Apple Self Storage in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, held a “Meat & Greet” event on Saturday to benefit Kingston Interval House for Women and Children in Crisis, a local organization that provides shelter and counseling to abused women and children. The event featured free hamburgers and refreshments in addition to collecting donations.
Representatives from Kingston Interval House were also on hand to educate community members about its services. Founded in 1975, the organization has a long history of service to the community and regularly partners with local businesses to raise funds and broaden awareness about abuse, Apple Self Storage officials said in a press release.
Apple Self Storage has 15 locations across Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The Kingston facility is the company’s newest, offering more than 35,000 square feet of storage space.