U-Haul is pleased to announce it has surpassed $300,000 in customer contributions to Tree Canada, a non-profit organization dedicated to planting trees in Canada.
City of Phoenix Recognizes U-Haul at the 2014 National Preservation Month Celebration
PHOENIX (May 28, 2014) – The city of Phoenix held the National Preservation Month Celebration in the Atrium at City Hall, located at 200 W. Washington Street, to honor 75 property owners whose buildings were constructed between 1945 and 1975.
The U-Haul Central Towers were honored for being included in those 75 original buildings that led to population growth and economic prosperity throughout the valley. According to the City of Phoenix Historic Preservation Office, U-Haul’s Central Towers have been a part of the city skyline since 1959. U-Haul made Phoenix its official company headquarters in 1967. Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton hosted the event and handed out the awards to the property owners in attendance. U-Haul was represented by Dr. Allan Yang, the head of Corporate Sustainability for U-Haul who accepted the award on the company’s behalf. The mayor had wonderful things to say about U-Haul Company’s presence in Phoenix over the years.
“We are happy that U-Haul chose to keep the company local,” Stanton exclaimed. “The city of Phoenix is very proud of CEO Joe Shoen’s commitment to community activism, which is what this event is really about.”
U-Haul, the leading U.S. retailer of propane for nearly 30 years, is unveiling a sustainable one-pound propane cylinder that will appeal to conservationists and cost-conscious customers alike.
U-Haul International, Inc. is pleased to announce it has eclipsed $200,000 in customer contributions to Tree Canada, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to Canada’s reforestation efforts.
Dr. Allan Yang, chief sustainability scientist for U-Haul International, served Phoenix as a city commissioner and mayoral liaison during his November trip to Chengdu, China, while participating in the 2015 Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fair.
Wayne State University will analyze the economic and social impacts that U-Haul corporate sustainability initiatives are having on the New Center neighborhood in Detroit.
U-Haul customers have surpassed $100,000 in contributions to Tree Canada, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to planting trees in Canada.
Our adaptive reuse of existing buildings reduces the amount of energy and resources required for new-construction materials and helps local cities diminish their unwanted inventory of unused buildings.
One million U-Haul customers have supported The Conservation Fund's Go Zero program. Read here to learn about the impact of that support.
U-Haul, The Conservation Fund And The Greening Of Detroit Unveil Major Effort To Plant Trees And Strengthen Detroit’s Green Economy
Donations from U-Haul and its customers to The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero® program will support the planting of 1,600 trees at Rouge Park, led by The Greening of Detroit, and the establishment of the Growing Detroit’s Green Economy Fund, a grant program aimed at supporting green entrepreneurs, administered by The Conservation Fund.
U-Haul Moving and Storage of New Center—Grand Opening Community Celebration
U-Haul Customers Contribute to Planting Two Million Trees Through the Conservation Fund’s Go Zero Program
Since 2007, more than 770,000 U-Haul customers have elected to offset their emissions, raising nearly $2.5 million to plant more than 290,000 native trees on behalf of Go Zero and wildlife refuges nationwide.
U-Haul, the largest do-it-yourself moving company in North America, wanted to give its customers renting equipment at more than 15,000 locations in the U.S. and Canada and on uhaul.com a simple way to make their move a little bit greener.
U-Haul has made a concerted effort to manufacture equipment that not only serves its customers well, but is also environmentally friendly. So it comes as no surprise that U-Haul would be involved in programs with partners who have the same philosophy.