Access Self Storage has kicked off its annual Christmas campaign, marking its 10th consecutive year of charitable efforts. Since the campaign’s initiation, over 18,500 gifts have been collected, benefitting various charities. This year, the focus is on Harrow Foodbank, and Access Self Storage is urging local residents and customers to contribute to making someone’s Christmas a little brighter.
Last year, the gifts were distributed across numerous charities, and this year’s collection aims to support Harrow Foodbank, a nominated charity by Access Self Storage Harrow. The call to action extends beyond local borders, allowing individuals to donate at any Access Self Storage location across the country.
The requested donations encompass a variety of essential items, including tinned food, jarred spreads, jams, toilet rolls, and toiletries. Access Self Storage Harrow Manager, Somaya Brown, noted the impact even a small donation can make, stating, “Just buying one extra gift for Harrow Foodbank this Christmas can make a real difference to someone in need.”
Jan Albert Fourie, General Manager of Operations at Access Self Storage, expressed hope for surpassing the 20,000 donated gifts milestone in this 10th anniversary year. He urged customers and local communities to rally behind the campaign, emphasizing the potential significant impact on those in need across the UK.
Gift collections have already commenced in Access Self Storage Harrow, with a call for people to bring in their donations until December 11th. The charity collection and distribution are timed to ensure that the gifts reach recipients in time for Christmas.
Harrow Foodbank commented, “We very much appreciate Access Storage offering to be a collection point for us this Christmas. The food they collect for us is especially needed during this cost of living crisis.”
Donations can be dropped off at Access Self Storage Harrow located at 1A Neptune Rd, Harrow HA1 4HY.
As the holiday season unfolds, Access Self Storage continues its decade-long tradition of spreading goodwill and making a tangible difference in the lives of those facing challenges during this festive time.