Laura Pople, Executive Director of Seer Farms (Lou Russo, Townsquare Media)

The OceanFirst Charity Challenge has given us all a great opportunity to learn about some terrific local charities as well as make donations to these great groups.

We were able to spend some time with representatives from some of these wonderful organizations on the morning show and for today's show, the spotlight was on three charities.

Seer Farms' mission is to give pet owning families that are in crisis, like a long hospital stay, a military deployment, or natural disaster,  an opportunity to have their pets cared for until the family and their pets can reunite. You can get all the details about the group at their website.

Pat Donahue and Ed Burke from People's Pantry Relief Center

People's Pantry Relief Center began with Sandy, but the mission has certainly expanded. Their pantry is designed like a supermarket and People's Pantry Relief Center serves over 6000 individuals all over Ocean County. Visit The People's Pantry Relief Center Facebook Page for more info.

All Fur Love Animal Rescue has already adopted out 141 animals and their goal is to spay and neuter 100 cat and kittens this year. To find out more, visit the All Fur Love website.

Steve Charnick, co-founder and Treasurer or All Fur Love (Lou Russo, Townsquare Media)

The OceanFirst Charity Challenge ends today (Friday, May 9, 2014) at 11:59:59am ET.