It's a locker. A pretty basic thing--four metal walls and a locking door. If you look around, you can see lockers are used in just about every aspect of your daily routine. When you go to the gym, stopping for a quick game at a rec center, using an employee bathroom/changing room and especially if you're a student and you spend any amount of time on campus; they are there....everywhere.
The case for having lockers available to students in schools is pretty straightforward. Kids have lots of books and other school supplies that they need, and depending upon the classes they take, those supplies can include paints, laptop computers, brushes, specific and additional athletic gear.
Now having something like lockers to lock up these few things many not sound like much to you and I--of course we just leave things at home, in a car, in a trunk or perhaps even the locker at our gym, school or university. But for the homeless, there are no such places and that is why more and more organizations and donors are realizing that lockers can in fact make a huge impact on this demographic of our society.