Law firm's 'Day of Service' involves food drive


Make text smaller Make text larger



Photos



  • James Quiggle collecting food for the needy



SPARTA — On November 29, 2017, James Quiggle, a paralegal at the law firm of Laddey, Clark & Ryan, along with the assistance of other employees, completed a day of service on behalf of the firm collecting non-perishable food items at Stop & Shop for the Sparta Ecumenical Church Food Pantry. As a result, LCR was able to raise over $200 and collected about six grocery carts of non-perishable items for local families in need.

“I feel grateful to my firm for giving me the opportunity to help support such an important organization as the Sparta Ecumenical Church Food Pantry,” Quiggle xsaid. “This food pantry helps serve the needs of hundreds of people throughout Sussex County, including families with young children. There are very few things in life more rewarding than giving back to your community.”

Managing Partner Thomas Ryan said, “We are proud of James for the success of this effort and the impact it will have on so many people in need. Laddey, Clark & Ryan’s Day of Service Program gives employees the opportunity to have an unforgettable volunteer experience that makes a difference in the community.”

Laddey, Clark & Ryan’s Day of Service Program is part of a growing trend for corporate volunteer programs that engage employees by providing a meaningful and valuable experience that gives back to the community.

Laddey, Clark & Ryan can be reached at 973-729-1880 or <URL destination="http://www.lcrlaw.com. ">www.lcrlaw.com.

Make text smaller Make text larger

Comments

Pool Rules



MUST READ NEWS

NJ Congressmen unite to oppose parts of tax reform effort
By Meghan Byers
While bipartisanship may be in short supply in Washington, D.C., it is alive and vocal in New Jersey, at least in opposition to the elimination of certain...

Read more »
Image

Youth hockey team creates Christmas magic
By Laurie Gordon
— It is said that it takes a community to raise a child. In this case, it's an ice hockey team giving a...

Read more »
Image

Fredon girl gives gift of her hair for the holidays
By Laurie Gordon
— When Sadie Brand's third grade teacher, Courtney Petermann, donated some of her hair to charity, Brand was...

Read more »
Image

Local artist is painting the town
By Laurie Gordon
— Kim Lonsky doesn't mind the cold. The artist has been illuminating the facades of area businesses all...

Read more »
Image

VIDEOS



E-NEWSLETTER

Sign up to get our newsletter emailed to you every week!

  • Enter your email address in the box below.
  • Select the newsletters you would like to subscribe to.
  • Click the 'SUBSCRIBE' button.

* indicates required
Community Newspapers


MOST READ

Local News
Local artist is painting the town
  • Dec 13, 2017

MOST COMMENTED



Find more about Weather in Andover, NJ