About

Beach, Jenn, Jaime, Noah, JaceLove the Little Ones was founded by Jaime and Jennifer Allison in 2008 with a vision to make a difference in the lives of children locally and across the world by loving and serving them in meeting their economic and spiritual needs.

Love the Little Ones began with a handful of people hosting birthday parties for children at a local Children’s Home, offering gifts, love, and building relationships with wonderful children. Various individuals volunteer their time, talents, and money to bless these children!

 

Jaime is passionate about reaching out to those in need, especially children. She has been to Puerto Rico several times as part of a Mission’s Team assisting families in need. She also organizes monthly birthday parties for boys and girls at a local Children’s Home, showering them with love and gifts.

She is a mother to two beautiful boys, Noah (13) and Jace (11), has a basketball organization, The Concord Comets, a real estate company, and an accountant at the family business, Allison Bookkeeping and Tax Services.

Jennifer has a Public Relations Business, Jennifer Allison Publicity, and is passionate about helping everyone discover their talents, achieve their dreams, while helping people, animals, and nature. Her clients are bands, solo artists, actors, authors, activists, and non-profit organizations. She is open to being a publicists for all types of businesses. Blessed with a gift to teach, Jennifer was an elementary teacher for fourteen years & is substitute teaching at this time, & started a tutoring business, Jennifer’s Tutoring Time. Jennifer’s Doggie Playcare & Walking Service was founded in 2015 to help animals have a lake vacation when their parents travel. World peace, love, happiness, and freedom!

What We Do:

Organize Monthly Children Home Birthday Parties

Assist families in need

Mission Trips

“Anticipate charity by preventing poverty; assist the needy one, either by a considerable gift or a sum of money or by teaching a trade or by putting one in the way of business so that he/she may earn an honest livelihood and not be forced to the dreadful alternative of holding out his/her hand for charity. This is the highest step and summit of charity’s golden ladder.”

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