It has been a crazy year, and Almighty Storage wants to make sure everyone in our community is taken care of. COVID-19 has brought a lot financial hardship to families across the country, and more people than ever will be relying on The Salvation Army‘s services this year. We are asking our neighbors and tenants to consider donating to The Salvation Army drive, so we can support our neighbors through the holiday season. Visit one of our locations in Denham Springs or Prairieville LA to donate!
During a normal year, you would walk around the mall to do your Christmas shopping as see red kettles at every exit. This year, things will look different. People are not carrying as much cash, and they prefer to shop online. Many stores have also been forced to close their doors due to the economic impact of COVID-19. Due to all these factors, The Salvation Army needs help making up for the reduced red kettle funds.
When you donate to the Rescue Christmas initiative, you are funding programs that support your local community. Residents of Denham Springs LA and Prairieville LA will directly benefit. The Salvation Army has programs that offer grocery, bill-pay, meal, and shelter assistance. And this year, The Salvation Army is anticipating a greater need for these services.
Help us make a difference by donating at either our Denham Springs or Prairieville location!
When you store with Almighty Storage, you can rest easy knowing your items are safe. We have cameras recording and give tenants personalized keypad access into the facility. First, find the location closest to you. Then you can rent or reserve your storage unit online if you wish to have a contactless storage experience. Check us out today in Denham Springs and Prairieville!
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