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Storage Village Donates Dinners

From left are JoAnna Goldberg, director of marketing at Storage Village Self Storage, and Terri Kelly, manager of WFCM’s Food Pantry, accepting the Thanksgiving Food for WFCM clients.

From left are JoAnna Goldberg, director of marketing at Storage Village Self Storage, and Terri Kelly, manager of WFCM’s Food Pantry, accepting the Thanksgiving Food for WFCM clients.

— Storage Village said “Thank You” to its community by helping to ensure that each of its neighbors could enjoy a Thanksgiving meal. Through its “Room for Dinner” campaign, Storage Village fed 86 families in the Baltimore-Washington area that would otherwise be unable to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner.

Through the annual Room For Dinner initiative, Storage Village donated a Thanksgiving meal to a family in need for each unit rented Nov. 1-15.

Each Storage Village location partners with an organization that directly meets the most pressing needs of the storage’s immediate community. This year, Storage Village partnered with Beans & Bread, Severna Park Assistance Network, the National Center for Children and Families, So Others Might Eat and Western Fairfax Christian Ministries. Each of these non-profit partners distributes the meals to the families in the community who need them most.