What better way is there to get involved with your community, other than helping those in need? “It not only boosts morale and brings employees together, but it’s a great way to give back to the community,” says Stacey Scher, Director of Marketing at All Canadian Self- Storage.
All Canadian Self-Storage recently attended the “Eat to the Beat” event, sponsored by Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada. “It was an amazing time spent with wonderful people tasting incredible food and beverages,” he said. “60 female chefs and one worthy cause; Willow turned an ordinary weeknight into an extraordinary one.”
All Canadian Self Storage is no ordinary self-storage company renting out units to customers. They care about their customers, friends, and their families. The company proudly supports many charities in the GTA. “Supporting the people and communities that support us in our business is not only the right thing to do, it makes us feel great to see the positive impact we can have when we participate in these great events,” says Leslie Kellen, Manager of Operations.
As much as their customers help them with their business, they want to give back to the community as much as they can. From the Kidney Foundation to CIBC’s “Run for the Cure”, ACSS gets involved. “If we can support 100 charities in the GTA we will,” says Hal Spradling, owner.
This past Halloween ACSS hosted a Halloween party for Frontlines Community Centre. The Weston Road facility turned into a spooky haunted house for children in elementary schools around the area. There was a silent auction, 50/50 draw and an art contest. All Canadian raised over one thousand dollars for Frontlines, and had an incredible time supporting the cause.
All Canadian Self-Storage is always looking for new opportunities to give back to the community. They support causes they believe in, along with charities that they are passionate about. “Giving back is not only good for the charity but good for creating teamwork and good for our business; it brings the employees closer together. We just think it’s the right thing to do,” adds Scher.