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Sunday Long Island lecture on Baby Safe Havens

 THE UNIVERSITY FACULTY FOR LIFE

LONG ISLAND CHAPTER

presents a lecture

on

Children of Hope Foundation/Baby Safe Haven

with

Timothy Jaccard

at

Molloy College (Amphitheatre, Kellenberg Hall)

1000 Hempstead Ave.,

Rockville Centre, NY 11571-5002

(For directions check the website –  www.molloy.edu)

on

Sunday, October 5, 2014

2:30 PM Refreshments, 3:00 – 4:30 PM lecture

All are welcome – free of charge – JOIN US  The newborn Baby Anglica was left in a toilet covered with wet toilet paper. Nassau County Police Department paramedic, Timothy Jaccard, was called to the scene and wept. The seasoned medical technician knew he had to do something.  Thus began what was to be his life’s mission – to save as many children as he could from succumbing to these desperate acts. In 1998 Jaccard founded the Long Island-based nonprofit AMT – Ambulance Medical Technicians Children of Hope Foundation /Baby Safe Haven. “Safe Havens” are designated public places, such as police stations, fire houses and hospitals where babies can be left safely with no questions asked. Today, Timothy Jaccard will tell us his story about the many babies that were saved through his efforts and the Children of Hope Foundation.

For further information contact: Dr. Clara Sarrocco – Csarrocco@aol.com  Re:  Jaccard lecture

Sponsored by Long Island Chapter of University Faculty for Life & Molloy College Campus Ministries.

RGotcher

Robert Gotcher is a dogmatic and moral theologian and long-time member of UFL who received his Ph.D. from Marquette University. He and his wife, Kathy, are raising their seven children in Franklin, Wisconsin.