How To Donate To Our Charity Storage

Have you recently moved or clear out your space? Where do you donate your items you no longer want them or have a use for them? Amherst Self Storage can now help you store and donate your belongings. We have joined forces with Charity Storage. How does it work? Learn more about how you can find storage solutions and help us with our Belchertown MA storage auctions.

Belchertown MA Storage AuctionsHow Does It Work?

We make it easy to drop your items off with our store manager and participate in a great cause. The belongings you no longer have a need for could be treasures to someone else and also go towards a great cause. All you need to do is drop everything off at Amherst Self Storage. We will keep your boxes, furniture and other donations safely stored in a storage unit. After the storage unit is full, we will post the items on Storage Treasures for an online public auction.

What You Need To Do:

  • Pack up items you want to donate
  • Let our manager know you dropping off for Charity Storage
  • We will take it from there!

What Charity Storage is All About

Charity Storage founders, Barry Hoeven and Lance Watkins have knowledge of the industry and want to give back. The goal was to take the unused space at each storage location and customers’ unwanted belongings and put them together to raise funds for multiple charities.

We have chosen to give 60% of each Charity Storage auction totals to the American Heart Association. The rest of the funds raised during the online auction are given to Kure It Cancer Research and the SSA Scholarship Fund.

Amherst Self Storage is here when you need to rent storage space or when you have items you need to donate. We will continue to be a drop-off location and accept your items, as there is no deadline for dropping off. Reserve your storage unit online and then help us with our next Belchertown MA storage auctions with Charity Storage.

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About the Author: Katie Mest is an SEO Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys camping, hiking, and exploring the outdoors with her newly adopted Greyhound rescue, Titan.