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Whether we are growing vegetables or flowers, gardening connects us to nature and provides a multitude of benefits. Lou’s Growing Green helps promote gardening in schools and senior living centers and benefits communities-at-large. Our program is named in honor of our dear friend and master gardener extraordinaire Lou Stiglitz. Read more

We support animals through a number of programs.  We help provide food through our Pet Food Pantry Fund so beloved pets can stay with their loving families..  We also support fire stations by providing oxygen masks for pets injured in fires. Read more

The fund fosters the talents of children eager to find a guiding hand to help them express their creativity and provides art education programs such as camps, in-school workshops and student mentoring by professional artists.

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More pet oxygen masks that were donated by LFAC are starting to make their way into the field. I have attached pictures of the kits being placed in service. Many more will be going into service this week through Steve Mc Conlogue, President of the Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey. This donation was made possible by a grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation The departments that received pet masks are Pleasantville , Atlantic City, Brigantine, Elizabeth, Willingboro, Ocean City, Linwood, Mt. Laurel, and Bordentown. All here in NJ. Thank You Steve for your help with distribution. Thank you Firefighters for caring about the lives of family pets.



Nick Delre delivering 57 Pet Oxygen Masks to Steve McConlogue, President of Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey. Steve will distribute the masks to fire companies through out New Jersey. Masks were provided by a grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation in support of the Michelle Delre Pet Oxygen Mask program which is a program under Living For A Cause.

Another Pet Mask Delivery – helping to keep pets safe.

Thanks to a grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation, Prospect Heights, NJ fire department received pet oxygen masks delivered via UPS. Picture are Sam the dog with Past Chief John Bozek and current Chief Tom Leese Also pictured is Kelly, Chief Leese dog saying thank you for these much needed life saving masks.

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