WeLoveU carries out volunteer service and
social welfare activities with the love of a mother.
The rapidly-changing environment is causing more and more people around the world to suffer from the effects of climate disasters, poverty, famine, and even war. In a time of uncertainty and despair, the WeLoveU Foundation carries out comprehensive and specific volunteer service activities to help our neighbors in need with the heart of a mother.
Through WeLoveU’s activities, environmental campaigns, health-related expos, benefit concerts and walkathons, school supply drives, and more, our hope is to support people in their time of difficulty to build a strong and sutainable future.
Cleaner City, Cleaner World! On Sunday, January 27, 2019, more than 50 volunteers from various backgrounds joined together to clean up North King Street in
It’s Go Time! More than 30 volunteers in Charlotte, North Carolina set out to conquer their first cleanup of 2019. On January 20, the group
Syracuse—a city tucked in the corners of New York State—is home to the Erie Canal Museum and its well-known educational institution, Syracuse University. The city
After donating 3,000 solar-powered lanterns to students from the Warf Jeremie Vocational and Technical Training Center in May, the WeLoveU Foundation touched base with the recipients. WeLoveU
Starting the Week off Right The town of Babylon was bustling with volunteers from the WeLoveU Foundation Sunday morning on October 28, 2018. Fifty volunteers
WeLoveU hopes to plant the love of reading books and learning, which will last a lifetime. Did you know more than 1 in 3 American
Philly’s Efforts for a Cleaner City Philadelphia—the city of brotherly love—launched a Zero Waste campaign to study the litter patterns and conditions of the city’s streets, vacant
Thirty minutes east from the Niagara Falls is the city of Lockport, New York. It’s named after a set of Erie Canal locks found in
Inside the Emerald Necklace The Back Bay Fens, otherwise known as The Fens, is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The Fens is one of many parks
The Situation On Saturday, August 11, 2018, a heavy rainstorm slammed New Jersey. In less than an hour, five inches of rain came down quickly.
Around thirty volunteers from the WeLoveU Foundation in Central Florida partnered with Keep Alachua County Beautiful for a tree planting project in Gainesville, Florida on Sunday, August
WeLoveU volunteers clean the McVeigh Recreation Center to make a pleasant and bright environment for their neighbors. The summer heat couldn’t stop 70 WeLoveU volunteers