What do you do with your extra gear after a move? Having leftover items you no longer use or have outgrown is very common from season to season or after a move. Bowman Plains Self Storage can now assist with your storage needs as well as your donations. We are currently accepting slightly used household and business gear for our Frederick MD storage auctions with Charity Storage.
This organization pairs up with storage operators like Bowman Plains Self Storage as a collection point for donated goods. You can drop off your boxes of gently used gear after a yard sale or move. We have a storage unit dedicated to keeping these donations secure until the unit is full.
Once we are at capacity in the storage unit we will post the items online for sale through Storage Treasures, a partner of Charity Storage.
After the sale is closed all the proceeds are allocated to charities throughout the US. A large majority of the sale, 60%, will be given to our main charity, the American Heart Association. The rest of the proceeds will support cancer research through Kure It Cancer Research, and education for a student in need through the SSA Scholarship Fund.
Moving out of the house or storage unit? Donate clothing, furniture, tools, and anything you no longer want. There is no deadline to drop your items off, we will be keeping our donation unit open all year long.
We are excited to host our first Frederick MD storage auctions with Charity Storage, so drop off your donations today!
Bowman Plains Self Storage aims to make storing as easy as possible but we also enjoy helping our neighborhood. Check out our available storage units online the next time you need extra space, and reach out to our store manager the next time you want to donate goods.
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.