Project Lolo Appoints Brooklyn Francisco as its Goodwill Ambassador
Non-Profit Organization Taps World-Renowned Fashion and Entertainment Veteran as its Goodwill Ambassador
Minneapolis, Minn. –May 15, 2018 – Brooklyn Francisco, Business Owner and Philanthropist, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of Project Lolo, to serve through 2018.
“All children should be given a chance in life, no matter what cards they are dealt,” said Mr. Francisco. “I would love to bring awareness through fashion and art and to help as many kids as I can.”
Project Lolo is a global, non-profit organization headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, dedicated to helping provide access to orthopedic medical care and orthopedic devices, such as prosthetic limbs or wheelchairs to children. Project Lolo was founded in 2017 under the assertion that no child should ever be denied their right to life, healthcare, education or dignity because of their differing orthopedic abilities.
“Brooklyn brings a wealth of expertise to Project Lolo with his compassion and creativity,” said Project Lolo Founder and President, Leslie Pitt Schneider. “As our Goodwill Ambassador, he is uniquely positioned to raise awareness about the kids we help while sharing our mission and vision.”
Brooklyn Francisco is a globally-known and respected professional in the fashion and entertainment industry. When not traveling the world, he generously gives of his time and talent by helping under-privileged women in the domestic violence community or lending his services to senior citizens.
As Project Lolo's Ambassador, Brooklyn leads the organization's efforts in raising awareness about Project Lolo, the children it serves, and seeks community partnerships to further its mission.
By being Project Lolo's Ambassador, Brooklyn believes the organization is uniquely positioned to positively change the lives of children. Mr. Francisco currently resides in Seattle, Washington.
About Project Lolo℠
Project Lolo is a global, non-profit organization that advocates for children to live limitlessly. It helps children gain equal standing in life, with fundraising efforts to ensure children have access to orthopedic medical care and orthopedic devices such as wheelchairs, crutches and prostheses. Learn more at projectlolo.org and follow Project Lolo on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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