Over the years, the Domenica Foundation has developed strong community partnerships with local organizations. Each year, the Foundation donates to these organizations to support specific projects or programs that reflect it’s mission. We firmly believe in the work that each of these organizations is carrying out in our local and global communities. We believe they exemplify the ideals we hold to be important. Below, we have provided the mission statements of the organizations and indicated the specific projects we support. We invite to you learn more about these organizations by using the links to their sites. The Domenica Foundation is proud to be affiliated with this list, and believes its mission is carried out and reflected by them!

Alicia Rose “Victorious” Foundation

“The mission of the Alicia Rose “Victorious” Foundation is to provide activities, programs, and events that enhance the quality of the lives of adolescents with life-threatening illnesses.”

Projects: Teen Kit Supplies


Brad Hennefer Golf for Life Foundation

“The mission of our “Golf for Life” program is to provide a golf developmental process for individuals with Down Syndrome, to introduce the game of golf  at a young age, provide a level of consistency, maintain involvement and participation, provide opportunities for competition regardless of skill level and physical abilities, with support for special assistance that may ultimately lead to employment in the golf industry.”

Cathedral Kitchen
The mission of the Cathedral Kitchen is to provide essential life services that support the health and well being of those in our community and, in doing so, to affirm each person’s humanity and dignity while guiding them towards self sufficiency.

Guadalupe Center for Family Services

“Guadalupe Family Services is a professional social service agency committed to maintaining, strengthening and reconciling the relationships which form the foundation of our community – THE FAMILY. Our goal is to enrich and transform our neighborhood through the collaboration of clinical and community resources.”

Heart of Camden

“The Heart of Camden is a non-profit development corporation serving historic Waterfront South in Camden, New Jersey”

Projects: Waterfront South Theatre

Hekima Place

“Hekima Place is a Kenyan boarding school that provides a beacon of hope for girls who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Hekima’s mission is to provide a stable home environment and support for education. They are given the chance to mature and learn in a place of safety, comfort and love.”

Projects: Transport van; Bore Hole; Construction of Cottages on New Land

Hopeworks ‘N Camden

“Hopeworks empowers youth to identify and develop their D.R.E.A.M.S. (Dynamic, Realizable Efforts to Attain and Maintain Success) and own their future. The heart of our program is technology training, which we provide in­ a safe, respectful, and celebratory atmosphere. We train our youth in state-of-the art computer applications: website design, geographic information services (GIS), computer networking and repair, and video.”

Projects: Scholarships; The C.R.I.B.

Larc School

“Larc School strives to meet the needs of all students and young adults with varying disabilities in a dignified manner by providing opportunities for growth, development and most important, independence.”

Our Lady of Lourdes Health Foundation

“Founded in 1950 by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, Lourdes Health System is committed to providing compassionate and innovative care to the communities it serves through Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden.”

Projects: Donations support Osborne Family Health Center

People for the Poor

“People for the Poor, Inc., is a non profit organization whose sole purpose is to financially assist the homeless shelters and soup kitchens of Atlantic, Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland, Burlington, Counties of New Jersey.”

Quixote Quest

“Quixote Quest is a volunteer club made up of a remarkable group of teens who donate at least two hours a week to making a difference in the lives of those in need…economically disadvantaged and at-risk children, people with disabilities, the elderly, and abandoned companion animals.”

Ronald McDonald House

“The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children.”

Project: GIVE365 – sponsorship of two rooms for 2011