When United States Marine Corps Veteran, Joshua Rye, began his journey of franchise entrepreneurship with Go Mini’s in Greenville and Jacksonville, North Carolina, he had no idea the impact that he would have on his community. Giving back to the community has always been incredibly important to Joshua, and after leaving the military, he wanted to find a way to give back through his business. The portable storage franchise that offers containers for moving, storage, renovation, and restoration needs was a match made in heaven with Habitat for Humanity, and Joshua found that he could use his business for the greater good in his community.
Go Mini’s donates their containers for Habitat for Humanity’s use through home-builds. From storage to transport, Go Mini’s containers serve this non-profit’s needs and uplift communities. Since Joshua’s involvement with Habitat for Humanity, he has been invited to be on the board of directors for the organization, and the franchise’s involvement with the organization has grown immensely.
“I want to be a member of society who contributes to my community in a positive way,” Joshua said. “I wanted to find a way that my business could be of service to the community and found a great fit with Habitat for Humanity.”