Movers for Moms® provides more than 200,000 items for mothers in need

Written by Dawn Kroeger

At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® we believe every mother deserves a gift and a moment of reverence on Mother’s Day, regardless of their circumstances. Thousands of dedicated mothers spend that special day living in a shelter as a result of homelessness or domestic abuse. Movers for Moms®, an initiative created and led by TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, seeks to provide those moms in need a little something to brighten the holiday.

The Movers for Moms® program continues to grow year after year, and 2014 was an smashing success. We are thrilled to announce more than 200,000 items were donated this year! We are humbled and grateful the Movers for Moms® program, which started just seven years ago with 20 Michigan franchises, has grown to be a national TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® program with all 270 U. S. locations participating.

Movers for Moms® success is built on the generosity of local communities coming together to support at-risk moms. Local businesses and organizations serve as collection sites, while individuals and community groups including schools, churches, networking organizations, and clubs donate items to the effort.

Let the photo’s below illustrate the impact of this outreach.

Movers for Moms collection site at Blackhawk TaeKwonDo in South Elgin Il Movers for Moms promotion in Traverse City MI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chicago Il Movers for Moms collection with North Elementary school students St  Louis MO Movers for Moms boxes ready to be distributed throughout the city

 

 

 

 

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For more information on supporting the Movers for Moms® project, email movers4moms@twomen.com.

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