Interview and Photo Opportunity - Avery Skog - Canadian 9 Year Old Builds a School in Kenya

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18
11AM11:15AM

 – Free The Children and RBC We Create Change campaign –

TORONTO, June 18, 2014 /CNW/ - When 9-year-old Morris, Manitoba native Avery Skog learned that more than 120 million children worldwide couldn't go to school, he had to do something about it. He sold his bike, donated his hard-earned allowance and then challenged all his friends and family to help him, brick by brick, raising a total of $12,000.

Avery will be at Burrows Hall Junior Public School in Scarborough to speak about his experience with the joint Free The Children RBC We Create Change campaign and to motivate other students to help raise money for Free The Children's Year of Education.

WHO:             

Avery Skog, student from Morris, MB who is making change a priority


WHAT:          

Avery will be speaking to students and answering their questions about his inspiration and experiences in making change. He will be available for interviews and kids' press conference.


WHERE:

Burrows Hall Junior Public School,


151 Burrows Hall Blvd, Scarborough, ON


WHEN:

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18


Remarks at 11AM


Avery to speak at 11:05AM


WHY:             

Celebrate Avery's success and to motivate other children to continue to support Free The Children.

 

Please see: http://send.freethechildren.com/1dKeNK0xVG for more information

SOURCE: BuzzPR

For further information: PHOTO-OPS AND INTERVIEWS COORDINATED THROUGH: Anita Verma, BuzzPR, averma@buzzpr.ca, 416.998.5942

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