Helping Animals at Lollypop Farm

Tony DiTucci, vice president of DGA Builders, LLC, in Pittsford, New York, donates to many local charities and organizations dedicated to improving his Rochester-area community. As someone who loves animals, Tony DiTucci donates to Lollypop Farm, supporting animals and people for almost 150 years.

Donated to the Humane Society of Greater Rochester, the 134 acres that is Lollypop Farm houses over 10,000 homeless animals every year, including cats, dogs, birds, horses, pigs, and a variety of other farm animals. Over 100 staff members and hundreds of volunteers give their time to help connect animals with nurturing homes.

Beyond animal adoptions and care, Lollypop Farm commits itself to community outreach, seeking to stop animal cruelty and provide the public with tips for animal first aid and proper care.

Lollypop Farm hosts events throughout the year to raise money for the many animals that rely on its veterinary care and shelter. The annual Lollypop Farm Barktober Fest Walk for the Animals is a 1.5 mile walk around the farm, complete with a beer garden, food court, and raffles.