Your Community Movers!

Our Scottsdale community is one of our most valued assets, and we are proud to move people forward while continuing to give back to those in need. Since you have welcomed TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® into your neighborhood, we have spent the last 15 years building a solid foundation with local and national organizations. We love working with our local charities as well! We take pride in working with several local charities such as UMOM, Hospice of the Valley, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Junior League of Phoenix, Colleen's Dream Foundation, Leukemia Lymphoma Society, and many more. With so much help needed in our community, we always find ways to pitch in and do our part to make Scottsdale and other surrounding areas what it is – a giving community!


Movers for Moms®

UMOM is together with Movers for Moms®, to whom we give numerous magnanimous gifts. Anything that we have left over at our workplaces – from seats, to toys and beds – we give to UMOM New Day Centers. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale gives their biggest magnanimous gift to Movers for Moms® consistently. This is an association that is important to us, since we think about the moms and youngsters in our town, and we will do everything to offer back to this group that treats us so well.

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Local Partners


2016 Sterling Awards Non-Profit Honoree, Arizona Helping Hands, is an association that began to help children in troubled circumstances acquire warm spots to rest by giving beddings and sheets to these asylums and cultivate homes. They have developed from a little office in North Scottsdale, to a substantial non-benefit stockroom that gives toys, dream units, birthday festivities, and back to class programs. Arizona Helping Hands' central goal is one kid, one dream, and one family at once.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale is so eager to at long last be a part of this amazing association that looks to change this world, one kid each time! We are booked to furnish Arizona Helping Hands with a couple moves that incorporate grabbing and dropping off a huge number of sleeping cushions and toys to their assigned drop off areas.


Cheeriodicals is a program created to give to the young children, in difficult situations, a chance to feel more like a kid again. Cheeriodicals willuse one of their corporateclients that aid in creating these Big Green Boxes of Cheer. Within these Big Green Boxes of Cheer is anything from toys, to stuffed animals, to candy, and even coloring books. This program is set to run 4 to 5 times a year, depending on the availability of the corporate clients. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale wants every child to feel special on their day when they receive their Big Green Boxes of Cheer, regardless of the circumstances!

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale will be on site at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital this year on January 12th and February 11 to deliver Cheeriodicals donations for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale donates their resources, time and services to pick-up the assembled Cheeriodicals following the team building activity, then carefully delivers them to the recipient children’s hospital and/or charity.


This coming winter, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale is amped up for assembling a Tee Sponsorship for Colleen's Dream Foundation on Colleen on Feb. 24, 2016 at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club. Colleen's Dream Foundation initially started in 2012. This establishment was set up to raise cash for research and early recognition testing for ovarian malignancy, made by Colleen herself after she was determined to have late-organize ovarian disease in 2007. Very little has been discovered about ovarian malignancy contrasted with other ladies' medical problems, and Colleen's Dream Foundation's central goal is to quantify accomplishment in two ways – cash raised, and lives touched. They will likely ensure that no life is taken due to their budgetary means. The more cash that is given implies that more individuals will be given the chance to battle for their lives.


Future For Kids is an association supported by Shine On. Their main goal is to give outside school projects and camps for children that are tutor driven. Little guide gatherings are created for kids ages six through fourteen, where they concentrate on exercises driven by scholastics, sports, and essential morals.

Future For Kids is an awesome association, and we are excited to work with them. In recent years, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale has given moves to Future For Kids in return for a sponsorship and a foursome at their yearly philanthropy golf competition. 


Arizona's Hospice of the Valley has been a non-profit since 1977. They give excellent and humane treatment to those that need end-of-life care. Hospice of the Valley never dismisses anybody, and this association is genuinely the best when it comes to taking care of their clients. They have an available work staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to deal with any necessities that come their direction. A huge number of families all through Arizona have utilized Hospice of the Valley as their first decision for end-of-life care.

Hospice of the Valley is one of the bigger gift focuses that we have been working with for a long time. We help this association basically in giving moves to their elderly patients. Our primary objective with Hospice of the Valley is to offer back to this exceptional association and all that they accomplish for this group.


JDRF is a top association that spotlights financing and sourcing out Type 1 diabetes research. They find and discover more compelling techniques for new medications, making better treatments for those influenced by this horrendous sickness. This current association's source of financing comes specifically from gifts and government bolster. Their advancement and comprehension of Type 1 diabetes has originated from the $2 billion they have raised for research and testing.

This incredible association is one of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale's favorite groups to be a part of. We will support a child this year for the One Walk at Sloan Park in Mesa, AZ for Type 1 Diabetes on April 29, 2017. We also help out the day before the event by storing necessary items in our trucks and delivering them early in the morning on April 29th. 


The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. (AJLI) is an association that focuses on advancing, enhancing, and creating women’s groups through adequate activity and authority. They work only as an instructive and altruistic association, taking part in making an enduring change in the nearby groups.

Junior League of Phoenix hosts one of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale's favorite events – Touch A Truck – and is facilitated amid the principal week of November. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale gets tables and gear for the Touch A Truck occasion and sets everything up, while additionally getting one of our 26-foot trucks set up for the children to play in. Once the occasion is done, we help with bringing down the majority of the gear and delivering it back to the home office of Junior League of Phoenix.


The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) is one of the biggest deliberate associations that contributes the greater part of their time and cash into research, discovering cures, and shielding access to treating malignancy patients. This association has been at the cutting edge to a portion of the greatest advances to medication, such as chemotherapy, undifferentiated cell transplantation, and treatments that spare a huge number of lives every day.

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has a Light the Night Walk at the Phoenix Municipal Stadium, home to the Arizona State Sun Devils. This occasion has a turnout of around 7,000 individuals consistently. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale works the day preceding the stroll to move the greater part of their items that are should have been set up for the occasion. Once the occasion is over, our movers pack everything up, and deliver it back to the home office of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Phoenix Chapter.


The Make A Wish Foundation is one of the biggest charitable companies on the planet. Their central goal is to serve a one of a kind part in fortifying and engaging kids fighting life debilitating medical conditions. Make A Wish Arizona turned into a section of the Make A Wish Foundation in 1980, when a young man had a desire to be in the police institute. The section has developed into an aggregate of volunteers and families, making a system of individuals who have attempted to concede right around 5,000 wishes. Their record breaking year was 2015, where they helped with 365 wishes in a financial year.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Scottsdale has been an immense supporter of the Make A Wish Foundation. We give each year to their yearly philanthropy golf competition by supporting an opening, and it’s an incredible competition that we are so pleased to be a part of.


The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale is a program that offers more than 100 projects to children of any age. These fantastic projects incorporate expressions, entertainment, group activities, contemplate corridor, authority, and a few more. Their fundamental need is scholarly achievement, a solid way of life, and building character and citizenship for their kids. Each kid is distinctive and uncommon, and this group was worked to make a sheltered place for them to learn and develop, while additionally imparting in them trust and opportunity.

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale is one of our top merchants that we give to. We work with this magnificent association a few times each month, including picking up and dropping off at their neighborhood thrift store in Old Town Scottsdale.


UMOM lives in Phoenix, Ariz., and is one of the biggest family destitute sanctuaries in the state. Their main goal is to create and enhance diverse techniques that can counteract and perhaps end vagrancy. They take each family's extraordinary attributes and apply them to their lodging arrangements that empowers a sheltered and agreeable environment for them to learn and become together.