Everyone at San Diego Self Storage is proud to embark on the third year of our Community Giving Project, carrying on a tradition of giving back to San Diego. We love this project! San Diego Self Storage facilities span San Diego County from Temecula to Otay Mesa. We wanted to find a way for all 17 of our locations to develop meaningful ties to their local communities. We’ve given each site $500, which they may contribute to any organization they see fit. We’ve contributed to a variety of philanthropies, with charities benefiting children and animals at the top of the list. Our teams have also chosen to help fight cancer, contribute to local history and humanitarian efforts. The photos above show the variety of organizations which have benefited from the program. Below is an update on our most recent contributions.
Escondido Community Child Development Center (staff pictured above at North County Self Storage) is a non-profit preschool for children ages 4 months to kindergarten. They provide services in support of families working, looking for work or for parents pursuing a higher education. All applicants are from low-income homes in the Escondido area. They serve over 300 children at two Child Development Centers in the Escondido area.
The child development program includes a full range of education, health and social services designed to assist children and their families to maximize their full learning potential. They also have on-site health screenings, including vision, dental health and more. Each child is served two main meals and two snacks per day.
This charity means a lot to the team at North County Self Storage. Our staff empathizes with the struggle many of us face to raise children while working or getting a higher education. Our Facility Manager, Cody Blew, said of the donation, "It shows the children that you can accomplish anything you put your mind to and that there is someone out there who can help."
The team at North County Self Storage chimed in to say, “We are so thankful that we can help this organization with all they do.”