A-1 Self Storage Supports Saint Alphonsus Foundation’s Haiti Project

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A-1 Self Storage, a provider of self-storage in California, is donating money to the Saint Alphonsus Foundation Project Haiti. This fund promotes emergency intervention and provides medical aid to those affected by the earthquake in Haiti in 2010.

“A-1 Self Storage is proud to support Saint Alphonsus Foundation Project Haiti and our global community by helping meet the needs of Haiti’s poverty-stricken people,” said Brian Caster, president and CEO. “It takes great strength to face the rubble that once was your world and see the potential of tomorrow. St. Alphonsus is stepping in, providing medical aid and encouraging the people of Haiti to see hope. What a privilege to be one of many who make that happen.”

The Saint Alphonsus Foundation finds financial support for the Saint Alphonsus medical centers and its many charitable organizations. Project Haiti was created in 1994 to provide resources and support for community members in need. The project founded a hospital and orphanage. Project Haiti sends regular shipments of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals, and each year a medical mission team travels to Port-au-Prince to offer help, support and education to the hospital and orphanage.

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