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Moisson Montréal executive director Richard D. Daneau to retire

The not-for-profit organization says it will look for a replacement in the coming months
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Richard D. Daneau (Photo: Simon Laroche)

Moisson Montréal has announced its executive director Richard D. Daneau will retire later this summer. He will continue leading the food bank until his departure in August.

In a press release, Moisson Montréal says it will start looking for candidates to fill Daneau’s role within the next few months.

Daneau has headed the not-for-profit organization for the last six years. He has been credited for developing projects that promoted healthy eating habits and increased the supply of fruits and vegetables to its community partners.

"Together, collectively, it is possible to make a difference and we prove it every day by supplying organizations with the means to feed the most vulnerable,” said Daneau in the release. “Moisson Montréal is a vast hub of social solidarity and my successor will have the privilege of leading an exceptional organization."

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