BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Pauline Loyer For Her Dedication To Supporting Families And People In Need.

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Media Release
December 8, 2016

BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Pauline Loyer For Her Dedication To Supporting Families And People In Need.

Pauline Loyer is the manager at Village International, a fair trade small business in Sudbury, Ontario, which features products from 25 different countries such as India, Kenya, Mexico, the Philippines, Africa and El Salvador. The store also supports local artists by selling their art.

Over the past 20 years, Pauline has been dedicated to serving people in need within the community. She has been a driving force in creating support mechanisms for people by providing them with the necessities they need to live their every day lives, such as; clothing, food, Christmas hampers and many other items. “Pauline’s continued advocacy to disadvantaged people, is definitely a caring act that should not go unnoticed”, Carol Stahl BPW Greater Sudbury expressed.

Pauline continues to touch the lives of many within the community in her selfless acts of caring and compassion. She at times takes on the task of running several campaigns to support people and their causes with a skill for bringing people together for a good cause. Her enthusiasm for helping others is abundant and admirable. BPW Greater Sudbury is honoured to recognize Pauline as our Women of the Month.

BPW awards monthly recognition to women within the community who demonstrate outstanding leadership skills and are committed to supporting our community.

Media Contact –
Carol Stahl
BPW Greater Sudbury President
BPW Greater Sudbury
P.O. Box 2593 Station A, Sudbury, ON, P3A 4S9
www.bpwgreatersudbury.com
Phone: 705-670-4956