Access Self Storage and local newspapers establish scholarship program for faith-based youth activities

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Access Self Storage and local newspapers establish scholarship program for faith-based youth activities
Co-owners remember their own experience and seek to pay it forward

Lancaster, Tx – "We just want to help," says Access Self Storage Co-owner Doug Hunt, "and these kinds of trips are too important to overlook."  Those familiar with Access know of a family-owned, Christian company with a long-time goal of community enrichment. This year, co-owners (and brothers) Doug and David Hunt have partnered with the Red Oak Record, the Focus Daily News, and the Ellis County Press to provide scholarships to children and teenagers hoping to foster spiritual growth this summer.

For many of those employed at Access and sister companies Owners Management Company and OMC Gate Service, childhood summers were spent growing spiritually at youth camps, choir tours, mission trips, and other activities. "We would like the opportunity to ensure that future generations share in those experiences," adds Hunt.

Knowing that these summer adventures can be financially tasking for some families, particularly those with multiple children, Access Self Storage has established the Youth Activities Scholarship.

To apply, complete the attached form and drop it off at any Access Self Storage facility. Additional forms are also available at Access Facilities. Completed forms can also be mailed to the corporate office at 3404 N. I-35E, Lancaster, Tx 75134. Each form will need to be signed by the applicant and parent or guardian as well as a youth leader or minister.