StorSecure Self-Storage Kapolei Collects Canned Goods for Hawaii Foodbank

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StorSecure Self-Storage Kapolei in Hawaii is partnering with the community to collect food for the Hawaii Foodbank.

Since March 2010, StorSecure Kapolei has been collecting food from the community it serves and nearby communities. More than 2,343 pounds of food has been collected to date.

Self-storage manager Linda Farm markets the collection program with a facility banner, through the local community news outlets, and in her own networking organizations including the local rotary club and schools. Collections can be made during normal office hours.

“With Kapolei located on the opposite side of Hawaii Foodbank, it’s convenient for those living in our area to donate without having to drive to the other side of the island,” Farm said.

StorSecure Self-Storage also operates another facility in Hawaii Kai. Hawaii Foodbank delivers canned goods and non-perishable foods to 250 charitable agencies.

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