Buchanan Storage Capital Spearheads ‘Band of Brothers’ Charity Effort

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Eric Snyder, principal of Buchanan Storage Capital (BSC), Troy Mikulka of real estate investment firm Oxford Spectrum, and other BSC employees and leaders are spearheading a charity effort called “Band of Brothers.” The group’s aim is to improve the lives of people in Central America through the support of various aid organizations.
 
This year, the Band has chosen to support the “Free Wheelchair Mission,” which provides wheelchairs to the disabled in foreign countries. The charity’s founder, Don Schoendorfer , devised a way to combine traditional mountain-bike tires with a plastic patio chair to produce a sturdy wheelchair that can be manufactured and shipped for less than $50. Band of Brothers hopes to raise $55,000 in donations for the cause.
 
"Band of Brothers is like an investment fund, but instead of investing in real estate, it invests in helping people," said Snyder. In August, he and the Band will travel to Central America to personally distribute wheelchairs with the help of a local humanitarian group.
 
To join Band of Brothers or pledge a donation, contact Snyder at 949.219.1201. For more information about the group’s current charity effort, visit www.freewheelchairmission.org.  
 
BSC arranges debt and equity for self-storage owners nationwide. For more information, call 800.675.1902; visit www.buchananstoragecapital.com.
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