We’re living in tough, uncertain times right now. The spread of COVID-19 has halted our everyday activities and way of life. While many of us remain optimistic and practice social distancing while working to stop the spread of the virus, others are still in need of help.

At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, we’ve been engaged in our communities by working within the guidelines set by the CDC, as well as local, state, and federal governments. Our moving teams are still operating to the extent they are able and conducting moves in some capacity, focusing primarily on customers who absolutely have to move during this time.

While we are doing our part in taking all necessary safety and sanitation precautions with our team members and our moving trucks, we’re also working hard to give back and donate our services to those who need it most.

We’re a company that is committed to giving back to our communities in every way possible, and here are just a few examples of how our franchises have been doing their part around the country.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK volunteers to deliver face shields to Detroit hospital

Movers Derrick and Kirkland from our Ann Arbor, Mich., franchise location volunteered their time to pick up and deliver 11,000 much-needed face shields to the Beaumont distribution center.

Moving company TWO MEN AND A TRUCK donates face masks to Frisco, McKinney hospitals

Members of our Northern Dallas franchises put together gift bags and more than 100 face masks to deliver to two separate Dallas area hospitals.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK in Columbus responds to COVID-19 emergency call

Movers Ellis and Gerald helped respond to an emergency call for a local hospital in Columbus, Ga., to deliver a critical piece of medical equipment.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK picks ups and delivers food for Foods4Kids Backpack Program

Our Gainesville franchise helped to pick up and deliver pallets of food to the Food4Kids program, which gets food in the hands of kids who need it most in the community.

Movers provide essential services during COVID-19 outbreak

A family in Sacramento needed safe, professional moving services during the COVID outbreak and our Sacramento movers were there to help.

Wichita moving company implementing polices to keep employees, customers safe

Our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Wichita, Kansas location recently shared the precautions they’re taking to keep team members and customers safe.

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9 thoughts on “TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchises use resources to give back amid COVID-19 crisis

  1. Hello
    My mom lives in an apartment complex in Buffalo, New York. She will be 89 in July of this year. I live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She needs to move in with me for her remaining years. Is it possible to move her belongings to Santa Fe, NM from Buffalo, NY sometime in June? Preferably mid to late June. Please let me know.

  2. Do you pick up and haul away unwanted items such as pianos, chairs, very small refrigerators.

  3. Hi, I had your movers today, who refused to wear masks (I offered to give them) and your manager said they weren’t providing masks. Your crew had no protective gear. I hope my family and I don’t get sick. What are you doing to improve?

    1. Hi, David. Many of our locations are still conducting moves in some capacity to assist people who absolutely have to move during this time. Our locations are taking the extra safety and sanitizing precautions to ensure the safety of both employees and customers. We’re sorry if you have seen something that doesn’t live up to this standard. We will be sure to remind our teams of the importance of practicing social distancing to keep everyone safe. Thank you.

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