Holiday Help for Homeless in New York: Manhattan Mini Storage Kicks Off Their Annual Toy Drive for Homeless Kids

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Providing local help for the homeless this holiday season is easier than ever; from November 15th through Tuesday, December 7th, local New Yorkers can donate toys for homeless city kids at any Manhattan Mini Storage location.

“Every little bit helps in this continuing down economy and there are lots of kids depending on us to help make their holiday season a little bit brighter.” - Stacy Stuart

From November 15th through December 7th, New Yorkers can donate toys for homeless city kids at Manhattan Mini Storage locations throughout the city. All toys will be distributed through The Partnership for the Homeless, a nonprofit group Manhattan Mini Storage is proud to have worked with for many years.

Local NYC Homeless Help for the Holidays

Manhattan Mini Storage (manhattanministorage.com) has been working with The Partnership for the Homeless since their inception in 1983 as part of their ongoing commitment to supporting local efforts that benefit New York City. “Just drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any of our seventeen storage facilities throughout the city and we’ll do the rest!” said Stacy Stuart, VP of Marketing for Manhattan Mini Storage. “Every little bit helps in this continuing down economy and there are lots of kids depending on us to help make their holiday season a little bit brighter.”

Helping the Homeless in NYC

On October 8, 2010, there were over 35,000 people--including over 8,000 families and over 14,000 children--in New York City shelters. The Partnership for the Homeless is committed to building a just and equitable society and creating lasting community change through solution-oriented programs and policy initiatives that eliminate the root causes of homelessness.

To learn more about Manhattan Mini Storage’s toy drive helping homeless shelters in New York or Partnership for the Homeless, please contact Stacy Stuart at 973-643-7700.

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