On-demand storage entrant makes helping homeless its mission – The SpareFoot Storage Beat

On-demand is intrinsically local. Boombox, an on-demand storage company, is making its mark in the community it serves by donating to relieve San Francisco’s raging homelessness.

Founded in February 2017, San Francisco-based Boombox Storage has pledged to donate the first month’s rent of any customer who switches from self-storage to its full-service model to a Bay Area homeless shelter.

Source: On-demand storage entrant makes helping homeless its mission – The SpareFoot Storage Beat

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