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Media Advisory - Moisson Montréal to unveil the results of their summer campaign


Media Advisory - Moisson Montréal to unveil the results of their summer campaign

Canada NewsWire

Hungry for Vacation campaign totals to be shared live on Facebook

MONTREAL, Aug. 15, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Moisson Montréal invites all members of the media to their offices on Friday, August 17th at 10:30am to take part in the announcement of their summer campaign, Hungry for Vacation. The Campaign's goal was $60,000 for the period between July 9th and August 11th, and was to respond to the needs of the more approximately 39,000 Montrealers between the ages of 3 and 17 who require help in meeting their nutritional needs during the summer months.

Moisson Montréal's accredited partner organizations are heavily solicited during the summer months, as families with children in school no longer have access to support programs offered by the schools. With the support of Montrealers, this 3rd edition of the Hungry for Vacation campaign is meant to provide the resources necessary to meet those increased needs and ensure that young Montrealers get the food they need during the summer holidays.



Mr. Richard D. Daneau, Executive Director of Moisson Montréal


Friday, August 17th, 2018 between 10 :30am and 12pm


Moisson Montréal

6880, chemin de la Côte-de-Liesse, Montréal, H4T 2A1


  • 10:30am to 11:15am – Welcome of the media, tour of the Moisson Montréal warehouse for images and video, Q&A with Mr. Daneau.
  • 11:30am to 12pm – Facebook LIVE announcement of results and comments by Mr. Daneau.


About Moisson Montréal
Founded in 1984, Moisson Montréal is the largest food bank in Canada. Through its centre for collecting, sorting and distributing emergency food assistance, the organization supplies 241 accredited community organizations on the Island of Montreal. In turn, these organizations provide food assistance to nearly 137,000 people, including 41,500 children each month. Moisson Montréal distributes annually 15.6 million kg of food, representing a total value of nearly $85 million.



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