During the holidays, we come together as families, as communities, to help one another. After a chaotic 2020, Community Park Storage is looking to help those left with financial burdens going into the new year. We are partnering with The Salvation Army to raise money for its holiday initiative in the Cranberry Township PA area. Any donation you are able to make is greatly appreciated!
When people need monetary assistance for expenses such as bills and groceries, The Salvation Army is there to help. During a normal year, the red kettle program is The Salvation Army’s main source of funding for its holiday programs. But with the results of the pandemic, fewer red kettles will be out this year. Community Park Storage is asking your help so that The Salvation Army can continue its services in our community.
Up to 155% more people are expected to need The Salvation Army’s help this year. Unemployment rates have risen as companies have cut back their staff. Many people will be first-time users of The Salvation Army’s services, and we want to make sure the nonprofit has enough resources to help everyone who needs it. Please consider making a donation the next time you swing by Community Park Storage on Route 19.
Our facility sits between Cranberry Township Community Park and I-79. North of Pittsburgh, Community Park Storage is convenient for residents near Mars, Callery, and Evans City. We offer temperature-controlled storage as well as storage units with drive-up entry. When you rent storage online, you can choose to rent or reserve your storage unit. Renting allows you to move in right away. Reserving holds a specific storage unit for the future, and you do not have to enter credit card information at the time of reservation. Think you are ready to get started? Browse our storage units here, or stop by to make your holiday donation at our Cranberry Township PA facility!