Door To Door Storage Partners with City Year Boston for June 7 Serve-a-Thon

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Storage industry pioneer to provide on-site storage to assist with location improvements by volunteers.

Door To Door Storage is strongly committed to making a difference in the communities it serves and is extremely pleased to be able to provide resources that will assist in the efforts for the June 7 Serve-a-thon event.

Door To Door Storage, Inc., a leading national provider of portable self-storage containers and moving services, announced that it has donated the use of storage containers to City Year Boston for its Serve-a-thon on June 7. The containers will hold supplies and equipment to be used for location improvements.

Door To Door is donating all transportation and rental fees on a total of six moving and storage containers. There will be two containers on-site at the Dorchester, Massachusetts YMCA, two on-site at St Peter's Church in Boston, one on-site at St. Columbkille Elementary School, and another on-site at the Greenwood Shalom Community Outreach Center located in Dorchester.

"We have many volunteers working hard to make the June 7 Serve-a-thon the most successful event in our history," said Cristina A. Gomez, Operations Manager--Serve-a-thon, City Year Boston. "The donated containers from Door To Door Storage will greatly help us to ensure that we have supplies where needed so volunteers can be more efficient as they improve the locations we will be working on."

City Year Boston is a division of City Year (http://www.cityyear.org). It is a non- profit organization that works to make a difference in the life of a child through literacy tutoring, mentoring, after-school and school vacation programs, and community service opportunities. City Year was founded on the belief that young people can change the world. City Year's vision is that one day a year of service will become an opportunity for and common expectation of every young person.

"City Year Boston is an organization that makes a significant, positive impact on the Boston community," said Annette Jacobs, president and CEO, Door To Door Storage. "Door To Door Storage is strongly committed to making a difference in the communities it serves and is extremely pleased to be able to provide resources that will assist in the efforts for the June 7 Serve-a-thon event."

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with City Year Boston, please visit http://www.cityyear.org/boston.aspx.

About City Year Boston
In 1988, City Year was founded in Boston. The city is now home to City Year Boston and the City Year, Inc. Headquarters. City Year Boston is a division of City Year (http://www.cityyear.org). City Year is a non-profit organization that works to make a difference in the life of a child through literacy, tutoring, mentoring after-school school vacation programs and community service opportunities. City Year is fortunate to have strong community support, especially from local leaders including Mayor Thomas Menino. City Year Boston is an organization that works to make a difference in the life of a child through literacy tutoring, mentoring, after-school and school vacation programs, and community service opportunities. This dedication from champions, friends, and family enables City Year to continue making a difference in the lives of children and their neighborhoods. Please visit http://www.cityyear.org/boston.aspx for more information.

About Door To Door Storage, Inc.
Founded in 1996, Door To Door Storage, Inc. pioneered a convenient, secure and cost effective alternative to traditional self-storage and household moving. Utilizing an environmentally-friendly container design, Door To Door provides options for temporary or long-term storage in addition to moving services for both home and business customers. Door To Door has operations in more than 20 U.S. metropolitan markets with its corporate headquarters located in Kent, Washington. For more information, please visit the company website at DoorToDoor.com.

For more information:
Gaylē Duncan, Executive Options MarCom, (425) 802-7034, gduncan @ eomarcom.com
Marty Dugan, Door To Door Storage, Inc., (253) 872-5800, marty.dugan @ doortodoor.com
Cristina A. Gomez, Operations Manager--Serve-a-thon, City Year Boston, (857) 233-7773, cgomez @ cityyear.org

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