Giving Back To Our Community
We’re dedicated to making a positive impact on our community. These are some of the organizations our team proudly supports.
Glen Eagle sponsored the 2019 Annual WPEO-NY Annual Breakthrough Breakfast on Friday, October 4 at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. Our team enjoyed sharing information about Glen Eagle at an exhibit booth and networking with WBEs and WPEO corporate members. Photos by https://www.theboothforbusiness.com/
Our team volunteered in January 2020 at the The Bike Exchange in Ewing, NJ. The Bike Exchange collects bicycle donations and raises over $100,000 a year to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County.
Our team (including our 2019 summer interns) enjoyed spending the day on August 5, 2019, at Elijah's Promise in New Brunswick, NJ volunteering in the Community Kitchen.
The Glen Eagle team enjoyed spending time at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen serving lunch on December 3, 2018.
The Glen Eagle team collected durable food products in November 2017 to ship to St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands, which suffered from immense damage inflicted by Hurricane Irma. Glen Eagle was proud to begin their collection in response to the Saint Elizabeth University's’s own campaign to encourage others to donate to the recovering island during the 2017 Thanksgiving season.
On August 3, 2017, the Glen Eagle team was able to give back to three separate organizations in one day!
- The team collected non-perishable goods for Mt Carmel Guild of Trenton, New Jersey’s Emergency Assistance Program.
- The team collected donated books for Trenton Catholic Academy, a regional PreK-12 school for the Diocese of Trenton that prepares students for college and life after education through a demanding preparatory curriculum.
- Later that day, the Glen Eagle team traveled to Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve to help Friends Of Princeton Open Space with the removal of invasive species and eventual replanting of those native to the area.
On November 18, 2016, the Glen Eagle team worked with Mount Carmel Guild of Trenton, New Jersey to construct food boxes for those in need during this Thanksgiving season. (no photo available)
Susan Dumont - Susan and her family have volunteered at the Interfaith Food Pantry in Morristown for many years. The photos below were taken in 2015 at a volunteer event where Susan's daughter's 2nd grade class helped stock the food pantry shelves and sorted incoming donations while receiving an educational tutorial about the food pantry and their clients. Susan's family has been donating ever since and they incorporate shopping for the pantry into their own home shopping.
Kathy Lo Bue hosts a Monthly Discussion Series. See 2 photos below.
- Presentation featuring Veterans’ Benefits with Speaker, Peter Midgley, Veteran’s Services Officer – Kathy is pictured introducing the program (March 2018)
- Kathy Lo Bue Presentation: Achieving Your Best Life in September 2018 – pictured with son Cory and husband Tony.
Kathy Lo Bue: Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County Shining Lights Award. Kathy has been involved with this organization for 11 years. She served as Chair of the Board and now is a member of the Advisory Board. She donates annually to their Angel Fund and for their Special Events – i.e., Volunteer Luncheon/Shining Lights Award Dinner. Pictured in photo (l to r) Rosemary Durkin, - current Chair of the Board, Linda Gyimoty – Interfaith Executive Director, Tony – Kathy’s husband and Kathy - the Honoree.
Kathy: Kathy is an annual sponsor for our local Knights of Columbus program: “Bring a Soldier Home for the Holidays.” She will be a speaker for the Knights in April. Kathy is an annual sponsor for EHAP (Emergency House & Advocacy Program). The Co-Cathedral of St. Robert Bellarmine houses homeless/transition men during the winter months.
Jane Gore: Jane is a Board Member at the Princeton Senior Resource Center. She is also a Board Member of the Princeton Regional Chamber's Women in Business Alliance. Below is a photo from the June 2019 Women of Achievement Award event hosted by the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber.
In 2019, Jane created the Princeton Women in Business (PWIB) group which meets quarterly at the businesses represented in the membership. Currently, with the pandemic, they are meeting through Zoom. This group shares business relationships. Pictured below Princeton Women In Business event at Sourland Distillery Fall 2020
John Blackmon: In 2003, John and his wife, Jenny, endowed a Scholarship at the Univ. of Alabama Business School that has been utilized by 72 Students thus far since inception. John has served on the President’s Cabinet at The University of Alabama, The Culverhouse Business School Board at The U of A & on the Finance Committee at All Saints Episcopal Church. John is currently active on the Board of a 501(c) Foundation. His wife, Jenny, serves on the Pastoral Care Committee at All Saints. (no photos available)
Marylou Wellbrock-Reeves is an Intake volunteer at the Community Resource Center, which builds bridges for neighbors in need. She is on the Alumna Council at the Dana Hall School and on the Finance Committee with the City of Lewes. At St. Peter’s Church, one of the oldest churches in Delaware, she is on the Finance Committee and active in the Open Door Committee, Capital Campaign (no photos available)
Ansie Monaghan: Ansie serves on the Advisory Committee of Womanspace, a nonprofit based in Mercer County. She has also volunteered with Zonta, an organization that empowers women. Below is a photo of the Womanspace Advisory Committee take at the organizations gala event in 2020.