Our self storage in Sneads Ferry NC is a great spot to store your belongings while moving or organizing your space, but did you know you can also donate unwanted items here? Stored Away Self Storage is now a Charity Storage drop-off point! Your gently used items can make a positive impact and raise money for a good cause. We will use your donations to host Sneads Ferry NC storage auctions for the American Heart Association and other charitable organizations.
Make a donation anytime at Stored Away Self Storage! Cleaning out your storage unit? Moving houses? Those items you do not have any use for can be a treasure to someone else and go towards our Charity Storage auctions.
Let our manager know you would like to donate and we will put everything safely in storage until our next auction. Auctions are held online at Storage Treasures once the storage unit is full.
Each storage auction participating with Charity Storage gives the money raised to Kure It Cancer, the scholarship fund through SSA, and a charity of our choice. We wanted to give the majority of the proceeds to the American Heart Association. Heart disease is still the number one illness affecting families in the U.S. and the American Heart Association educates and fundraises for those affected.
There is no final date for collecting, our partnership with Charity Storage will continue into the new year. Any gently used belongings you no longer can make great donations.
Stored Away Self Storage can be your donation center, self storage location, and moving supply store in Sneads Ferry NC. We are excited to offer our solutions to our customers and surrounding Sneads Ferry NC neighbors. Rent online today; then stop in the office to donate for our next Sneads Ferry NC storage auctions supporting Charity Storage.
About the Author: Katie Mest is an SEO 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 camping, hiking, and exploring the outdoors with her newly adopted Greyhound rescue, Titan.