Community Service in Sacramento

Here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Sacramento, we believe in our core value of giving back to the community. That is why we are so dedicated to giving back to the Sacramento Metropolitan area. By helping local charities and non-profit organizations achieve their goals, the families in our community are all able to grow together and become more united. That is why we love "Moving People Forward®" whether it be a charity, a non-profit organization or even you.

Please visit our Events page to see all of the latest charity and community events we have coming up! 


Movers for Moms®

Through Movers for Moms®, each year TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® collects thousands of food, toiletries, and clothing items for its Movers for Moms® drive benefiting WEAVE, the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County. In the first year, we collected a slim 100 items, but last year we collected over 9,000 items! This year we aim to bring that to an outstanding 15,000 items.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® started Movers for Moms® to ensure all moms are given the attention and appreciation they deserve on Mother's Day no matter what the circumstances. Movers for Moms® in Sacramento started in 2007 and has grown to cover the surrounding Sacramento region to include donation collection sites all over the greater Sacramento metropolitan area.


This could not be possible without the help and enthusiasm of our radio partner 103.9 The FISH! Each year they take to the airwaves to make sure that our cause is heard and come out to every event we have to collect items. Without their continued support, we could not have seen the growth this campaign has brought in year after year. 

Local Partners

Elk Grove Food Bank Services

A non-profit organization that helps out the Elk Grove Region and South County. Every month they distribute food to over 4,000 people, including families, children, seniors, migrant workers, disabled, medically fragile, working poor and the homeless. At the end of every year, we assist the Elk Grove Community Food Bank by sending our men and trucks to local schools across Elk Grove and Sacramento areas to pick up hundreds of pounds of canned goods which are collected during their annual Kids Can Food Drive. 

Strategies To Empower People

Strategies To Empower People or S.T.E.P. is an organization whose goal is to give those with mental or physical limitations a normal life by giving them resources for employment and living accommodations. We supply moves as often as they need with a discount. 

The Mentor Network

The Mentor Network is a collection of volunteers and staff that gives health and human service aid to anyone, from children to adults. They have provided caregivers, daycare for either children or the elderly, and assistance in locating housing in the past to people in need. Their network of staff and volunteers are all built upon trust between the individuals they serve and their families.


WEAVE, Inc. (Women Escaping A Violent Environment) is the primary provider of crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence, and sexual assault in Sacramento County. Two Men And a Truck® runs an annual donation drive in partnership with WEAVE called Movers For Moms®, in which thousands of units of essential care items and clothing are collected and donated to a great cause.

Make-A-Wish Foundation

The Make-A-Wish Foundation is a nonprofit organization which grants the wishes of children diagnosed with a critical illness. We do our part in assisting with their annual large-scale events by offering in-kind services like transporting supplies to event locations, moving them forward.

Alzheimers Association

The Alzheimer's Association is a non-profit voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support, and research. Their mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through advanced research in order to improve and enhance care, as well as, support all who are affected by this disease. Every July, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Sacramento partners up with The Alzheimer's Association to provide free moving services and labor.