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Sentinel Storage Creates Drop Off Centres to Help During Fort McMurray Flood

A local Fort McMurray storage company is helping residents displaced by the flood.

FORT MCMURRAY, Alberta, May 1, 2020 /CNW/ -- Devastating floods in Fort McMurray have forced the mandatory evacuation of the downtown area, declaring a second state of emergency by the local municipality.

Together with local support organizations, Sentinel Storage has set-up two drop off centres to aid residents impacted by the flood. The group is urging residents to donate important supplies such as water, non-perishable food and new clothing, so that it may be re-distributed to those in need. Sentinel Storage has also provided the local evacuee centers with flood relief packages that include water and hand sanitizer.

A proud and committed member of the Fort McMurray community for many years, Sentinel Storage represented by Manager Louise Bluett , emphasized the company's confidence in the local residents, 'The people of Fort McMurray stand together, we are Fort Mac strong.'

Starting April 30, 2020 , Sentinel Storage has set-up drop off centres at its two Fort McMurray locations. Donations will be accepted by volunteers between the hours of 9am-5pm Monday to Saturday . 

$5 donation for every new rental in Alberta

In addition, Sentinel Storage will donate $5 from every new rental across each of its 40 stores in Alberta for the month of May.

Sentinel Storage continues to maintain safe social distancing during COVID-19 and to facilitate donations with a convenient and contact-free drop off process.

About Sentinel Storage

Sentinel Storage is the leading provider of self-storage in Alberta and is part of StorageVault Canada Inc which has 202 locations across Canada . For more information on Sentinel Storage, please visit www.sentinel.ca.

Press inquiries can be directed to Cindy Belanger at 780-863-2896 or cbelanger@sentinel.ca.

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