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Welcome to the Johnny O Foundation
We at Waterful.org are dedicated to spreading information related to water quality and its effect on human health. But we also like to share the spotlight with other exceptional causes because we as a society are facing plenty of problems.
One such cause is the Johnny O Foundation (thejohnnyo.org), a fantastic group with the mission to educate the American public as to the growing seriousness of Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) in the American population by raising the necessary donations through strategic research initiatives and heightened public awareness to accomplish their objectives.
By starting the monthly Johnny O Show they have shown their dedication to helping fund the necessary research to find a cure for both Alzheimer’s and Dementia while promoting awareness, education, and research funding in the area of improved safety standards to prevent TBI (traumatic brain injury), potential precursors to Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
News: We recently merged operations with our great friends at the Breastfeeding Coalition (BCO). Help us welcome them and their expertise in healthy living!
BCO (breastfeedingor.org) was convened in 2005 by Nursing Mothers Counsel of Oregon and what was then known as the Community Health Partnership which became the Oregon Public Health Institute. The Breastfeeding Coalition of Oregon (BCO) became a 501C-3 organization in January of 2015 and is the statewide entity that serves to build and link families, geographic and culturally specific coalitions and community partners to support, promote and protect breastfeeding in Oregon. We aim to make breastfeeding the cultural norm in Oregon.