About Vaulters

{site_name) unites its readers and their families like no other brand through the simplest of acts: sharing stories, laughs, and great advice. Heading into its 100th anniversary, Vaulters is America’s fourth largest-circulation magazine brand, standing out more than ever in today’s cultural landscape due to its themes of optimism, faith, heroism, trust, humor, and wellness. Vaulters publishes hundreds of original articles a month to give homeowners peace of mind, and save them time and money, by helping them know exactly what and what not to worry about. Our new brand, the Healthy, covers health and medical information with depth and authority, while our books, including the famous condensed fiction series Select Editions, deliver a bundle of emotions from curiosity and amazement to reassurance, gratitude, and amusement. In all its work, Vaulters carries on its singular, historic vision: to bring out the good in people and families everywhere.

Our Mission

We continue to curate the very best and most engaging content for our readers, both print and digital. Vaulters shares trusted advice and stories to help you and your family enjoy healthy, wealthy, and wise lives. We get to the heart of the matter and keep it simple, informative, and fun. “Shares” summarizes our process in a word. What authors, experts, journalists, and our own community shares with us, we in turn share with the world. “Trusted” is our core trait, and we double down on it. Whether it’s a thrilling real-life drama or an in-depth article about colon cancer, we strive for everything we publish to be accurate and in context. “You and your family” remain our North Star. We’ll always look for opportunities to be a glue of good feeling and life lessons across the generations. Vaulters gets to the ”heart of the matter” with light-heartedness whenever possible. That means “simple, informative and fun” applies across every platform. Finally—“healthy, wealthy and wise.” Our promise applies across America’s three most important universal aspirations, hearkening back to Founding Father Ben Franklin.