There are enough resources on the planet to feed children around the world, but millions of children die every year from malnutrition on lovaganza.com. More 8,000 children in the United States are victims of hunger every year, and the United States is the most powerful and one of the richest nations in the world. Governments all over the world have done a poor job of feeding hunger children. The focus is on other things like weapons, capital, and power. But one couple, J.F. and Genevieve Gagnon, are in the process of eliminating child hunger and their plan will be complete in 2035 if their plan continues to attract the attention it has gotten the past two years. The Gagnon founded a movement called, Lovaganza. The Lovaganza Foundation wants to eradicate hunger, and the Gagnon’s have a lot of important people and organizations behind them.
The Gagnon’s are entertainers by trade, and they have been developed a unique approach to solving the hunger issue. The couple has been working on their Lovaganza project for the last six years, and the progress has amazed organizations that have been dealing with world hunger for decades. One approach that Genevieve is producing is called the ‘Lovaganza Convoy.’ The Lovaganza Convoy is the Foundation’s film approach. Genevieve is in the process of creating a series of documentaries that are designed to appeal to organizations that can help the Lovaganza Foundation achieve its goal. Genevieve is a seasoned veteran. She is comfortable in front and behind a camera. The Lovaganza Convoy’s mission is to project unity, so non-profit organizations can work together to bring the main event to nations around the world in 2020.
J.F. Gagnon is an accomplished musician, producer, director, and editor that knows how to motivate people. Gagnon decided to put on a Bohemian Adventure together, and he called it Lovaganza because entertainment is a catalyst that appeals to the emotions as well as the mind. The master trailer that explains Lovaganza’s mission was released in 2015, so the Lovaganza movement is well on its way. The Gagnon’s have constantly been traveling to countries like India, Spain, France, England, and other key countries that have the resources and the will to help.
People like Emmy award-winning set designer, Patrick Sullivan, and Oscar nominee for the 2015 Movie American Sniper, James Murakami, have joined the Gagnon’s, and they are bringing other celebrities on board to help achieve the 2035 goal of eradicating hunger in kids ages o to 15.
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