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LifeLine Foundation presents Sporting equipment to “Project SAVE ME”

Saturday January 16, 2010 –LifeLine Foundation will be presenting sporting equipment to Morris Staine Vasquez Academy, which runs PROJECT SAVE ME, at ceremonies to be held at 10:00am at the Teach Me Childhood Center- (Marian Chebat’s Preschool) 1574, Spain Ave., Coral Grove Area, Belize City. Presently there are more than 75 students from different schools participating in the sporting group

Mrs. Kim Simplis Barrow, Founder/Director of LifeLine Foundation stated that “LifeLine is committed to help in providing options for kids to adopt a healthy lifestyle. By assisting the Academy with sporting equipment, we’re providing another option for our youth.”

Lifeline’s ongoing commitment to help children in need has again become a reality. One of LifeLine’s strategies is to partner with friends of the Foundation and other businesses in order to raise funds or gather much needed supplies to benefit underprivileged children. Lifeline is therefore pleased to be able to join Benny’s in making children better equipped for the new school year”.

LifeLine Foundation is a philanthropic, non profit charity trust geared towards raising money to benefit children who are in dire need of assistance for food, clothing, medical care and educational development. LifeLine has committed to carrying out positive and impacting projects to help improve the quality of lives for our precious Belizean children.

The media is invited to the presentation at 9:30am at Teach Me Childhood Center.

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