This year the appeal - which has seen more than 8000 chocolate eggs given to dozens of charities since it launched in 2011 - will benefit the store’s nominated charity.
Access Self Storage last ran its Easter Egg appeal in 2020. Despite the challenges across the country, with Covid and the appeal having to close early due to restrictions, an egg-cellent 1100 Easter Eggs were still collected and distributed across numerous charities across the UK. They want to smash the egg donations in 2023 and beat these numbers!
The Head of Operations, Gareth Morris, at Access Self Storage, commented: “Our stores very much see themselves as part of the communities we serve, so we welcome the opportunity to help local charities who serve those very same communities.”
Our staff teams have already been making donations, and now we’re inviting customers, local residents and businesses to donate even more eggs to their nearest store before April 4th. Delivery will then be made to the charities in time for Easter.
Manchester is collecting chocolate Easter egg donations from their local charity, The Children's Adventure Farm Trust. The eggs collected will be given to terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children from all over the North West of England who CAFT helps.
Balham are collecting chocolate Easter egg donations their local charity St George's Hospital.
St George's Hospital Charity works with the hospital to fund significant improvements to hospital facilities, research and medical equipment, and schemes that make a real difference in the experience of patients, families and staff.
Islington and Kings Cross are collecting Easter egg donations for their local charity, The Hackney Foodbank. The Hackney Foodbank support people who are in crisis or trapped in poverty with compassion and dignity. They do this by providing emergency food parcels, which offer practical, immediate relief in moments of crisis, and by connecting people with local organisations that can help them to address the root causes and broader effects of poverty in their lives.
Wimbledon is collecting chocolate Easter egg donations their local charity Victoria Drive Primary Pupil Referral Unit . In addition to their already fantastic work, they've set up a clothing bank to support their families. The eggs donated to them will go to their staff and pupils at their school.
Orpington is collecting chocolate Easter egg donations from their local charity, The Salvation Army. Working alongside Captain Emma Gorin to collect Easter eggs for her local community, Access Self Storage hope to be the main contributor!
Alperton, Cricklewood, Neasden, and Wembley are collecting chocolate Easter egg donations from their local charity, The Brent Foodbank. The Brent Foodbank work closely with families, local support agencies and faith and community groups to stop hunger in our local area and end the need for food banks in the UK. The eggs we collect will go to the families, local support agencies, and community groups to bring extra joy this Easter.
Basingstoke is collecting chocolate Easter egg donations their local charity St Michael's Hospice. St Michael's Hospice enables anyone with a life-limiting illness, their families, and carers to attain the highest possible quality of life by providing specialist care and support.
Harrow is collecting Easter egg donations from their local charity Kids Can Achieve. Kids Can Achieves vision is to provide engaging, inclusive, and innovative play and experiential opportunities which enable learning-disabled children and young people to develop their social and emotional resilience. The Harrow team wants to collect as many as possible to donate more than they did in 2020!