A+ Storage Donates Space to Nashville Non-Profit Affected by Flooding

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A+ Storage of Nashville, Tenn., is helping a community organization affected by the region’s flooding by donating space.

Last week, the storage facility offered space to the Nashville Community Resource Center (CRC), which provides cleaning supplies, personal hygiene products, clothing, toys and more to non-profit agencies and those in desperate need. The CRC office and warehouse were destroyed by the recent flooding.

The warehouse and office space provided by A+ Storage enabled CRC to resume operations. Donations of clothing, money and other items can be made at A+ Storage Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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