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Baby Quest Foundation, a Los Angeles-based 501 c (3) charity dedicated to granting financial assistance to those who cannot afford the high costs of fertility treatments such as egg and sperm donation, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, and surrogacy, most of which are generally not covered by insurance, will visit the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square.
In honor of the occasion, Baby Quest Founder, Pamela Hirsch, spokeswoman, America Olivo, actress from Broadway and film, and her husband, actor, Christian Campbell, will ring the Opening Bell. The charity has been endorsed by many celebrities who will be in attendance at the bell ringing including members of the cast of White Collar: Matt Bomer and Wille Garson; Hollywood starlets Elaine Hendrix, Kristina Klebe & Samira Wiley; cast members from several Broadway productions such as Wicked, Chicago, and Spiderman; television personality, Alan Cumming; and television personality, Rosie Pope.
NASDAQ MarketSite – 4 Times Square – 43
rd & Broadway – Broadcast Studio
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 – 9:15 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. ET
Pamela Hirsch (323) 206-6088
Christine Barna (646) 441-5310
Fiber Line (Encompass Waterfront): 4463
Gal 3C/06C 95.05 degrees West 18 mhz Lower DL 3811 Vertical FEC 3/4 SR 13.235 DR 18.295411 MOD 4:2:0 DVBS QPSK
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About Baby Quest:
Baby Quest was established in 2011 by Pamela Hirsch and her daughter, Nicole Lawson. After watching Nicole endure several years of treatments for infertility, Pamela realized that, although one in eight women seek some type of assisted reproduction procedure, the treatments are costly and, often out of the reach of so many, making infertility an issue of class.