This year went by quickly, and we are already approaching the holidays. The holiday season can be an exhausting time, especially for families who are worrying about their next meal or rent payment. But The Salvation Army helps with Rescue Christmas each year to provide resources for families to get back on their feet in the new year. It needs your help this year more than ever as it expects to see up to 155% more people suing its programs. If you are able to, you can donate to help fund these holiday programs at Stirling Storage in Phoenixville PA.
A donation to The Salvation Army will stay in your community, directly benefiting your neighbors and friends. The Salvation Army makes partnerships on the local level to provide resources. It will hand out food boxes, serve Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, and provide grocery assistance. The Salvation Army also helps families pay their bills. In March, about 12 million families missed their rent or mortgage payment. With unemployment rates high as a result of the pandemic, many families are still facing these struggles.
If you decide you would like to make a holiday donation, you can do so at Stirling Storage on Kimberton Road in Phoenixville PA. Our on-site experts are available during office hours as well if you also want to inquire about storage. Stirling Storage offers temperature-controlled and interior storage units near the University of Valley Forge. Whether you are looking for residential or commercial storage, we can hook you up with the best storage solution that will fit your budget. Stirling Storage is a safe facility that serves Phoenixville PA, Kimberton PA, Wilmer PA, and beyond. You can rent or reserve your storage unit online to get started today!
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.