Two Access Self Storage stores in Selly Oak and Birmingham Central have joined forces to offer 100 square feet of storage space to collect chocolate Easter Eggs for two charities, including B30 Foodbank.
Anyone keen to donate can visit the stores on Harborne Lane and Sherlock Street with Easter Eggs, chocolates or cakes which will be given to Edward’s Trust and Easter treats and all sorts of long life food for B30 Foodbank, in time for Easter.
Deslynn Barter, Access Self Storage Selly Oak Manager, said: “We are thrilled to be working with B30 Foodbank this year to collect for individuals and families in crisis this Easter. We know these eggs give a message of hope that someone they don’t even know thinks and cares about them. We really enjoy our appeals in the community and hope we can fill a storage room with eggs of all shapes and sizes, so please do get involved and pop an extra egg in your shopping bag for someone who really needs it this Easter.”
Pete Evans, finance and warehouse manager at B30 Foodbank said: “We have seen a 14% increase in need for our service in 2019, compared with the year before, so we are thrilled to be chosen as beneficiaries for the Access Self Storage Easter Egg appeal. Thank you to everyone who gets involved!”.
Donations to the Access appeal can be dropped off any time from now until April 6th, when a delivery will be made to the charities in time for Easter.
The Selly Oak branch is at
Access Self Storage Selly Oak,
The Old Bus Garage, Harborne Lane, Birmingham, B29 6SN.
Pictured are Access Self Storage store managers get together to launch this year’s Charity Easter Egg Appeal. Left to right; (back row): Hasita Patel (Northampton), Deslynn Barter (Selly Oak), Manish Patel (Erdington), Lee Porteus (Manchester). Front row: Michael Price (Birmingham Central), James Edge (Coventry), Will Watson (Nottingham).