Stockade Storage of Charleston, S.C., is donating storage units for use by the Salvation Army and the Lowcountry Food Bank during the fall and winter.
The Salvation Army will use the units to store items collected for their Christmas assistance program. The program collects donated food, clothing and toys for distribution to more than 3,000 families and 15,000 individuals in need in the Charleston area. The Salvation Army will also use the units to store supplies and equipment to be used for other purposes including times of disaster.
The Charleston Lowcountry Food Bank will use the units to store non-perishable food items donated throughout the area. The food bank is sponsoring several food-collection drives in the coming months.
Stockade Storage will also be serving as a collection point for the annual Toys for Tots program sponsored by the Marine Corp Reserves at all of their Charleston locations.
Stockade Storage owns and operates 16 facilities throughout Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
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