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Industry pioneer will partner with Kent firefighter organizations and contribute eight storage containers this holiday season to sort and store donated toys and non-perishable food. Two community wrapping parties will take place before distribution to eager children at the Kent Food Bank.

Kent, WA (PRWEB) November 29, 2012

Door to Door Storage, Inc., an industry leader in portable storage and moving, will participate for the 12th year in the Toys for Joy program. Door to Door Storage® will contribute eight storage containers to sort and store donated toys and non-perishable food items for children and families facing tight budgets this holiday season. Each container is 8 feet long by 5 feet wide and 7 feet tall, providing a total of 2,240 cubic feet of storage space. This year the toy collection effort is being led by Justin Schauer, a Kent firefighter, member of the Kent Firefighters Association and the 2012 Coordinator of Toys for Joy.

“Door to Door™ is pleased to participate once again in this tradition of helping the Toys for Joy program,” said Tracey Kelly, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Door to Door Storage. “It’s one small way the Door to Door team can help assist families and children in our community who need it most.”

Donations will be accepted at all Kent fire stations beginning Monday, November 26th. Following is a list of the fire stations accepting donations along with addresses:

–Station 71, 504 West Crow Street, Kent

–Station 72, 25620 140th Avenue SE, Kent

–Station 73, 26512 Military Road South, Kent

–Station 74/Fire Administration, 24611 116th Avenue SE, Kent

–Station 75, 15635 SE 272nd Street, Kent

–Station 76, 20676 72nd Avenue South, Kent

–Station 77, 20717 132nd Avenue SE, Kent

–Station 78, 17820 SE 256th Street, Covington

There will be two Kent community parties to wrap the toys at Station 75 on December 10th and December 19th. Each party begins at 6:00 PM. The wrapped toys will then be delivered to the Kent Food Bank accompanied by Kent fire trucks. Santa will be on board one of the trucks to delight kids and grownups alike. Door to Door will provide an enthusiastic crew of volunteers to assist at the wrapping party on December 19th and will also participate in the delivery of the toys to the food bank.

“It’s important to us at Door to Door that every family has a chance to celebrate and enjoy the holidays. We encourage the Kent community to join us by donating toys or non-perishable food and participating at one of the wrapping parties,” said Kelly.

For more information about the Toys for Joy program and the wrapping parties, please call the Toys for Joy Hotline at (253) 856-4485 or visit

About Toys for Joy

The goal of Toys for Joy is to provide a memorable holiday season for as many families in need as possible. We do this by collecting, wrapping, and delivering toys for Christmas morning as well as providing food baskets during Thanksgiving and Christmas. We have helped thousands of families over the years with one hundred percent of the toys, food, and money donated by the community dedicated to helping these families.

To read more about the Toys for Joy program please visit their website Toys for Joy.

About Door to Door Storage, Inc.

Since 1996, Door to Door Storage, Inc. has helped people across the nation with their moving and storage needs. An industry pioneer, Door to Door was the first portable storage and moving company to provide customers with a convenient, secure and cost-effective alternative to traditional self-storage and household moving. Using an environmentally-friendly container design, Door to Door provides customers with a personalized experience for temporary or long-term moves.

Door to Door operates storage centers in more than 61 U.S. metropolitan markets and offers moving services in 34 states. The corporate headquarters is located in Kent, Washington. For more information, visit the company website at

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