Leave it to family [wo]men Bethenny Frankel to hit the streets – literally, to promote awareness of and support the Children’s Health Fund’s (CHF) Check-in for Checkups program.
Now that she’s made $120 million off her SkinnyGirl deal, Frankel decided to give back with a little charitable work last Thursday (which might encourage a little sympathy in court). She took to the streets of New York City, encouraging consumers to check in at www.checkinforcheckups.com and support the cause.
Through the Check-in for Checkups program, which is a joint collaboration between the CHF, Clorox and Frankel, America can make their healthy habits count twice: once for themselves, and once to help support CHF’s goal of providing checkups for children in need. For every healthy habit checked-in , Clorox will donate 10 cents to CHF, up to $100,000, as part of its challenge to get one million check-ins this summer and help support CHF’s goal of providing half a million checkups for children in need across the country.
Visit www.checkinforcheckups.com to learn more about this great cause!