Joy Dolgon Bio

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Joy Dolgon 300Joy Dolgon splits her time between homes in Boca Raton and Long Island. The mother of 5 has been involved with Place of Hope since the Boca Raton campus broke ground in 2014.  A graduate of Hofstra University, her professional career included stints in television sales and real estate title closing before dedicating herself as a full time mom. In addition to her 5 children, new daughter-in-law and her husband Howard, the family has 2 goldendoodles.  The older dog Rubie is a trained therapy dog who makes frequent visits to nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

“I proudly support Place of Hope because of my strong belief that children should not be victims of their circumstances and that every child deserves the opportunity to thrive in a loving and supportive environment.”


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