Media Invitation - Launch of a major initiative to benefit thousands of young children - Fondation OLO expands its activities with young families
27 Oct, 2014, 09:00 ET
MONTREAL, Oct. 27, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Fondation OLO cordially invites journalists on October 28 to the official launch of a major initiative to expand its activities and enhance its services across the province to benefit thousands of children and their parents.
This new program will enable the foundation to go even further in supporting families in need by providing them with concrete and adapted support that will directly benefit their children's health.
Official launch of Fondation OLO's new initiative
Hélène Bourgeois Leclerc, actress and co-spokesperson, Fondation OLO
Pierre-François Legendre, actor and co-spokesperson, Fondation OLO
Élise Boyer, Executive Director, Fondation OLO
Guy Barthell, Chairman of the Board, Fondation OLO
Julie Meloche, General Secretary, Avenir d'enfants, and representative for Québec en Forme
Marché Bonsecours (Vieux-Montréal Hall)
350 Saint-Paul Street East, Old Montreal
Other representatives from Fondation OLO will also be available for interviews.
About Fondation OLO
Fondation OLO is supported by close to 150 OLO perinatal practitioners at 143 service points. It helps give all children an equal opportunity to get a good start in life by providing a free and daily supply of eggs, milk, orange juice, and a supplement of and prenatal vitamins and minerals to pregnant women living in a precarious financial situation. Every year in Quebec, more than 15,000 women, or one in five, live out their pregnancy in poverty, which puts them at greater risk of a premature delivery or to give birth to underweight babies. Since its foundation in 1991, Fondation OLO and the CSSSs in Quebec have helped tens of thousands of pregnant women and have given more than 200,000 babies an equal opportunity to be born healthy.
SOURCE: Fondation OLO
For further information: Mélodie Ménard, Morin Publiques Relations, 514-289-8688, ext. 239, [email protected]
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