Invitation to media - More than 225,000 lunches distributed to
underprivileged children in Montreal

MONTREAL, July 19 /CNW Telbec/ - For its 9th year, hundreds of children from underprivileged areas in Montreal will receive free lunches thanks to the Feeding Our Future program. Since the end of the school year, more than 1,000 children have benefited this summer from this program launched by Sodexo in partnership with Moisson Montréal.

This July 20, Laura will tell the media how Feeding Our Future supports her day camp in Little Burgundy in Montreal.

Isabelle Huot, the Feeding Our Future spokesperson, invites the media to prepare children's lunches with her.

    
    SCHEDULE:  July 20, 2010

               9 AM to 11 AM     Preparation of children's lunches
                                 Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf
                                 3200, chemin de la Côte Ste-Catherine,
                                 Montreal (main entrance)

               11:45 AM - 12:30  Children's lunch
                                 Centre sportif de la Petite-Bourgogne
                                 1825, Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal
                                 (15 min. from Collège)

    INTERVIEWS:
              Laura L'Africain, a young girl who has participated in the
              program for 3 years
              Isabelle Huot, spokesperson for Feeding the Future (dietitian)
              Johanne Théroux, General Director of Moisson Montréal
              Denise Bernachez, director of marketing and development for
              Sodexo Québec
    

SOURCE Moisson Montréal

For further information: For further information: Sophie Labelle, 514 282-4605, 514 778-4605 cell., sophie.labelle@cossette.com


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