(PRWEB) September 11, 2013
In the spirit of community, Apple Self Storage will be donating a portion of the proceeds from every new storage rental from September to November to the ABLE Network, a non-profit organization that assists young adults with intellectual disabilities through a series of support programs.
The self-storage provider, with 15 facilities spread throughout Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, has set a goal of $6,000. During September, October and November, $5 from every move-in at every facility will directly benefit ABLE Network participants such as 22-year-old Doug, who has put his workplace training into action at the Apple Self Storage head office.
As a frequent partner of local charities and support groups, Apple Self Storage recognizes the importance of responsible corporate citizenship and uses its unique position to help bridge the funding gaps experienced by many non-profit bodies.
The ABLE Network performs a valuable function by promoting independence and healthy living for its participants, which ultimately benefits the wider community. Participants learn workplace skills, enjoy recreation opportunities and receive literacy support and transit system training – all in keeping with the organization’s stated goal of providing access to better living and employment (ABLE).
About Apple Self Storage
Providing safe, secure and convenient storage in 15 locations, Apple Self Storage strives to deliver a uniformly positive experience across its many facilities. The family-owned company has established close bonds with the communities in which it operates, and regularly pursues opportunities to assist organizations that enrich those communities.
About the ABLE Network
Located in Aurora, Ontario, the ABLE Network assists young adults with intellectual disabilities who are interested in personal growth and development. Program participants receive guidance in healthy living while also being immersed in natural job scenarios designed to boost their confidence and self-sufficiency. The charity operates with the goal of creating opportunities that make it possible for people with intellectual disabilities to participate fully in society, for the betterment of both the individual and their community.