Lovaganza Could Make Commercials About Impoverished Third World Children a Thing of the Past

Lovaganza is a type of carnival and circus that focuses on the cultures of our world. It is going to be a worldwide experience that will take place from May until September 2020. In 2015, Warner Brother began work on a film that dates back to 2012, depicting the many experiences in our culture. It starts with Genevieve Gagnon and FF Gagnon entertaining former President and future First Gentleman, Bill Clinton at Michael King’s residence. In 2013, Lovaganza visited the “The Sunshine Shop” in Lancaster, CA. The Gagnons are hoping to raise money to improve the lives of children all around the world by 2050.

Lovaganza is a nonprofit organization that hopes their film productions will shed a light on the problems around the world and inspire other organizations to take action. Lovaganza has some goals set aside. These include nutritious food and clean water for children in third world nations and other impoverished areas on this planet. The organization hopes to supply abundance of clothing, decent housing, and medical care for children. Lovaganza hopes to improve the quality of education for poverty stricken children. Lovaganza is hoping to achieve this mile stone by the year 2035. The research for understanding the quality of life that children live in all over the world has just begun. The Gagnons are working on a special film to enlighten society about what is really going on in the quality of life across the entire world.

Lovaganza is expecting to join forces with all types of organizations and foundations in two years to make sure that they begin working to improve the quality of children between the ages of 0 and 15 in a 17 year project that is just the first milestone of many to come. One of the things Lovaganza hopes to achieve is a traveling library so that children in underprivileged countries can have access to books.

During this decade, the creators of Lovaganza have been all over the world including Brazil, Tahiti, Grimaud,France ,Frigiliana, Spain, in the United States in parts of California and the in the state of Utah. The Gagnons have even met with celebrities, including Julian Lennon and Princess Charlene of Monaco to help get society on board with this project.

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