Regency Centers Participates in 11th Annual WAHU Stockings Drive

Volunteers from Regency center wearing santa hats in front of a christmas tree, posing for a picture and smiling.

Volunteers from Regency Centers helped fill over 160 bags with goodies and toys as a part of Salvation Army's 11th Annual WAHU Stockings Drive. The bags will be given away to local teenagers in need in order to brighten their holiday season. Regency Centers' Hollymead Town Center was one of four locations the community was able to pick-up and drop off a bag filled with goods.

"Partnering with WAHU for the annual Stocking Stuffers campaign has been a privilege of Regency Centers for years. Aside from the valuable exposure the event brings to the Hollymead Town Center during the holiday season, the enthusiasm of our tenants and the generosity of the local community are extraordinary. The event continues to gain increased support every year and we already have tenants signing up to participate next year." – Thomas Howard, Regional Property Manager

The event kicked off at Hollymead Town Center on November 24. Check out this video where Regency's Debra Fine talks about the importance on the WAHU Stockings Drive and what it means to the organization.