COLUMBIA, Mo., Sept. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- StorageMart's Store It Forward charitable giving program is proud to partner with Global Giving to bring disaster relief directly to survivors of Hurricane Irma. Said to be the strongest Hurricane in recorded history in the Atlantic, the need for disaster relief efforts is severe. You can learn more about how to donate today through StorageMart's blog: https://www.storage-mart.com/blog/local-charities/hurricane-irma-relief
StorageMart has pledged to match dollar-for-dollar all donations made up to $25,000, for a total combined donation of $50,000. Every dollar donated will go twice as far and donors can choose among their favorite charities on the Store It Forward fundraising page. Charities include:
- Global Giving Hurricane Irma Relief Fund – providing emergency supplies like water, food, and medicine in the US and Caribbean. Additionally, the fund supports long term assistance to help residents rebuild their lives.
- Jake's Diapers, Inc. Helping Babies in Haiti – providing diapers to the children of Haiti while their families rebuild from the Hurricane's destruction.
- Save the Children Federation – Providing relief to families who need assistance and focusing on the unique needs of children during this time.
- Fuel Relief Fund – With many families still relying on generators, and first responders needing fuel to continue to help the impacted communities this fund will help get the fuel to the areas where gas stations still remain closed.
About StorageMart and Store it Forward
Store it Forward is a charitable giving program created by StorageMart to give back to the many communities the company calls 'home'. Store it Forward is also a constant, year-round program designed to generate donations during "blue skies" when there is no immediate disaster, mobilize fundraising during disaster, and support local charities through in-kind donation and cash sponsorship. For more information about Store it Forward, visit: https://www.storage-mart.com/about-storagemart/store-it-forward
Contact: Sarah Little, [email protected]