The entire TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand was founded with an emphasis on giving back to the communities where we work and live – something instilled from day one by Founder Mary Ellen Sheets.

Throughout the years, each and every one of our franchises have worked hard to use our services for good, working with charitable programs and organizations to give back to those who need it most. This mindset made our partnership with Cheeriodicals a no-brainer, as we’ve helped assist in their efforts to provide their famous “boxes of cheer” to children’s and veterans hospitals all around the country.

“I know that we’ve delivered about 90,000 Cheeriodicals boxes in the last seven years,” said Gary Parisher, the president and CEO of Cheeriodicals. “Every one of those deliveries – I can’t think of one otherwise – was with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK moving those boxes for us and making those deliveries free of charge.”

This fall, multiple TWO MEN AND A TRUCK locations worked with Cheeriodicals to give back to veterans hospitals and provide a bright spot in the day of the residents there. Working together at team building events, our franchise teams helped assemble the gifts that would be delivered to the veterans and then delivered them individually at the hospitals.

It’s a great way to bring a little joy into the life of others as you can see in the video above. Check out some of the different locations where we delivered boxes over the fall season!

Portland company delivers gifts to veterans (via – Portland Press Herald)

“TWO MEN AND A TRUCK and Cheeriodicals deliver duffel bags to veteran facilities through month of November in honor of Veterans Day”

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK assembles 100 duffel bags to deliver to the Orland VA Medical Center

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK delivers bags to our veterans at the VA Ann Arbor Hospital

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8 thoughts on “TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s partnership with Cheeriodicals lifts up veterans in need

  1. I hope you can help my disabled, wheel-chair bound Marine Corps vet and his disabled wife to move out of an apartment in Santa Maria, Ca. Do you have franchises there? They are expected to get another apartment on the Vandenberg AFB senior living facility, Lompoc soon. I used your company a few years ago when I bought a house in Orlando, Fl. I had good service then, and I also am a Marine Corps vet. I haven’t forgotten your company, and so am in hopes that you service Santa Maria, Ca. as well. I would like to get an estimate of how much it would cost to move them, at least a ballpark figure. They need help packing, too, and my brother in law is on oxygen much of the time. Any help for them would be greatly appreciated by all of us! Thank you in advance. I look forward to hearing back from you. Happy moving and happy New Year!

  2. I’m moving in the first weekend in July to Greensboro North Carolina. First question is do you travel there?

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