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Employees of Self-Storage REIT Extra Space Donate Holiday Stockings for Foster Children

Employees of Extra Space Storage Inc., a self-storage real estate investment trust and management company, donated 300 gift-filled stockings to Kidz Kubby, a nonprofit that provides services to foster families in Utah’s Salt Lake and Tooele Counties. More than 100 staff members volunteered their time to pack and organize the gifts, according to a press release.

“We are always striving to provide ways for the Extra Space team to give back to our local community,” said Brooke Stencil, senior director of digital marketing and chair of the Extra Space Social Impact Committee. “Partnering with Kidz Kubby to help make a difference in the lives of our local foster youth has been wonderful. Our goal of helping people to a better tomorrow, in this situation, means giving supplies for these kids to have a happy holiday.”

Kidz Kubby provides clothes and supplies at no cost to children of all ages. It was created and is managed by foster families in Salt Lake County.

“We’re grateful all the employees that took time out of their busy day to help put together these gifts,” said Corey Tenney, a Kidz Kubby’s board member. “In addition to this effort, Extra Space Storage has also been where we’ve stored our supplies for the past four years. The team at the facility have been great to work with as we bring new foster parents out to distribute supplies.”

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Extra Space owns or operates more than 2,000 self-storage properties in 41 states and Washington, D.C. The company’s properties comprise approximately 1.5 million units and 159 million square feet of rentable space.

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