Founded in 1864. An employee-owned company.

Community Involvement

Marshall & Sterling Insurance is committed to being a strong community partner and playing a key role in corporate social responsibility within the communities we serve. The company’s 340 employees regularly give of their time, talent and financial resources to support a wide array of civic organizations and not-for-profit charitable organizations, serving hundreds of thousands of neighbors in need. Many Marshall & Sterling employees also serve on governing Boards of Directors and other volunteer committees in support of these organizations.

Here are just a few photos of our community work. Connect with us on Facebook for more!

  

Our Staff Has Heart!

Each year, our staff in Middletown and Monticello raise money and awareness, walking in the Tri County Heart Walk. Recently, staff raised $700 to support the mission of the American Heart Association. We also make sure to dress the part every year on Go Red for Women Day, and stress the importance of good heart health to our employees.

 

Our Middletown Office likes to Think PINK!

Each year, our Middletown employees hold a "pink day" in support of breast cancer awareness month. They also sell "think pink" bracelets to raise awareness. Recently, Staff raised $250, which was donated at the Making Strides 5K in October! 

Members of our Middletown office also walked in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk at Woodbury Commons, and are proud supporters of the cause.

Pictured left: Belinda Orr, Jennifer Cracciolo, Liz Sukosky and Rhonda Marino.

 

We support local food programs!

Marshall & Sterling Middletown Branch associates recently donated $150 to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley. Donations were collected among the staff  to help alleviate hunger in our community. Our staff also hosts food drives throughout the year for local food pantries, and spent this past Make a Difference Day sorting food at the Food Bank.

The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, located in Cornwall-on-Hudson, serves more than 400 feeding programs in six counties - Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster and Sullivan. Their food is distributed to food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, day care centers, senior programs, rehabilitation programs, and programs for the disabled. It is a branch of the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York and a member of Feeding America, the national food bank network.

 

A Gift for the Delaware Youth Center

The Delaware Youth Center received a generous donation from the Monticello office of Marshall & Sterling this past winter. Employees of Marshall & Sterling donated $5 in exchange for wearing jeans on Fridays, for a total of $525.

 

Marshall & Sterling proudly supported the 2013 GET Annual Dinner and Awards ceremony

Founded in 2004 after a two year study conducted by Marist College School of Management and Mid Hudson Pattern for Progress, GET became incorporated as a nonprofit corporation in 2005. GET fills the gap in existing services by starting its work at the basic, early stages in the life cycle of any new business: the germination period where ideas are formed. Their services are available to women, minorities and low income families.

Pictured at right is Dr. Enrique "Rob" Lunski with Maria Cruz of Marshall & Sterling.

  Our staff, Maria Cruz and Greg Townsend participated in the Middletown Latino Festival in June. Marshall & Sterling Insurance helps sponsor this annual event, which brings family fun, food, Latino heritage information and business services to the community via a number of these local events throughout the year.
  Marshall & Sterling's Middletown office played an active role in supplying much needed resources to victims of Hurricane Sandy. Pictured at right are Bob Pilla, Sales Executive (at left), and Greg Townsend, Vice President & Branch Manager (at right) responding with Marshall & Sterling's Catastrophe Response unit, delivering bottled water and other emergency supplies to a shelter operating out of Rockland Community College.