food drive

Collection Drive for The Covington Food Bank a Success!

Stirling Properties just completed a 2-week collection drive for The Covington Food Bank, whose supplies have been considerably depleted over the course of the summer.  Since the food bank is in desperate need of food and personal hygiene products, the Stirling Stewardship Committee organized the drive to give employees and agents at Stirling’s Corporate Headquarters in Covington the opportunity to donate toward this worthy cause.  Thanks to the generosity of everyone who donated items, the Covington Food Bank now has over 700 more items to help those in need.  When the items were dropped off, they totaled 704 pounds (yes, pounds)!

A special thank you to Tracy Gandy  for her efforts in organizing the drive, and to Dawn Plaisance, Monica Milazzo, Jessica Zeringue and Mark Dugan who donated the most items!

Covington Food Bank Drive

Pictured: (Top Row, L-R) Monica Milazzo, Dawn Plaisance, (Bottom Row, L-R) Jessica Zeringue, Tracy Gandy

About the Covington Food Bank:  The Covington Food Bank is truly a community food bank. Supported by the generosity of the residents and businesses of the Northshore, the food bank serves the needs of the most vulnerable in our community by providing food, clothing, emergency assistance and dental care. The Covington Food Bank serves residents of St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington Parishes.  Click here to find out how you can get involved!

Stirling Properties Collects Donations for Tornado Food Drive

Tornado Food Drive - June 2013

Pictured: (Top Row, L-R) Marty Mayer, Cyndie Quave, Tracy Gandy, Ellen McCain, Tara Slater, Samantha Marshall, Courtney Lehman, Jeanne Taravella, Marsha Smalley, Sharon Amacker, Eugene Schmitt, Chris Abadie; (Bottom Row, L-R) Gena Randall, Monica Milazzo, Marcia McGarrity, Tina Crouchet, Judy McKee, Beezie Landry, Jeff Marshall, Nancy Stallings, Amanda Pfeil, Paul Mastio, Kristy Beach, Laura Wallace, Elizabeth Schmelling, Dina Moran, Karen Bachemin, Gerry Catanese

In an effort to help with the disaster relief in Oklahoma, employees and agents of Stirling Properties collected donations of non-perishable food items for the St. Tammany Fire Protection District #1 in Slidell, Louisiana.  Firemen of the district are collecting and organizing donated items and will personally deliver them.  On Saturday, June 8, the donations will be transported to Norman, Oklahoma for distribution to residents affected by the recent tornadoes.

There is still time to donate!  They are accepting donations at fire stations throughout the Slidell area until Friday, June 7.

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