Three 33 Properties is proud to support DOVE

DOVE works specifically with adults, teens, and children who have been abused, emotionally and financially, as well as physically and sexually. DOVE’s services include crisis intervention, danger assessment and safety planning, supportive counseling, emergency shelter, legal advocacy and representation, and community outreach, education, and training.

DOVE remains the only domestic violence shelter and community-based service provider based in Norfolk County, and also serves the greater South Shore. DOVE strives to educate individuals, families and the community at-large to help change the societal conditions that allow domestic violence to persist. Our efforts address the isolation and vulnerability faced by victims of domestic violence and the enormous emotional, psychological, and financial toll violence takes on victims, their children, and the community.

Three 33 Cares

“Empowering Charities To Thrive”

For Real Estate Investors and local charity sponsors to interact in a shared space where a wealth of knowledge, ideas and inspiration are created.

Three 33 Properties is committed to financially supporting and volunteering at local charities that are most important to its team members.

In 2022, Three 33 will be hosting symposiums and networking events to raise awareness for these important missions.

It is our objective to bring leaders from the business community and non profit leaders into one space where a wealth of knowledge, ideas and inspiration can be created.

Three 33 Properties is proud to support The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp

Founded in 1988 by Paul Newman, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides “a different kind of healing” to more than 20,000 seriously ill children and family members annually – all completely free of charge. For many of these children and families, Hole in the Wall provides multiple Camp experiences throughout the year at the facility in Ashford, Conn., in more than 40 hospitals and clinics, directly in camper homes and communities, and through other outreach activities across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic.

Amid COVID-19, Hole in the Wall has pivoted all in-person programming to alternative expressions, including virtual Family Weekends, weekly Caregiver Cabin Chats on Zoom, and a diverse array of Hospital Outreach programming delivered both at patients’ bedsides in our partner hospitals and remotely. All campers who applied to attend Camp during the summer were invited to choose their own adventure from a virtual weeklong camp session, a screen-free mailing series, or a special interest club. And for families looking to get in on the fun, staff are also providing virtual home visits so that the whole family can enjoy some much-needed Camp magic.

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