Ash Properties collected hundreds of toys for children in the hospital this Christmas

Ash Properties is pleased to announce they collected more than 300 toys this year for patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital. Ash Properties partnered with Christ’s Starfish Foundation, Atlantic Self Storage and the Beach Boulevard Flea Market for the annual toy drive, which was a wonderful success. Donations were taken at all 44 Atlantic Self Storage locations around the First Coast.

“We are so proud of all of the people that came out and donated to make this Christmas a little better for the children at Wolfson’s,” said Elaine Ashourian, Active Principal of Ash Properties. “My hat is off to the managers at all the Atlantic Self Storage locations for really going above and beyond to collect the toys and make this drive a success.”

The Atlantic Self Storage located on Old St. Augustine Road near I-295 led the collection drive with 45 toys. The Collins Road location was not far behind with 41 toy donations and the Atlantic Self Storage on Powers Avenue collected 38 toys for the children.

Ash Properties will be joining Christ’s Starfish Foundation and their fellow sponsors to deliver the toys to Wolfson Children’s Hospital on Monday, Dec. 19. The group will meet at 7 a.m. at the Pepsi Distribution Center on Phillips Highway and will then head to the hospital for delivery. Santa Claus will deliver the toys to each of the children on Christmas Eve.


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