What are the holidays all about for you? Spending time with family, helping those out who are less fortunate, or just having some time to relax are all possibilities. You may be even looking for a way to make the holiday season a little less stressful, and here at Store It, we can help! The storage units we have in Halethorpe MD can be excellent if you are looking for somewhere to be able to store all of your family’s gifts. Also, we can be a great place post-holiday season for storing all of your seasonal decorations.
Our Store It facility commemorates the holidays by giving back to the community with our yearly Halethorpe MD charity initiative. Being able to have an impact on those living in our community is why supporting a charity during this time of the year is so important to us. This year we are assisting Tots for Tots!
With this organization staring back in 1947, it was the first to deliver toys to kids that were less fortunate. A Marine Corps Reserve named Bill Hendricks and his wife, Diane were the originators of Toys for Tots. This organization is linked to the Marine Corp Reserves and in 1991 it finally became recognized as a non-profit charity. Each year an average of 18 million toys are dispersed to 7 million less fortunate children. Help us in aiding Toys for Tots during our Halethorpe MD charity initiative!
Having tips to help you store during the holiday season is convenient when you are hosting your family. With all family members gathering at your home, make room for all of them with one of our storage units located in Halethorpe MD. Rent online now and store away gifts you are hiding from your family. Additionally, you can reserve a unit and once the holidays are over, and you will have a place for storing decorations.
About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.