Westy Self Storage, which operates 15 facilities in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York, will offer its Stamford, Conn., location to serve as the drop-off for a Peace Community Chapel coat drive for the second consecutive year. New and gently used men’s and women’s coats sizes medium and up may be dropped at 80 Brownhouse Road through Dec. 1, according to the source.
Collected coats will be donated to the Inspirica and Pacific House homeless shelters in Stamford and Beth-El Center shelter in Milford, Conn.
“Last year, because of generous donations, we were able to provide 385 coats to those in need. Again, with the help of the community and our friends at Westy, our goal this year is to meet or surpass that mark,” said Don Adams, pastor for Peace Community Chapel. “We are so grateful to Westy for hosting a coat drive for us and providing the storage space for the collected items.”
Founded in 1990 by The Arredondo Family, Westy Self Storage is headquartered in Stamford. It operates four facilities in Connecticut, four in New Jersey and seven in New York.
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