Access Self Storage calls for the UK to take part in its biggest ever charity appeal for Christmas
As part of its national Christmas Gift Appeal, Access Self Storage is collecting toy donations for children throughout the UK. The Stevenage and St. Albans stores are collecting for the children’s service for Iain Rennie Grove House Hospice Care, known as the Pepper Team who provide care at home for children and young people aged 0-19 years with life limiting and life threatening conditions.
Access Self Storage is appealing to the public to open their hearts and donate new and unused presents, games and toys. Access Self Storage has set up special drop off points in all 56 of their UK stores, where gifts will be collected, sorted and delivered to children in each store’s local area.
The donation collections will be unveiled in traditional advent calendar style, with one store opening its doors to reveal the gifts everyday throughout December. Locals are urged to start donating now so that when the special Christmas Gift-Giving Team (and maybe even Santa) arrives to open the Access Advent Calendar door, they’ll unveil just how giving the UK is.
If you can have a clear out of your cupboards or drawers under your bed where you might store unused gifts, games or toys and take them into your local Access Self Storage over the next few weeks, that would be greatly appreciated.
Pictured above is Keith Yexley from thebestof hitchin handing over donated games to Ian Girvan, Store Manager at Stevenage.