Dr. Hurley and her staff are personally involved in a number of community service projects.
We invite the community to help honor our armed services by bringing leftover candy, beanie baby’s, and letters to our troops. We invite friends and family to participate.
Dr. Hurley and her staff are personally involved in a number of community service projects. During the Halloween season, the office participates in Operation Gratitude that collects candy and beanie babies for the American troops. She also collects letters written by the scouts, students in high school and anyone else that wants to write a letter. These letters mean so much to the soldiers when they are away from home. She has been so successful in involving the community that she has collected over three thousand pounds of candy and over 5000 beanie babies and 600 letters. Local Girl Scout troops and the Key Club from the high school helped with the project.
A Letter of Thanks
Thank you for your package and support. It does encourage my troops and me when we get care packages from the states. I have been here for 9 months and the beanie babies help me know what I am fighting for. I have 3 kids and when I go to my tent to sleep it is right there to help me get through the long days knowing my family and friends are safe.
Thank you and God bless.
Beanie babies and letters to the troops are currently being collected.
They generously contributed 200 beanie babies and 650 pounds of candy and assorted items to our troops and first responders.
Even in spite of Hurricane Sandy, Operation Gratitude was successful on a smaller scale. A heartfelt thank you goes out to Troop 204 Long Hill Township Girl Scouts and the Bernards High School Key Club. These organizations collected 100 pounds of candy, 537 beanie babies, and 1200 letters to our troops. Thank you!
Fund Raiser for It’s A Ruff Life Rescue
Dr. Allyson Hurley’s dental office in Chatham collected wish list items and monetary donations for It’s A Ruff Life Rescue. In June 2017, they went to the Fishawack Festival, in Chatham, NJ. They brought puppies and dogs for adoption. For every wish item or monetary donation, Dr. Hurley applied $25 toward any dental service provided in her office. (One per person).
You can check out our website for more information at www.allysonhurley.com and the puppies and dogs up for adoption at www.itsaruffliferescue.com
It’s a Ruff Life Rescue Wish List
Pee Pee Pads
Collars & Leashes
Natural Balance® Original Ultra Whole Body Health Chicken, Brown Rice Duck Meal Formula – 14lb bags
Canine friendly 1” Bark notes
“Adopt Me” patch for a collar or leash
Bubbas, super strength commercial enzyme cleaner pet odor eliminator
Advantage II medium dog 4pack
Advantage II small dog
Frontline dogs & puppies 8 weeks & older up to 22lbs
Natures Miracle Pet urine destroyer
Midwest quiet time pet bed deluxe 35×23 or 29×21 or 17×21
Midwest bolster pet bed for dogs & cats
Thank you in advance.
Operation Smile is an organization that provides free surgery for cleft palate and cleft lip victims for as little as $240 per surgery “restore a life –change a smile”. As a certified professional photographer Dr. Hurley first heard about Operation Smile through the Professional Photographers of America that have this as their official charity fundraiser.
Operation Smile Fundraiser
You Will Receive
We are proud to announce that 18 lives have been changed so far in 2018.
You Can Make a Difference in Someone’s Life!
Give Back a Smile
The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry sponsors a program Give Back a Smile that assists domestic abuse victims restore their smiles and their lives. Dr. Hurley has participated for many years trying to get the word out to local shelters and has written newspaper articles to inform the public of the program.
Donated Dental Services
Donated Dental Services is a program that assists mentally and physically handicapped receive needed dentistry. For over a decade, Dr. Hurley and her staff have helped someone receive much needed dentistry.
The Interfaith Food Pantry
The Interfaith Food Pantry of Morris County is a much-needed source for food in these economic times. A personal family experience with this organization showed the need for donations of articles that cannot be obtained with food stamps. Toothbrushes, toothpaste, toiletries, cleaning supplies, toilet paper, and diapers are just a few examples of items that are not available through food stamps. Dr. Hurley offers a program that if you bring in a bag of supplies you receive a credit of $25 off your dental bill. She serves as a collection point for dropping off the little bars of soap and bottles that you receive while traveling, make up samples, diapers and cleaning supplies. Dr. Hurley also donates a teeth whitening for their silent auction fundraiser.
Get a Physical
Get a Physical is a program that encourages people to be healthy. Dr. Hurley offers $25 off a patient’s dental bill if they bring in proof that they have had any preventative tests or a physical in the past year.
Museum of Early Trades and Crafts
This special museum located in Madison, NJ showcases many tools and techniques used to build during the 17th and 18th century. They need financial help from outside sources. Dr. Hurley donates either one of her fine art images or a teeth whitening during their fundraising.