Hong Kong Self-Storage Operator The Store House Raises Funds for Local Dog Rescue

April 17, 2024

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The Store House, which operates four self-storage facilities in Hong Kong, is partnering with Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR) to sell limited-edition dog-keychain bags. All proceeds will help the organization provide the animals with food, shelter and medical care, according to a press release.

The bags can be purchased for HKD 100 at the storage operator’s Aberdeen, Ap Lei Chau, Tuen Mun and Western District facilities during office hours. In addition, The Store House will promote the fundraiser from its booth at the Self Storage Expo Asia in Hong Kong, May 8 and 9. HKDR will also sell the bags at its shelters.

"As a committed community partner, The Store House Hong Kong takes pride in extending our support to Hong Kong Dog Rescue in their admirable fundraising endeavors for local dogs,” said Helen Ng, CEO of General Storage Group, which operates The Store House and Lock+Store self-storage brands. “We are delighted to contribute to the community that has steadfastly supported us. Our corporate social responsibility initiatives underscore our commitment to giving back and making a positive impact.”

Last year, HKDR rescued 482 dogs and rehomed 455 of them. Currently, it has more than 600 dogs under its care. Since its founding in 2003, the organization has cared for and rehomed more than 11,500 canines. It’s largely funded by private donations, merchandise sales and fundraising events.

General Storage operates 16 self-storage locations under the Lock+Store brand in Malaysia and Singapore as well as The Store House sites. The organization also provides warehousing.

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