Access Self Storage sets Christmas challenge for Harrow
The people of Harrow are being challenged to beat last year’s Christmas Charity Appeal by Access Self Storage, where over 1,000 toys and decorations were donated to local charities.
Now in its fourth year, the Christmas Appeal has seen thousands of toys collected- enough to fill 50 storage rooms at the Harrow store - and over 100 charities and hospices helped across the UK.
As of today, new and unused toys, books, clothes and games can be dropped off at the Access store on Neptune Road, where staff are hoping to fill an entire storage unit for St Luke’s Hospice to sell in their charity shops before Christmas.
The proceeds from the sale of the toys in St Luke’s 16 shops across Harrow and Brent will go towards looking after locals living with a terminal illness.
“We are in the fourth year of our annual appeal, which runs across the UK. Every year we partner with fantastic charities that work tirelessly to ensure their beneficiaries have a better Christmas. We are calling on local businesses and residents in Harrow to get behind the appeal and support the incredible work carried out by St Luke’s Hospice” said Kevin Pratt, Access Self Storage spokesman.
Jemini Shah from St Lukes Hospice said: “The amazing donations will help to raise funds for our patients and their familiesat Christmas time. A huge thank you to anyone who gets into the spirit of Christmas and makes a donation.”
People have until Wednesday 16 December to drop off donations on Neptune Road, allowing plenty of time for the delivery of toys to St Lukes Hospice, ready for Christmas.
A drop-off point will be open from October 26th at:
Access Self Storage Harrow
1A Neptune Road, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 4HY
02035 530 689