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Leading by example, Storage Village actively serves their community, and encourages tenants to do the same.

The tone is set by the President of Storage Village. He has encouraged an active lifestyle and helped to refine the athletic ability of Montgomery County’s youth as a soccer coach. This year marks his twelfth year as a MSI coach, and he previously volunteered for 3 years as coach for the girl’s Maccabi team of the Greater Washington Area.He is currently a member of the BBYO National Board of Directors and has previously served on the boards of Montgomery County’s Friends of Parks and Recreation as well as MSI Soccer. Additionally, he played a critical role in the revamping of the Montgomery County Humane Society.

Storage Village’s commitment to volunteerism can be found within every member of their full time staff. Each full time employee donates at least 8 hours of time per month to community service. Organizations employees volunteer at include:
Kid Power
Habitat for Humanity
DC Shares
Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter
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Storage Village has been participating in Manna Food Center’s Smart Snacks Program for the past five years. As Corporate Partner, Storage Village picks up food at Manna’s Rockville warehouse once a month and provides these items to the children in need at Viers Mill Elementary School each week.

Storage Village has a special effort to feed their communities during Thanksgiving. Each November, they run a "Room for Dinner" campaign, wherein they donate a Thanksgiving meal to a family in their community for each unit rented. In 2011, Storage Village fed 103 neighborhood families in need.

Storage Village furthermore encourages social action from their tenants. Every location offers new tenants a discount when they donate canned food to Storage Village’s on-site canned food collection center. The food collected is then taken to a local food distributor, with donations averaging over 50 pounds per month. They additionally purchase and sell water bottles throughout the year, donating all money collected from the sale of water bottles to a non-profit that serves their community. Also on site is a Planet Aid collection box where the Storage Village community makes weekly contributions of clothes and shoes. Each October, Storage Village holds a company-wide coat drive to keep our neighbors warm, and each December Storage Village holds a Toy Drive for Toys for Tots.