As of March 2022 Calmoseptine®, Inc. has donated in an effort to help Ukraine $500,000 to the American Red Cross Ukraine Relief Fund, $300,000 to UNICEF and $200,000 to Heart-to-Heart International. With the help of Heart-to-Heart International Calmoseptine®, Inc. provided 10 pallets of Calmoseptine® Ointment for the medical relief efforts for the people of Ukraine.
Greg Dixon, owner of Calmoseptine®, Inc. has contributed over $500,000/year to pay for the utilities for women’s and children’s shelters, homeless shelters, and recovery centers each year. He has also given over $500,000 of Calmoseptine® Ointment yearly for medical relief efforts worldwide.
In 2021, Calmoseptine®, Inc. donated over a million dollars combined to the American Red Cross, Meals On Wheels California, St. Vincent Senior Citizen Nutrition Program, Colette's Children's Home, Maui Food Bank Inc., and the Michigan Theatre of Jackson. Calmoseptine®, Inc. also provided international aid by donating over 140,000 dollars to Malaysian hospitals to purchase life saving ventilators during their time of need.
In 2020 Calmoseptine®, Inc. has been recognized by the American Red Cross for milestone donation.
Calmoseptine, Inc. Reaches $1 Million Donation Milestone
Orange County, Calif. — December 15, 2020 — The American Red Cross Southern CaliforniaRegion is proud to announce that Calmoseptine, Inc. has reached an impressive milestone: $1 million donated to the American Red Cross.Since 2018, Calmoseptine, Inc. has been a steadfast partner of the Red Cross, making gifts in support of wildfire relief efforts, International Services, the Red Cross COVID-19 response, Canadian Red Cross preparedness efforts, Australian Bushfires response, and the Red Cross First Aid App.Local Red Cross officials, including Glenn Maddalon, Chief Development Officer for theAmerican Red Cross Southern California Region, and Sean Mahoney, Regional Chief Executive Officer of the American Red Cross Southern California Region, thanked Calmoseptine, Inc. for its ongoing commitment to the Red Cross mission.Greg Dixon, founder of Calmoseptine, Inc. said “From wildfires to assisting the homeless, elderly, and underprivileged, Calmoseptine, Inc. donates to these causes and supports the Red Cross mission to help prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies.” Calmoseptine, Inc. also sponsors programs to teach those in need critical skills, such as healthcare services, to help people support themselves and their families.“This year, the Red Cross has faced unprecedented disasters, including the COVID-19pandemic and historic western wildfires,” said Sean Mahoney, Regional CEO of American Red Cross Southern California Region. “Calmoseptine, Inc.’s ongoing support ensures the Red Cross can provide help and hope where it’s needed most.”Each year, the American Red Cross responds to nearly 64,000 disasters across the country,including home fires, hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes and wildfires. Red Cross services are provided to people in need of assistance at no cost and regardless of income through the generosity of Red Cross donors.
- Christine Welch, Red Cross Communications Director