This holiday season, there will be more people than ever who need help getting through the holiday season. With COVID-19 wreaking havoc on our communities this year, 422 Storage wanted to do something special for our community. We are collecting money at our facility on behalf of The Salvation Army’s holiday initiative “Rescue Christmas.” Let us make sure everyone in the Palmyra PA community gets the holidays they deserve.
COVID-19 left a greater need in our local communities. The Salvation Army is expecting a much larger number of people to need assistance this holiday season based on unemployment rates and the amount of people it has already helped this year. The Salvation Army in Pennsylvania is a partnership with Schwan’s, through which 2,500 family meal boxes are expected to be donated.
You will not be seeing as many of The Salvation Army’s infamous red kettles outside stores this year. We are looking at an expected 50% decrease in funds usually brought in by the red kettles. People are not carrying as much cash, and many prefer to handle their shopping online. Many small business, particularly brick-and-mortar stores, have been closed because of COVID-19.
422 Storage is asking your help to provide resources to those in Palmyra PA who need it during the holidays. We are accepting donations in our office on Main Street in Palmyra PA.
Located on Route 422, we are a convenient storage facility for those who live or work on the Palmyra PA area. We offer temperature-controlled and drive-up storage units that fit your budget. And we have parking spaces that can hold your vehicle, boat, or RV. Talk to one of experts today to see what size storage unit and what amenities will best fulfill your storage needs. Rent or reserve your storage unit or parking space online!
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