Julianne Moore Teams Up With The Children’s Health Fund And Clorox To Bring Health Care To Kids
Yesterday, Julianne Moore teamed up with the Children’s Health Fund and The Clorox Company to bring health care to kids in need. They kicked-off “Connect Kids to Care,” a multi-year program that will help support the Children’s Health Fund’s goal of providing half a million health care visits to disadvantaged children across the country. Julianne visited the kids and took them on a tour through one of Children’s Health Fund’s mobile medical units.
The actress spoke a lot about her connection to the cause, stating that being a mom certainly inspired her to get involved, but it was her upbringing in a military family that really drew her to this issue. Moving around a lot made her aware of the many different types of communities out there and opened her eyes to the understanding that not everyone has access to health care.
As a special treat, Julianne read to the kids from her own children’s book, “Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully.”
I applaud her for being part of this initiative!