Getting Local; Help for the Homeless in New York
Manhattan Mini Storage Joins with Partnership for the Homeless
Providing local help for the homeless this season could not be easier; from November 27th through Saturday, December 9th, local New Yorkers can donate toys for homeless city kids at any Manhattan Mini Storage location.
(New York, NY, November 23, 2009) - As part of the local New York City landscape, Manhattan Mini Storage is proud to continue their long tradition of holiday giving by hosting a seasonal toy drive to benefit Partnership for the Homeless. Providing local help for the homeless this season could not be easier; from Friday, November 27th through Wednesday, December 9th, a nyone can drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any of Manhattan Mini Storage's seventeen locations throughout the city.
Local NYC; How to Help the Homeless?
"Just come by, drop off a toy, and we'll do the rest," said Stacy Stuart, VP of Marketing for Manhattan Mini. "As a family-owned and operated, homegrown business, we're always looking for ways to benefit the local community in New York besides being great storage advisors. Partnership for the Homeless is an amazing organization - we've been working with them since their inception in 1983, and we plan to do so for a long time to come."
Homeless in New York for the Holidays
As of August 28, 2009, there were over 37,000 people - including over 9,000 families and over 16,000 children - in New York City Homeless shelters. Partnership for the Homeless is committed to building a just and equitable society and creating lasting community change through local solution-oriented programs and policy initiatives that eliminate the root causes of homelessness.
To learn more about Manhattan Mini Storage's local homeless toy drive or Partnership for the Homeless, please call 212-645-3444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To find the closest location for your toy donation click here for a map of the 17 convenient Manhattan Mini Storage facilities. You can also join the event to help NYC homeless on the Manhattan Mini Storage Fan Page on Facebook.