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StorQuest to Donate $1 From Every Colorado Self-Storage Rental to Assist in Wildfire Relief

The William Warren Group (WWG), a privately held real estate company that operates the StorQuest Self Storage brand, is donating $1 from every new unit rental it makes at its 28 Colorado facilities to help victims of the Marshall Fire, which swept through Boulder County last month. The money will help support the Boulder County Community Foundation’s Wildfire Fund, which is working with government and nonprofit partners to disperse the funds to those impacted by the Dec. 30 blaze, according to a press release.

The fire destroyed more than 1,000 structures and forced 35,000 people to evacuate from Broomfield, Louisville and Superior as well as unincorporated areas of Boulder County. WWG operates a facility in 1200 Lock St. in Louisville.

The Wildfire Fund plans to distribute $5 million in financial assistance to those whose homes have been destroyed or damaged and an additional $500,000 to support the needs of the evacuees, the release stated. Boulder County and a network of community partners opened a Disaster Assistance Center on Jan. 3 to help people who’ve been displaced by the disaster. Services include assistance in filing property loss and claims, financial and food, mental health support, transportation, and more.

Founded in 1994 and based in Santa Monica, Calif., WWG acquires, develops and operates more than 200 self-storage facilities nationwide.

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