Lollypop Farm Offers Summer Camp Program for Children

A construction and contracting professional in Rochester, New York, Tony DiTucci oversees the construction of multi-family and senior housing projects as vice president of DGA Builders. Outside of work, Tony DiTucci supports charitable organizations including Lollypop Farm.

Lollypop Farm aims to protect vulnerable animals through education and community outreach. This summer, the organization will offer Summer Camp @Home options to keep children engaged and entertained. The week-long animal themed virtual camps include both live and self-paced activities that children can participate in from a private online space. An interactive Bitmoji virtual classroom invites children to connect with peers, as well as to learn about animals through live virtual sessions with shelter experts.

To support children’s learning, parents can order a Lollypop Farm Camp @Home Kit, which includes a camp t-shirt, a book, and instructions for various DIY activities. For more information or to sign up for Summer Camp @Home, visit