, exclusive rights to the patented VesslTM closure and delivery device that allows the delivery of fresh ingredients without the need for artificial preservatives and protects against degradation. Vessl sells its VesslTM closure for various proprietary and third-party applications around the world, including its own brands, Tea of a Kind (www.drinkteaofakind.com), its subsidiary Virdi, LLC’s brand Kalvara (www.kalvara.com), and other alcohol and non-alcohol beverages, cosmetics, and household cleaner brands. Contact Daniel Montoya, COO, at (949) 678-7338 or Daniel@vesslinc.com, for further information. Join us @teaofakind.
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About the Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund
The Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund launches October 22nd with the mission to celebrate and support nurses around the globe. Join the global webinar on October 22nd to learn more about the organization, its partners and the Thank a Nurse Campaign. The organization is spearheading a Thank a Nurse Campaign that begins November 1st and drives engagement for the month of November. The organization launches in 2020 in honor of the Year of the Nurse Celebrate and honor nurses across the globe with personal messages and messaging from organizations in the Year of the Nurse and Midwife. The Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund celebrates the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. Nightingale was the renowned founder of the profession of nursing. The Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund supports nurses on the front lines, from the start of their careers and throughout their retirement.
Through the generosity of partners’ contributions to the Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund, we are reaching out to thank nurses around the world for their selfless caring, shared skills and long work hours through everyday duties, the pandemic, recent hurricanes and wildfires in the U.S. In other parts of the world, nurses care for refugees, the pandemic patients, people starving from food & water shortages as well as extreme weather causing diseases.
For more information: www.nightingale2030.org e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org