U-Haul Support of Operation Santa Claus to Benefit Valley Kids

U-Haul is pleased to help brighten Christmas for thousands of children across the Valley through Operation Santa Claus and its partnership with Sanderson Ford.

Russ Baldwin, U-Haul Company of Western Arizona president, on Nov. 17 presented Sanderson Ford with a check for $10,000 to assist with the project, which benefits kids throughout the Greater Phoenix community through numerous charities.

“U-Haul, headquartered right here in the Valley, has been moving families to a better life for 75 years,” Baldwin said. “We’re proud to once again partner with Sanderson Ford and ABC15 to help make Christmas better for countless children around the Valley.”

Orange-Clad Christmas Sleigh

Donated U-Haul trucks will be filled with gifts for a special delivery for children as part of the 20th annual charity drive, created by Sanderson Ford and ABC15.

To get involved with the cause, please bring a new toy, children’s clothing item, packaged food item or a monetary donation to ABC15, Sanderson Ford, Sanderson Lincoln, or a UPS Store location nearest you or any Operation Santa Claus event. Visit givetotheclaus.com to learn more and to enter contests with your donation.

Operation Santa Claus donations benefit St. Mary’s Food Bank, Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center, Military Assistance Mission, Special Olympics Arizona and Chicanos Por La Causa.

Headquartered in Midtown Phoenix since 1967, U-Haul enriches Valley communities by partnering with local nonprofits such as St. Mary’s Food Bank, St. Vincent de Paul and many others that align with our primary community objective of helping people meet their most basic human needs. U-Haul also partners with a number of national charities like the American Red Cross and Humble Design, which assist those in need by utilizing U-Haul Company’s immense resources, infrastructure and philanthropic spirit across the U.S. and Canada.

Read about the 887 Thanksgiving turkeys U-Haul Team Members donated to St. Mary’s Food Bank last year.

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