WeLoveU Foundation Cheering on Police Departments

WeLoveU Volunteers Cheer on New Jersey Police Departments at the Annual Battle of the Blue

On March 19, 2014, the International WeLoveU Foundation showed its support with a cheering frenzy at the 14th Annual Battle of the Blue basketball tournament to benefit the Tomorrows Children’s Fund. More than 40 volunteers from WeLoveU donated to the cause for children and stayed in the bleachers from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. cheering on the players to keep them encouraged.

WeLoveU’s presence at the basketball tournament was an unexpected surge of energy to the players and it brought smiles to the spectators as well.This is just one of WeLoveU’s missions: to spread love and joy to all people through welfare activities.

“I want to say that this was the loudest event that we’ve heard in a long time. We really appreciate you guys coming out and making a difference,” stated Kevin Barett, a retired police officer and the organizer of the event. “I had several of the players and fans say what a difference it made to have you guys in the stands cheering. It worked out very, very well. I appreciate you coming.”

Following the example of the Chairwoman Zahng Gil-jah, the members work with their own hands cleaning up the environment, raise funds for hospitalized children, provide relief and comfort to seniors, and contribute to community needs.

Michael Rabboh, a Paterson Police Department Officer held the winning trophy in hand as he thanked the WeLoveU volunteers for their encouragement. He stated, “If it wasn’t for your foundation cheering everyone on, the games would not have been exciting. You guys did a great job and my hat is off to the WeLoveU Foundation!”

The International WeLoveU Foundation has been established since 2001 and can be found in more than 53 countries. It has won presidential merit awards and accolades from across the globe for its environmental efforts and social welfare activities. The WeLoveU Foundation will continue its cheering activities to give hope and joy to those in despair as their good neighbor.

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