Anglin Annual Serve Day 2022

Anglin Reichmann Armstrong developed ten serve-day groups across the Huntsville and Pensacola communities this December. The not-for-profit organizations that we served were: 305 8th Street, North Alabama Food Bank, Village of promise, Lincoln Village, Huntsville Drumline, Manna House, Greater Huntsville Humane Society Thrift Store, Kids to Love, First Stop Homeless, and the Pensacola Humane Society.

305 8th Street

Our 305 8th Street team, led by Christopher Cook & Michelle Jenkins, assisted with cleaning, organizing toiletries, and weekly meal prepping.



North Alabama Food Bank

Our foodbank team, led by Elissa Radway, sorted food, removed expired foods, and put together boxes for families.  Our team successfully provided 687.5 meals to the community. What an extraordinary experience serving!



Village of Promise

Our Village of Promise team, led by Jack Kline, organized the storage unit and closets, moved furniture, put up the Christmas Tree, and assembled gift baskets for parents.



Lincoln Village

Our Lincoln Village team, led by Nathan Belgard, helped move construction supplies and materials to assist with the preparation required for the building process.




Huntsville Drumline Percussion & Performing Arts Center

Our Huntsville Drumline team, led by Brandon Smith & Scott Hand, helped clean up the landscaping around the building and assisted in removing large trees.



Manna House

Our Manna House team, led by Kendall Day, planted lettuce for the community in the hydroponic garden.




Greater Huntsville Humane Society Thrift Store

Our Humane Society team, led by Karen Norton, organized and worked the thrift store.



Kids to Love

Our Kids to Love team, led by LeAnne Goode, organized the warehouse and worked the store.



First Stop Homeless

Our First Stop Homeless team, led by Rebecca Givens, made fleece blankets and put together personal hygiene bags, then delivered them to the day center.




Pensacola Humane Society

Our Pensacola Humane Society team, led by Megan Van Horn, helped clean up stumps, logs, and branches out of the Pensacola Humane Society’s stray cat area so that they can make some major renovations to that area. They also toured the facility and got to play with two adorable little puppies when they finished their community work!


Serving our community is a vital part of our culture, and serving is near and dear to our hearts.  We are so passionate about it that we dedicate an entire workday each year for our team to serve together in the community.  Each year our team looks forward to our serve day celebration and spends many hours organizing and planning the event. It is an awarding opportunity to give back to our community, and it’s an event that we look forward to every year.  If you have a community service opportunity that you would like us to consider next year, please contact us here

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