Whether we are growing vegetables or flowers, gardening connects us to nature and provides a multitude of benefits. Growing Green helps promote gardening in schools and senior living centers and benefits communities-at-large. 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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LFAC visits Burlington County Shelter in NJ.

Mary Stabile Co-Founder of Living for a Cause along with Volunteer Nick Delre visited Burlington County Animal Shelter to deliver water bowls and food. Receiving this donation is Sharon a wonderful volunteer with this organization. We could not have made this donation with out the generosity of Tony Caporale of CaporalePet who supplied the bowls and food. Thank You Tony!

PROTECTING OUR NJ BRAVE K 9 DOGS

 

 

LFAC IS DEDICATED TO PROTECTING OUR NJ BRAVE K 9 DOGS.

PLEASE help outfit a Law Enforcement K9 with a life-saving protective vest. Make a tax-deductible donation today!

Many Law Enforcement/Military K-9 Units do not have the budget to purchase these life-saving vests. Most agencies are prohibited from spending funds on equipment that is not for human use. There are hundreds of Law Enforcement and Military K-9s (MWDs) that need a ballistic vest nationwide.  One vest can cost between $1400.00 to $3500.00. More

Another Delivery of Pet Oxygen Masks

Mary Stabile Co founder of LFAC and Nick Delre, pictured, with President Brian Wesolowski and Deputy Chief Matt Orsini of the Lenola Volunteer Fire Company in Moorestown, NJ gladly accepted the four masks donated by LFAC Pet Oxygen Mask program in memory of Nick Delre’s daughter Michele who loved pets. The masks are generously donated by Tom Kane from his company Kane’s Containment Company at 24 S Hockey Dr, Columbus, NJ 08022. Invisible Fence®