Mrs. Lois Pope is a very generous lady who had established various organizations that work dedicatedly in different fields of social welfare to make the lives of deserving, disabled, children, sick and other people of the society better. Several organizations like the Disabled Veterans’ Life Memorial Foundation, Leaders in Furthering Education (LIFE) and Lois Pope Life Foundation, Inc. are working for the benefit of various charitable programs due to her kind nature.
A number of people were helped locally and all over the world due kindness and charity of Mrs. Lois Pope . The Peggy Adams Wild Life Animal Rescue League, in Palm Beach County, a new pet adoption unit, was purchase through the funds raised by the Life Foundation in Florida, her home state, to facilitate the adoption of numerous dogs and cats. A regional theater, Florida Stage, in Manalapan was also funded by her foundation. The Miami University was also donated with a whopping 10 million dollars to construct Lois Pope Center which is today serving the world as one of the top centers with neurological research facilities. A new campus and a memorial fountain were also funded by her in memorial of Generoso Pope Jr., her late husband, for supporting an organization, The Cedars of Marin, to provide residential facilities to the disabled adults needing developmental support. Mrs. Lois Pope also raised funds through Disabled Veterans’ Life Memorial Foundation to construct a memorial for the US veterans in Washington DC in the honor of the living veterans who were injured or disabled during military campaigns since long. This memorial is planned to be dedicated on Veterans Day 2012 to the living war veterans. This memorial is now one of the most important memorials of USA and an inspiration for the people.
Mrs. Lois Pope has been noticed all over the world as a renowned kind lady due to her deeds of kindness. five ambulances were donated by the Life Foundation to Magen David Adom, the Red cross of Israel and also installed clean water system to facilitate the villages shattered by Hurricane Mitch in Guatemala. $50,000 were donated by Life Foundation, Inc. to the Community of Sudanese & American Women/Men, to help men and women who have come to United States to start their lives from scratch after being displaced during war. Lois Pope LIFE International Achievement Award was also presented by the foundation of Mrs. Lois Pope to honor the scientists for their outstanding works in their respective fields. This award containing $100,000 is provided as a research fund to the scientists.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania raised Mrs. Lois Pope was honored with an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws to recognize her accomplishments by Chestnut Hill College which she attended for her education qualifications. An honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters was also awarded to her by Rabbinical College of America. Mrs. Lois Pope had also offered her services on the Palm Beach Opera and the Armory Art Center. At present she had divided her time between her residences in Snowmass, Colorado and Delray Beach, Florida.