Canadian Operator Apple Self Storage Raises $10K for The ABLE Network

Apple Self Storage, which operates 26 locations in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario, Canada, raised more than $10,000 for The ABLE (Access to Better Living and Employment) Network, a community-based program that provides work and recreation opportunities for young adults with intellectual disabilities. Through Nov. 30, the self-storage company will donate $10 from each new rental at all of its facilities to ABLE. The goal is to raise $10,000, according to the operator’s website.

Update 12/4/15 – Apple Self Storage raised $10,510 during its November charity drive to benefit The ABLE Network. The Allen Family, which owns the storage business as well as Apple Suites, presented the check to Doug Sooley, a member of the ABLE Network. Sooley is also an employee of Apple Suites, which provides flexible office space and a business center.

Apple Self Storage will continue its fund-raising efforts to support ABLE, according to the company’s website.


10/28/15 – Apple Self Storage, which operates 26 locations in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario, Canada, is raising money for The ABLE (Access to Better Living and Employment) Network, a community-based program that provides work and recreation opportunities for young adults with intellectual disabilities. Through Nov. 30, the self-storage company will donate $10 from each new rental at all of its facilities to ABLE. The goal is to raise $10,000, according to the operator’s website.

The ABLE Network is a fee-for-service, registered charity in Aurora, Ontario. Its participants are supported in five core programs of literacy, recreation, transit training, volunteer activities and work experience.

Apple Self Storage was founded 35 years ago by three brothers. The family-owned business offer standard and premium storage units, mailbox rental, package acceptance, hold-key service, and packing and moving supplies.

Sources:

  • Apple Self Storage: Blog
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