This year, instead of looking forward to decorating for the holidays, many families are facing immense financial crises. The holidays usually bring on large numbers of food and housing insecurity, but with COVID-19’s impact, this year will be even worse. And up to 155% more people are anticipated to need The Salvation Army’s Rescue Christmas programs this year. The Salvation Army works in small and large communities alike to help families get through into a new year. You can donate to these holiday programs at Princeton Self Storage’s office on Airpark Road in Princeton NJ.
A large portion of The Salvation Army’s funding for its holiday assistance services would normally be brought in by its Red Kettle Campaign. The campaign is in its 130th year, but there will be fewer red kettles out this holiday season to collect donations. Trying to lessen the spread of COVID-19 means fewer opportunities to fund programs like bill pay and grocery assistance.
The Salvation Army also serves holiday meals and packs food boxes to distribute. And its Angel Tree program allows anonymous donors to give presents to kids whose parents are not able to buy presents this year. Please help us make sure The Salvation Army can continue to help our community members who need it most.
Our Princeton Self Storage facility is located on Airport Road right next to the Princeton Airport. We want to make storing as easy as possible for you. Our experts are on-site to walk you through the whole processing from finding the right size and amenities to finding you supplies to make sure your belongings stay in top shape. We offer drive-up and temperature-controlled storage units that will fit your needs as well as your budget. You can rent or reserve storage with Princeton Self Storage online today!
About the Author: Paige is a Social Media Coordinator at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She brings the most useful storage tips and tricks to your social media feed and loves a good self-storage pun. Beyond work, Paige spends her free time traveling extensively, her most recent trip being the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia.