Clarendale of St. Peters is Driven to Help The Community

Operation Food Search participants

Residents, staff and friends of Clarendale of St. Peters have proven time and again that community outreach is important to them. They were driven to tackle not one, but two holiday projects to round out 2021.

“I’m so proud of our employees, residents and their families,” says Mark Golliday, Executive Director. “Even before the first project was complete, they were planning the next one—and their efforts truly led to remarkable results!”

A Fulfilling Food Drive. Dedicated Clarendale of St. Peters employees and residents joined forces with other local senior living communities to collect a record-setting 9,500 pounds of nonperishable food in conjunction with the St Charles County Ambulance District, Operation Food Search.

A Fun-Filled Toy Drive. Thanks to devoted employees and residents of Clarendale of St. Peters, nearly 100 unwrapped toys were collected and delivered to Rankin Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital, serving kids from birth to 21 in need of additional care between hospital and home.

According to Golliday, “From the day I joined Clarendale of St. Peters, it’s been my goal to make sure our independent living, assisted living and memory care community is a good steward—a great neighbor. This team makes it easy!”

Want to learn more? For details about Clarendale of St. Peters and our outreach efforts in the community, click Schedule a Visit.