Starion Energy Kicks Off the Holiday Season by Donating Over $1,500 of Non-perishable Food Items and Health Supplies to the Middlebury, Connecticut Community Food Bank

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Employees Also Start a Month Long Toy Collection Drive That They Hope Brings Joy This Holiday To Local Children Battling Cancer

Starion Energy, Inc. completed a food drive for the Middlebury, Connecticut Community Food Bank.

Employees at the company's headquarters in Middlebury held their annual food drive and donated over $1,500 in food and health care items, including spaghetti sauce, canned soup, stuffing, pasta, rice, fruits, vegetables, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste and much more. The collection ran between Nov. 3 and Nov. 18, and was presented to the Food Bank.

The company also plans to kick off a holiday toy drive Nov. 30. The toy drive will benefit pediatric oncology patients at Smilow Children's Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. Individuals can donate new, still-packaged toys under 24" in length to the company's headquarters; toys will be distributed the week of December 25th.

Duane Gereski, Marketing Director at Starion Energy said, "Every year we challenge ourselves to find ways to help local children and families in need." "Our goal this holiday season is to provide pediatric patients with comfort, enjoyment, and support while they are receiving inpatient and outpatient care", added Lisa Schmidt, Office Manager at Starion Energy.

"The owners and employees of the company always step up and find ways to make a difference in the community", Gereski shared. The toy drive will run through Dec. 18.

About Starion Energy, Inc.
Starion Energy, Inc. serves both commercial and residential customers as an electricity and gas supplier. Starion Energy, Inc.'s coverage area spans nine states throughout the U.S. To learn more about their services, visit

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Starion Energy, Inc. kicks off the holiday season by donating over $1,500 of nonperishable food items and health supplies to the Middlebury, Connecticut Community Food Bank.  Employees also start a month long toy collection drive that they hope will help