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Posted on: November 20, 2018

International WeLoveU Foundation Clean-Up & Community Service Project

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“Then, Now and Forever Campaign to Unite The Global Family”

From the Town of Babylon Beautification Program: The International WeLoveU Foundation participated in its “Clean WORLD Movement” by participating in the Town of Babylon Beautification Program’s “Adopt-A-Highway” initiative.  On Sunday, October 28, 2018, scores of volunteers from the Suffolk County chapter of the International WeLoveU Foundation gathered at the Fabio Buttitta Pool and Park facility and “adopted” Acorn Street in the Town of Babylon. The participants cleaned-up, raked leaves and removed trash and litter along the 1.5 mile stretch of roadway along Acorn Street, from Rt.231 in Deer Park to Straight Path in Wyandanch. Councilwoman and Beautification Chair Jackie Gordon presented the foundation with a proclamation for its dedication and commitment to helping those in need and for being environmental stewards in our community.

The Foundation is an international entity that embraces the whole world as one family. This global organization, founded by Korean native Zahng Gil-Jah, volunteers perform and engage in social welfare and community activities that serve the greater purpose of raising awareness of those in need. The International WeLoveU Foundation gives hope to people around the world by sharing love through community service. To bring hope and happiness to people in need, the volunteers of the International WeLoveU Foundation carry out good deeds with the mindset that it is better to give love and help to those in need with kindness and compassion.

Through Blood Drives, Disaster Relief, Social Welfare and environmental activities that protect our precious Earth, the International WeLoveU Foundation is dedicated to assisting and helping others by making a difference in communities and in people’s lives.

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