Support our Charities of Choice

Compu-Stor Records Management is very proud to continue our support of our two charities of choice, the St Vincent de Paul Society and YGAP, by donating for every archive box that we sell.   St Vincent de Paul Society There are more than 100,000 Australians who find themselves homeless each night. Compu-Stor makes a donation from every box that we sell to the St Vincent de Paul Society, so by buying your document storage boxes from Compu-Stor, you are helping us to raise much-needed funds to help Vinnies provide care, friendship and support to people in need. YGAP YGAP is a not-for-profit...
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Belmont Small Business Awards 2014

Compu-Stor has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 21st Belmont Small Business Awards in Perth. We are very proud of our dedicated and hardworking team in our Belmont head office, and congratulate them on this achievement. Winners will be announced at a presentation evening on Friday 31 October, and we wish them all the best!
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Compu-Stor – proud to support AIM Employment Services

  Compu-Stor is proud to back the Autism Association of Western Australia through AIM Employment Services. This great video showcases the opportunities and support that businesses can take advantage of by employing an individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We could not be happier with the employees who AIM have provided to us, and highly recommend them to any business. To learn more about the Autism Association of Western Australia and their fantastic work, please visit
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CEO Sleepout Update

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There are now less than three weeks remaining until Jeremy and Robert Manford spend a freezing winter night outside to support the Vinnie’s CEO SleepOut. The competition has heated up between the boys to see who can raise the most money for this amazing cause, and right now Robert is in the lead. If you are in Western Australia and would like to see Robert keep in front of Jeremy,  click here  to donate. Victorians, get behind Jeremy and donate by  clicking here ! Every donation counts, and we’d like to thank everyone again for continuing to support Compu-Sto...
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Congratulations Robert!

Robert Manford, Compu-Stor’s Director and Western Australia State Manager, has been recognised as one of the top 40 business leaders under 40 years old in Western Australia. Established in 2002 by Business News, the 40Under40 Awards programme recognises and celebrates Western Australia’s 40 leading business entrepreneurs under the age of 40, and has an alumnus of almost 500 business achievers. Robert manages 20 staff in Compu-Stor’s Perth office, and together they provide a high level of customer service through training and advice on records storage and management. As Compu-Sto...
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Compu-Stor’s Charities of Choice

Compu-Stor Records Management is proud to throw our support behind two great charities throughout every year, YGAP and the St Vincent de Paul Society CEO SleepOut. YGAP YGAP is a not-for-profit organisation aiming to inspire social change across Australia, Asia and Africa through creative fundraising projects and innovative social enterprises.  In 2012, YGAP launched their 5cent campaign to collect five-cent coins over the five weeks in May.  Over a million coins were collected across Australia, raising over $50,000 towards projects geared towards lessening the effects of poverty in ...
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Compu-Stor Are Proud To Be An Equal Opportunity

Compu-Stor are happy to announce that we are now working in conjunction with AIM Employment through the Autism Association of WA. We have recently employed a client through AIM Employment as a Warehouse Team Member; he is a responsible and hard working employee who has fit into the team well. Using this free service we have had the full support from an employment coordinator and access to one on one training for the client by the coordinator. We are very excited by our partnership with AIM and are looking forward to considering new opportunities to employ individuals with Autism. If you would ...
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