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Westy Self Storage Hosts 'Work of heART' Art Auction to Benefit Local Food Pantry

Westy Self Storage will host an art auction to benefit Christian Community Action with a Nov. 19 fundraiser.

Westy Self Storage will host an art auction to benefit Christian Community Action (CCA) with a Nov. 19 fundraiser. The Work of heART fundraiser will be from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the grand lobby of Westy Self Storage in Norwalk, Conn. All proceeds will benefit Christian Community Actions food pantry and basic-needs programs.

The art auction will showcase the works of local and regional artists. CCA provides vital services for thousands of local residents in need, from furniture and financial assistance to a food pantry. Their primary mission is hunger prevention. Its food pantry provides each family member with six days worth of food each month. This enables its clients to make ends meet each month as they struggle to cover the high cost of living in Fairfield County.

Tickets are $50 each and available online at Westys Self Storage is located at 50 Keeler Ave., across US 1 from Home Depot. Light refreshments will be served and live entertainment will be provided.

We are extremely appreciative for Westy Self Storages willingness to donate the use of their lobby for our event, said Christi Pope, CCA executive director. Due to the current economic climate, demand for our help has increased about 40 percent in the last 2 years. Westys help is crucial to our fundraising.

Founded in 1990, Westy Self Storage is headquartered in Stamford, Conn. The companys portfolio of facilities span the tri-state area with seven centers in New York, six in Connecticut and three in New Jersey.

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