Donations of Love
1606 Grand Central Avenue #4
Lavallette, New Jersey 08735
copyright © 2017
Donations of Love, Inc. (DOL) is a non-profit public charity organization founded in 2007. DOL is committed to helping the poor and distressed people of our local community as well as animals.
DOL was originally formed to educate and prevent cruelty to animals. But after Super Storm Sandy devastated the New Jersey Shore area, it became apparent that DOL's mission must be expanded to help people as well as animals.
DOL will work to provide relief to the poor, the distressed and the underprivileged. Among other things, DOL will work to lessen the burdens of government; lessen neighborhood tensions; defend human and civil rights secured by law; and combat community deterioration and juvenile delinquency in addition to its work on preventing cruelty to animals.
DOL will continue to raise funds for other non-profit organizations with a similar mission statement, but will also undertake its own projects to further is mission.
DOL is strictly a volunteer organization so every dollar counts when you make a donation.
DOL's focus is not only to raise money but also to educate the public about the alarming issues facing our communities. DOL works with childrens groups to help build leadership skills and teach empathy and compassion towards all humanity.
DOL has already captured local, national and Internet attention and has been featured in the following: nj.com, app.com, baltimoresun.com, NBC Philadelphia, TMZ both on TV and TMZ.com, OK Weekly Magazine, Star Magazine, US Weekly Magazine, New York Post, Asbury Park Press, Toms River Times, Ocean County Gazette, Ocean Star, Manchester Times and Associated Humane Society Newsletter.
DOL has donated to: Faith Lutheran Food Pantry in Lavallette NJ; Simon's Kitchen in Seaside Height NJ; St. Francis Food Pantry in Seaside Heights NJ; AHS at Popcorn Park Zoo in Forked River NJ; jersey Shore Animal Center in Brick NJ; Toms River Animal Shelter in Toms River NJ; Ocean Christian Community Outreach in Toms River NJ; plus local families who've asked to remain anonymous.