Movers For Moms Collecting For: Harvest House Dayton

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® locations across the country collect donations for women during the spring and deliver them to local women’s and family shelters on Mother’s Day.

Franchises partner with local shelters, schools and other community organizations to collect goods that will make Mother’s Day special for moms living in shelters.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has women in key leadership roles across the country — some of the most successful franchisees are mothers. Movers for Moms® is a way for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® to appreciate the efforts of mothers everywhere, despite their current circumstances.

In 2012, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® will partner with National Heritage Academies (NHA) schools (K-8) and many other schools throughout the country to facilitate classroom collections. In markets where no NHA schools are present, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® will partner with other charter and private schools, as well as local organizations such as Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® will pick up and deliver the collected items to partnering women’s shelters on or before Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 13.

2011 Results

  • Movers for Moms® expanded into 14 states and had 85 franchise locations support more than 50 shelters across the U.S.
  • Movers for Moms® had a total donation of more than 65,000 gifts in 2011!
  • Movers for Moms® partnered with more than 85 elementary schools, daycare centers and community collection sites across the U.S.

2012 Dayton Ohio Movers For Moms

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®  Moving and Storage is proud to announce Harvest House Dayton as our partnering shelter. All items collected will be donated to Harvest House and their mission to “prepare disadvantaged young women to take on the world with new hope and life skills.”

Please join us in collecting items such as toilet paper, canned goods, laundry detergent, paper towels, towels, wash clothes, and other everyday items for the ladies. Harvest House also organizes a Princess Program were graduates are showered with a true “Princess Day” where they are pampered and presented with a goodie bag. Small feminine type items such as newly purchased lotions, soaps, and lip gloss would help make this day even more special! Last year Movers for Moms® was able to collect over 65,000 donated items nationwide and this year their goal is to break 100,000!

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®  Moving and Storage is committed to collecting as many items for this shelter as possible to support the everyday needs of a fully functioning household. So far Pathway School of Discovery is on board again this year in collecting items for these worthy women. Here are a few shots from our collection last year.

Currently we are looking for more schools, businesses, and churches to become donation sites. If you are interested please contact us asap! We have several PR opportunities lined up (WHIO Radio and WGTZ (92.9 Fly) to name a few) and we’d be happy to mention you as a partner!

Also, if you’d like to donate any of the above listed items you can bring them to 33 Eaker St., Dayton, OH 45402 or call us for the closest donation site to you!

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