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Champion Self Storage Helps Children of Flagler County Schools


Champion Self Storage of Palm Coast, Fla., is hosting a Family Fun Fest and fundraiser on Aug. 20 to benefit the Flagler County School District’s Homeless 2 Homeward and S.T.U.F.F. (Supplying Things You Find Fundamental) the Bus programs. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admittance is free for guests, and vendors are welcome to set up booths and sell their wares so long as they each donate $40 directly to the Flagler County Education Foundation for its Homeless 2 Homeward program. The program supports the county’s homeless children.

Donations of new school supplies including backpacks, clothing and toiletries will also be accepted for S.T.U.F.F. the Bus. The event will include free food, prizes, a children’s bounce house and entertainment. Student Services for Flagler schools will be on site to provide full registration services for students and give one-on-one attention to any needs parents might have.

Champion will be offering a special promotion during the event to anyone who rents a unit: 50 percent off four months of rent, $20 off the administration fee, and 25 percent off all packing supplies. The facility, located at 11 Pine Lakes Parkway, is managed by Sentry Self Storage Management. The facility manager is Frank Cates.

“We’re really excited about our fundraising event to help the Children of Flagler County,” said Sentry President Richard Yonis. “In these tough economic times, Champion Self Storage would like to give back to the community wherever possible.”

Event sponsors include Walmart, Flagler County Chamber of Commerce, Flagler County Public Schools, U.S Coast Guard Auxiliary and others.


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