September 1, 2015 - The Fédération des producteurs d’œufs du Quebec (FPOQ) have given $61,250 to Fondation OLO, an organization that provides nutrition and nutritional information to socially and economically underprivileged mothers and children in Quebec. The FPOQ have been involved with the charity since 2002 and the announcement was made at the Golf Club of Acton Vale in the presence of over 260 participants. Through its annual contribution, the FPOQ has donated more than $ 550,000 to Fondation OLO. Its donations help provide more than 100,000 coupons for a dozen eggs to vulnerable families annually.
FPOQ raises over $60,000 for Fondation OLO
De gauche à droite, M. Yvon Lambert, ancien joueur des Canadiens de Montréal, Mme Élise Boyer, directrice générale de la Fondation OLO, M. Paulin Bouchard, président FPOQ et Nicolas Picard, directeur du marketing FPOQ. FPOQ
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