Cedar Storage has been a vital part of the Cedar City economy for decades, and has helped benefit it’s citizens in many ways. But recently one of those seemingly simple opportunities to help the community was featured in an article in the local paper and we wanted to share it with you. Here is an excerpt of the article:
“Kelsie Palfreyman is a member of Volunteers In Service To America in the national network of Americorps programs. She said she is looking for any items for the sale that are still usable.
As she is in the process of gathering the merchandise for the sale, a business, Cedar Storage, is donating a large storage unit to store it.
Palfreyman said she got the idea for the rummage sale after asking Joy Jankowiak, the former director of Care and Share, what her organization needed most, and she replied that cash would be very helpful because many people donate food and other items, but Care and Share has other needs that cash could provide.
Palfreyman said she also decided to include the Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center as a recipient of the rummage sale’s proceeds.
“It’s really easy for groups like Canyon Creek and the Care and Share to get in-kind donations like clothing or food.” she said, noting that she believes CCWCC, a large non-profit group that does a lot of work in the community, is probably “in the same boat” as Care and Share in terms of receiving cash donations. (continue reading in this attached PDF document)
This article highlights just one of the many opportunities that Cedar Storage has taken to benefit our community. We are grateful to our great customers that help make it all possible.
Please take some time to read the full article.