Dymon Self Storage is an affiliate of the Dymon Group of Cos.
February 16, 2021: Dymon Self Storage has donated a total of 2 million commercial-grade face masks to more than 200 charitable organizations, community groups and frontline workers across Ontario. The facemasks received to Canadian Mental Health Association, Children's Aid Society of Toronto, Compass Food Bank, GlobalMedic, The Ottawa Mission and StepStones for Youth, according to a press release.
Rudy Cuzzetto, a member of the provincial parliament (MPP) for Mississauga-Lakeshore; Christine Hogarth, MPP for Etobicoke-Lakeshore; Toronto City Councilor James Pasternak; and Michael Tibollo, MPP for Vaughan-Woodbridge, these regional politicians helped to complete the donation.
DYMON's donation is believed to be the largest single private corporate donation of PPE in the province and reflects their corporate commitment to philanthropy and pledge to donate 50% of their profits and 50% of the value creation of their company to charity over time the release stated.
“Brent Wilson and I firmly believe in supporting our local communities, particularly at this crucial time. In response to COVID-19, we felt that it was critically important that Dymon-certified face masks be made available to protect frontline workers and clients being served by many important local charitable organizations and community groups.” Said by CEO Glen Luckman.
Dymon Self Storage founded in 2006, operates eight self-storage facilities in Ottawa, and one each in Brampton, Kanata and Etobicoke, Canada. It is an affiliate of the Dymon Group of Cos.