Real estate company donates $ 5,000 to the region’s pantry

Dermody Properties, a national private property investment, development and management firm focused exclusively on the logistics real estate industry, has announced the recipients of its annual Dermody Properties Thanksgiving Capstone award.

Saint Alphonsus Liguori Food Pantry, which seeks to provide food to families in need of assistance living in Prospect Heights, Wheeling and Mount Prospect, has received $ 5,000 to help these communities gain access to an adequate and nutritious food source .

Saint Alphonsus Liguori Food Pantry is an entity of the Saint Alphonsus Liguori parish, which prides itself on being an involved, welcoming and caring Catholic community, dedicated to service.

Each year, senior management at Dermody Properties selects recipients of the annual Thanksgiving Capstone Award, with the overall goal of helping nonprofits meet the increased needs encountered during the holidays.

This year, Partner and Chief Investment Officer Timothy Walsh specifically named Saint Alphonsus Liguori Food Pantry as the recipient.

“Food insecurity is a very unfortunate but real problem in our community,” said Walsh. “We feel incredibly touched to be able to support Saint Alphonsus Liguori Food Pantry, so that the organization can help even more people and families in difficulty. “

The Dermody Properties Annual Thanksgiving Capstone Award is uniquely led each year by the Dermody Properties Executive Committee, which includes Chairman and CEO Michael Dermody; President Douglas A. Kiersey, Jr.; Partner and Chief Financial Officer Kathleen Briscoe; Chief Operating Officer Elizabeth Kauchak; chief financial officer Douglas Lanning; and partner and chief investment officer Timothy Walsh.

“Each year, the Thanksgiving Capstone Award enables our company to help organizations that really make a difference in the lives of those in need,” said Dermody.

“We are delighted to support Saint Alphonsus Liguori Food Pantry and recognize their efforts to tackle hunger and food insecurity among our most vulnerable populations at a time when they need it most. “

Dermody Properties selected six other beneficiary organizations across the country. For more information, visit www.Dermody.com.

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