The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) is a Boeing 747SP aircraft modified to accommodate a 2.7 meter gyro-stabilized telescope, which is mainly focused to studying the Universe at infrared wavelengths. As part of the Strategic Director's Discretionary Time (S-DDT) program, SOFIA performs observations of relevant science cases and immediately offers science-ready data products to the astronomical community. We present the first data release of the S-DDT program on far-infrared imaging polarimetric observations of 30 Doradus using the High-resolution Airborne Wideband Camera-Plus (HAWC+) at 53, 89, 154, and 214 micron. We present the status and quality of the observations, an overview of the SOFIA data products, and examples of working with HAWC+ polarimetric data that will enhance the scientific analysis of this, and future, data sets. These observations illustrate the potential influence of magnetic fields and turbulence in a star-forming region within the Tarantula Nebula.