Announces 2 Million Meals Donated

Watertree Health® Announces 2 Million Meals Donated

DESTIN, Fla., Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Watertree Health, a leading health care company providing free prescription discount cards benefitting nonprofits, announced that its program with 15 regional Food Banks has provided 2 million meals. Watertree Health makes a donation to its partner Food Bank each time someone saves using the card benefitting that organization.

Watertree Health was founded to make communities healthier, so it’s logical for the organizations to have paired up – Having enough to eat is as essential to good health as prescription compliance.  In America, 1 in 8 people struggle with hunger and 1 in 4 don’t fill their prescriptions because of cost.  The prescription discount card program benefitting Food Banks helps put food on the table and medicine in the cabinets.

CEO of the Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley Terri Drefke says, “Being the first Food Bank to partner with Watertree Health, we’ve been the largest benefactor.  Our organization accounts for approximately half of the 2 million meals that have been provided.  People in our community are able to live better lives because of the help they have received in getting the food and medicines they desperately need.  We are so grateful for the generous help that Watertree Health has and continues to provide.”

Watertree Health President Shane Power said, “In this month of thanks and giving, we are so grateful to everyone who helped make this possible.  Every person who used the cards benefiting these Food Banks contributed to this milestone.  Together, we can combat food insecurity and prescription non-compliance.  No one should go hungry or without necessary drugs because of financial reasons.”

To get a free prescription discount card benefitting a regional Food Bank, go to  The card can be used by anyone to save up to 75% on prescription costs, not just Food Bank clients.  It is accepted at 95% of all pharmacies.

Visit to learn more about Watertree Health’s alliance with the Food Banks.

About Watertree Health
In 2010, Matt Herfield and Ronnie Harris founded Watertree Health to make health care—particularly medications—more accessible to everyone. They created the first and leading free prescription discount card program benefiting nonprofits, which not only provides significant savings, but also triggers a donation to a charity partner each time cardholders save, at no cost to them. To help build healthier communities, the Company has aligned with nonprofits Make-A-Wish®, regional Food Banks, the ASPCA®and the National Kidney Foundation®. Visit to learn more.

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