Sierra Self Storage has been serving Colfax and its local Sierra foothills communities for over 15 years! We actively support and sponsor local sports teams, eWaste collection to benefit local non-profit organizations, food drives, and much more. Here's a sampling of what we've been up to:
eWaste Collection - ongoing
Sierra's eWaste collection effort has raised over $7,000 for local non-profits and diverted over 40,000lbs of waste from our landfills! Sierra Self Storage is the local eWaste collection center with all proceeds going to local non-profits. Donations are free. Just drop off your unwanted electronics at Sierra's business office during normal office hours. We'll take care of the rest! eWaste collection helps the community and the environment.
Colfax Area Chamber of Commerce - ongoing
In addition to hositng several Chamber mixers and donating fund raising prizes to Chamber functions, Sierra donates free storage space to the Chamber to help support all the businesses in our community.
eWaste Donation Multiplied by 500%! - May 2017
Sierra made a $1,000 eWaste donation to the Colfax Elementary School Assoc. of Parents and Teachers (APT) to sponsor their annual Spring Fling Family Dance and fund raiser. The APT reported that they were able to raise $5,000 with the eWaste sponsorship monies, a 500% multiplier! Click on the letter image to read the details.
Drop off your eligible eWaste items during normal office hours; 10AM-4PM M-Th & 9AM-5PM F&Sa. It helps our community!
eWaste Donations Exceed $6,200! - December 2016
Sierra made two additional eWaste donation in Decemebr; $1,000 each to the Sierra Vista Community Center and the Colfax Soroptimists Christmas Project. Pictured is Gordon Goodrich, Facility Manager with Sierra Self Storage, presenting a $1,000 check to Stephanie Gargan with the Colfax Soroptimists. All funds raised through Sierra's eWaste recycling program are donated to local non-profit community groups.
In Addition to helping the community, the eWaste program redirects tens of thousands of pounds of electronics from our local land fills. Drop off your eligible eWaste items during normal office hours; 10AM-4PM M-Th & 9AM-5PM F&Sa.
eWaste Donations Help Sierra Vista Community Center - December 2015
The big check was out and about again! Celebrating Winterfest in Colfax on December 12th, the Sierra Vista Community Center hosted the annual soup kitchen, benefiting our local community. What better time for Sierra Self Storage to to add to this charitable event. SVCC was able to enjoy a $1000 donation from our Electronic Waste program's proceeds! For nearly 2 years the Colfax community has come to recognize Sierra Self Storage as a go to resource to not only keep Electronic Waste out of our local rivers and forests but also support local charities and organizations with the proceeds generated. The Colfax community has recycled over 25,000 pounds of waste material. Sierra Self Storage is proud of you and are happy to provide this ongoing service.
eWaste donations add up for local non-profits! - July 2014 (excerpted from the Colfax Record)
Donations of e-waste by locals have turned into cash that is benefiting Colfax nonprofits through the electronic waste recycling program that Sierra Self Storage started last spring. The Colfax company holds the recycling event on an ongoing basis as a fundraiser for local organizations.
Last fall, Sierra Self Storage presented a check in the amount of $800 to the Colfax Elementary School APT for its student programs.
On June 28, during the Chocolate, Wine and Art Indulgence fundraiser for the Sierra Vista Community Center, Sierra Self Storage general manager Gordon Goodrich presented a check for $600 to Sierra Vista from funds earned through the recycling program.
Unwanted electronics can be dropped off at Sierra Self Storage between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday at 160 Sherwood Court, in Colfax.
Sierra Vista Communtiy Center Chocolate Wine & Art Indulgence! - June 2014
Saturday, June 28th, 5PM at the Sierra Vista Communtiy Center! Come and enjoy an evening of wine tasting and chocolate, all for a good cause. All proceeds go to support the Community Center. Tickets are $20 in advance, $30 at the door. Tickets are available at Sierra Self Storage during normal business hours.
Sierra Self Storage will be presenting the Community Center staff with an eWaste donation of $600 to show our support for this wonderful community resource!
| Clothing Recycling & eWaste Collection - May 2014 |
Co-sponsored by Sierra Self Storage for the benefit of the Colfax Elementary School ATP, your unwanted electronics and used clothing go to support the Colfax Elementary School ATP. All donations are be responsibly recycled by Simms Recycling and California Clothing Recyclers.
Sierra donated staff time, promotional materials and moving trailers to this successsful community fund raiser.
" We want to give a BIG PUBLIC Thank You to all the great people at Sierra Self Storage right here in Colfax! They have been instrumental in helping to arrange this fundraising event! They are even volunteering man-hours at the event and are giving 100% of all proceeds to the APT! If you have storage, U-Haul, or packing supply needs PLEASE go see Sierra Self Storage! Support the businesses that support our school!" - Colfax Elementary ATP
| Fall Festival Donation - 2013 (excerpted from the Colfax Record, OCT 31, 2013) |
Colfax Elementary School’s Association of Parents and Teachers chose the night of the school’s annual Fall Festival to show their appreciation to Sierra Self Storage for the Colfax company’s support of the organization.
At the Halloween event on Oct. 25, Gordon Goodrich, general manager of Sierra Self Storage, presented the APT a check for $807.19, monies collected through an ongoing electronic waste-recycling program. “We’re very proud that we were able to make such a donation,” Goodrich said.
According to Goodrich, “In May, we donated a 10-foot-by-20-foot unit sized specifically for e-waste drop-off. We contract with a nationally recognized firm to recycle the e-waste with the intent of donating those proceeds several times a year to local charities. … This was new to me and a new vision for Sierra Self Storage.”
The Colfax Elementary-APT is the first beneficiary of the recycling program. Mike Divine, the organization’s president, was on hand Friday night to accept the check. He calls the donation “a great thing,” and appreciates the support of Sierra Self Storage. They’re “always helping out the community and we’re very grateful that they can help us,” Divine said. According to Divine, who also serves on the board for the Colfax Junior Falcons, Sierra Self Storage helps the Jr. Falcon teams by supplying two units for storage of sports equipment.
Goodrich said the electronic waste collection is an ongoing free service offered to the community, available during office hours at 160 Sherwood Court, off South Auburn Street. No appointment is necessary. Electronic waste accepted includes computer equipment, CRT waste such as televisions, and video and audio equipment.
“It’s our intent for it to be a local charity and one involving local kids. It’s a long-term commitment; we have no intent of ever ceasing.” Goodrich said.