Listerine teams with Olympians to support Right to Play program


NEW YORK Two Olympians are working with Johnson & Johnson’s Listerine subsidiary to teach healthy behavior and team values to disadvantaged children in developing countries.

In a program sponsored by subsidiary Listerine and endorsed by Olympic Medalists Paul and Morgan Hamm, J&J will donate up to $100,000 to the Right to Play Red Ball Child Play program, which improves the lives of children through play and sports, until the end of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. The company will donate $1 for every person who clicks on a link on

Right to Play works with 500,000 children in 23 countries affected by poverty, disease and war.

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