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.
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
A Historic Beach Welcomes WeLoveU A barrier island across the Rickenbacker Causeway from Miami is Key Biscayne. It is there where 35 volunteers from the
Leominster: Round Two Last week, volunteers from the WeLoveU Foundation kicked-off July by beautifying Leominster’s Fournier Park. Now, they’re back, but this time to carry out
On Sunday, June 24, 2018, about 20 volunteers from the International WeLoveU Foundation in Philadelphia came together to plant wildflowers in northeast Philadelphia. The group,
Restoring Battered Pavilions After Hurricane Irma Florida suffered extensive damage when Hurricane Irma rocked the state back on September 10, 2017. Nine months after the
Protecting the Wildlife’s Habitat The WeLoveU Foundation partnered with the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge in Titusville, Florida. Around 500 species of wildlife call the National
On June 17, 2018, more than 70 volunteers of the International WeLoveU Foundation joined forces with Bridgeport, Connecticut’s Park and Recreation Department to clean Seaside
On Your Marks, Get Set, Clean! On Sunday, June 3, 2018, about 40 WeLoveU volunteers united to participate in an environmental cleanup in the Township
About 1,500 miles away from New York is the island of Haiti. It’s the third-largest country in the Caribbean with Cuba and Dominican Republic following