Opportunities for Kindness
Recently Filled Needs
Summer Reading Camp student needs shoes
A first grade boy attending Daphne Elementary Summer Reading Camp needs tennis shoes size youth 6. Any brand is ok. Please deliver to the office at Daphne Elementary, 2307 Main Street, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. and mark your donation attention Ms. Bryant or Mrs. Herman. School will be closed Monday, June 20th for a holiday. Thank you for your kindness.
Clothing for female Fairhope High School student
We have a special needs female student in need of SOFT clothing. Donations can be dropped off in the main office of Fairhope High School. The address is 1 Pirate Dr., Fairhope, AL 36532. Thank you for your kindness.
- Size XL t-shirts
- Size L athletic shorts or leggings
2 White shirts needed for Spanish Fort High School graduation on May 17th
Two (2) students need white collared button-down shirts for Spanish Fort High School graduation on May 17th. Men's Medium. Don't know the exact neck sizes, but smaller would be better. Can be long or short sleeve. Please deliver your donation to the school office at 1 Plaza de Toros. Thank you.
Red ties needed for Spanish Fort High School graduation on May 17
Two students need red ties for SFHS graduation on May 17th. Clip on or regular is appropriate. Does not have to be solid red. Height for each is approx. 5'9 and 6'3. Please deliver your donation to the school office at 1 Plaza de Toros. Thank you.
3 newly enrolled students need school uniforms at Daphne Elementary
3 newly enrolled elementary students need uniform help - new or gently used. Khaki or navy pants/shorts. White, purple or navy shirts.
2 boys: Youth Large or size 10 shirts, size 10 pants & shorts.
1 girl: Youth Large or sized10 shirts, size 10 shorts.
Please deliver your donations to Daphne Elementary School, 2307 Main Street. Thank you, Eastern Shore, for your kindness!
Fairhope High School - Boys' Athletic Shorts Size Medium
One of our male students is in need of black or gray athletic shorts in size Medium. Please drop off any donations to the Main Office at Fairhope High School, 1 Pirate Drive, Fairhope, AL 36532.
About Baldwin County - Eastern Shore
Andy Burton - Area Director
A resident of Fairhope since 1971, Andy is the original owner of Andrees Wine, Cheese & Things. She is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University with a degree in culinary arts, worked as a personal chef for many years and was also an adjunct professor at the culinary school in Gulf Shores. Andy’s involvement with Neighborhood Bridges started when saw needs posted on Facebook and began donating. This year she agreed to be one of three Area Directors and is happy to be a conduit for kindness. Andy has one son and two grandchildren in the Fairhope school system. In her free time she enjoys playing bridge and traveling the world.
Dena Pittman - Area Director
A lifelong resident of Baldwin County, Dena is an associate broker with Coldwell Banker Reehl Properties. She has been a local Realtor for over 25 year meeting the housing needs of the community. Upon learning about Neighborhood Bridges, Dena immediately felt compelled to meet the needs of local children in the school system through donations. In 2021, she was appointed as Area Director, along with Andy and Lori, with plans to expand Neighborhood Bridges to every school in Baldwin County in the near future. Serving daily through kindness is so very important, as we live in such a giving community. Dena has 2 children, Whitney and Hayden who attended Spanish Fort schools. Whitney now works in the music industry and lives in Nashville, while Hayden is a college football player and student at UAB in Birmingham.
Lori Terral - Area Director
I have been a resident in Fairhope since 2004. It is truly a pleasure to call Fairhope my home, I wanted to see this community thrive and do what we can to make it the best it can be. Neighborhood Bridges is a wonderful outreach of kindness to the children in our community, that is all done anonymously. I was asked to be an area director along with two other ladies. It has been so exciting to see how giving our community is, so many needs have been filled already. I am a graduate of LSU, and have been a stay at home mom. I am married to Gregg Terral and I have 4 grown children. I also have one beautiful granddaughter!