The holidays are a time of celebration, but, unfortunately, that time of year also correlates with the largest numbers of people facing food or housing insecurity. This year, the pandemic has brought even more challenges to the table. With unemployment rates rising, The Salvation Army is expecting up to 155% more people to need its holiday assistance services. But it cannot do it alone. Your help is needed to assure these services have the necessary resources to fulfill the need. Your Extra Closet is accepting donations at each of our office locations in Mississippi and Arkansas.
Rescue Christmas has different programs to support the local community. In order to make sure no one goes unfed, it hands out boxes of food, serves meals, and helps pay for groceries. And when families get overwhelmed with bills, The Salvation Army’s bill-pay assistance program helps them get back on their feet to begin the new year. All of these programs are made possible by donations from the community. But with fewer red kettles out this year to collect donations, The Salvation Army requires more help than ever. You can donate at any Your Extra Closet office location to programs that will benefit that community.
Your Extra Closet has six self storage facilities with offices and 10 annexes to support them. You can make your holiday donations at one of our office locations, such as Your Extra Closet in Starkville MS near Mississippi State University. We can help everyone from students to business owners find affordable storage near them. Find large drive-up storage units to store the contents of your house in a move, or rent a small interior storage unit for your antiques. Whatever your storage needs may be, our staff can get you set up with the right solution. Rent online to get started!
About the Author: Paige is a Social Media Coordinator at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She brings the most useful storage tips and tricks to your social media feed and loves a good self-storage pun. Beyond work, Paige spends her free time traveling extensively, her most recent trip being the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia.