In the spirit of giving, we will donate $10 to Project Lemonade for every new unit rented at all of our properties across the Pacific Northwest. By choosing to store your belongings with us, you’re making a difference in the lives of foster youth throughout our region. Together we aim to benefit our communities as a whole by helping children in need.
The weather’s about to get frightful, so if you’re looking to store your camping gear, lawn furniture, or summer clothes, now you can make a difference while doing so!
More about Project Lemonade
Project Lemonade aims to promote and support confidence in foster youth by providing a free back-to-school shopping experience. Foster kids get to choose from a wide selection of new or gently used clothes, letting them create a style all their own. In fact, since 2012, the project has served about 10,000 foster youth from over 26 counties in Oregon and Washington. Beyond its clothing services, Project Lemonade began a paid summer internship for foster youth in 2016, giving them real-world job skills and helping them give back to the community. Project Lemonade also launched a WISH project, aimed at helping children achieve their dreams. Whether they want to learn to play an instrument or attend a camp or workshop to follow their interests, one foster child every month receives up to $250 toward his or her individual wish. Project Lemonade relies on financial donations, grants, and volunteer efforts both by individuals and companies, and we’re happy to be a part of it.
As we looked for a great philanthropic partner to team up with this holiday season, Project Lemonade stood above the rest. The work they do to encourage children to achieve their dreams and build confidence in themselves is astounding. What better goal can there be? We’re thrilled to be giving back to our community with such a worthwhile partner. If you want to get involved, consider storing your stuff with us this holiday season. We will donate $10 to Project Lemonade for every new rental. We also encourage you to reach out on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to share your own holiday giving ideas.