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Westy Self Storage Supports Children's Aid for 8th Consecutive Year

For the eighth consecutive year, Westy Self Storage of Norwalk, Conn., is donating the free use of space to Family & Childrens Aid Inc. (FCA) and its annual tag-sale fundraiser.

For the eighth consecutive year, Westy Self Storage of Norwalk, Conn., is donating the free use of space to Children’s Aid Inc. of Darien and its annual tag-sale fundraiser. Westy will also donate use of its moving truck to transport donated items to the sale site.

The tag sale will take place on April 25, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Middlesex Middle School in Darien, Conn. Items for sale include artwork, furniture, antiques, adult outerwear, formalwear, children’s clothing, home décor, kitchen items and small appliances, linens, garden and patio items, and holiday décor.
Proceeds from the sale will benefit Family & Children's Agency (FCA), a non-profit family-service agency that meets the needs of more than 10,000 individuals throughout Fairfield County and beyond. FCA professionals specialize in youth development, family strengthening, foster care, adoption, behavioral health, and services for the elderly and homeless.

Founded in 1990, Westy has a corporate headquarters in Stamford, Conn., with seven facilities in New York, six in Connecticut and three in New Jersey.

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