Big Yellow Self Storage Oxford has provided free storage facility to REACT to help alleviate the charity’s storage challenges.

Big Yellow self-storage which is ranked third largest self-storage company in UK and offers home and business self-storage solutions at unbeatable

prices nationwide. It is also the UK's favourite self-storage company who combines the latest technology with excellent customer service to provides a
network of storage facilities across the UK in high profile, easy–to–access
REACT approached Big Yellow Oxford after receiving continuous donations of healthcare equipment from Millbrook Healthcare in Milton, Didcot.

The Oxford branch which responded to REACT’s request in kind has Storage rooms ranging from 10 sq. ft to 400 sq.
ft and larger warehouse space and industrial units available. They have a very friendly and professional team, a large
car park , 7 days a week easy access to facility and is situated in an easily accessible part of Oxford just next to the BMW plant in Horspath Estate.

Presenting the room to REACT, the branch Manager James Finnis said Big Yellow acknowledges the storage challenges of local charities particularly the
smaller ones such as REACT with very low income but offer most needed service to their beneficiaries. Hence, Big Yellow regards such support as the company’s
way of giving back to communities they operate in. The Assistant Branch Manager, Stephanie Purnell who dealt with REACT
said due to Big Yellows’ emphasis on high security storage and customer satisfaction as their utmost priority, the company remains both attractive and competitive 

even while supporting charities with noble causes within the county with fee storage. Stephanie said Big Yellow hopes to continue assisting local charities in the county and beyond.

Receiving the keys, the founder and director of REACT, Prince Osei Akowuah said Big Yellow’s assistance is a huge relief to the charity and a timely intervention into REACT’s storage
challenges and thanked Big Yellow for their gesture.

REACT Humanitarian Network is a UK registered charity set up in December 2016 by a group of friends to help make
formal education easily accessible to disabled children in the most vulnerable communities in Ghana. The organisation since
its inception have 149 children they support and have a number of renowned companies as donors.

In the pictures are Prince Osei Akowuah (Founder & Director of REACT) and Ms Stephanie Purnell (Big Yellow Oxford Assistant Branch Manager)

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