Community Involvement


Movers for Moms®

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Marietta partnered with MUST Ministries for the second year to give back to our Cobb families in need. We're so glad to have worked with our awesome community partners in Optimus Real Estate Brokers, Atlanta Home Brokers, and Edward Jones.

Last year, our Marietta movers worked with Serenade Heights, YELLS, Inc., and Must Ministries during Movers for Moms®. We're proud to continue our partnership with these wonderful non-profits by using our resources to meet their needs. If your favorite non-profit needs help with an event or relocation process, please contact us. Check it more info, here.

Local Partners

Cherokee County Homeless Vets Program

Working with the Cherokee County Veterans Program over this last year has been amazing. We are so happy to have been given the opportunity to work with such an amazing organization and help in their process to relocate many veterans in need. We are very proud to end the year off by donating a car to their program which will be paid forward to someone in need. Big thanks to all they do to help move our community forward!  

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Marietta donates Car to the Cherokee Vets Program

About the Cherokee homeless veterans program

The Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program works to provide a 100% vetting process to our veterans in need. This includes supplying food, clothing, housing, help with relocation, and many other essential items and services. Their goal is to improve the homes and lives of U.S. military veterans and their families. They work with the community in order to collect donations and also to find the veterans in our community who need assistance. We are extremely proud to have gotten the opportunity to partner with them. Anytime their program reaches out to us, we get a very dedicated team of movers out there to help load and unload furniture for any donations or relocations they may have. 

(l) Jim Lindenmayer, Director of Cheokee Couinty Homeless Vets program, (m) Taylor Hayes, Two men and a truck Marketing coordinator, ( R) Cheryl Dana, Secretary at the American Legion Auxillary in Canton.

Our Veterans have done so much to fight for our country and freedom. Although we could never thank them enough, We are proud to be involved with this organization and in a small way, say thank you to the veterans in our community who gave so much for us all. If you would like to find out how you can contribute to the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program, click here.  



Friends of Disabled Adults & Children

FODAC is a program that was started to provide durable medical equipment to disabled adults, children, and their families with little to no cost. They have provided wheelchairs, hospital beds, and many other medical-grade pieces so that they can help enhance the quality of life for people of all ages who may have a disability. Over time, They have gotten the opportunity to provide over 50,000 wheelchairs to families in need! There are so many people who are uninsured or underinsured. FODAC has made it their mission to support these families in any way that they can. 

We have extremely proud to have partnered up with them to help deliver all medical supplies from the donors to their facility every week. This gives them the opportunity to focus more on finding individuals who need the equipment. FODAC relies on the support of the community and their donations of medical equipment. Click here to find out the different ways you can support FODAC and continue helping our community move forward. 


Kids Care is a non-profit that was started by an 8-year-old girl and her mother. This young girl wanted to serve her community in a way that kids want to! So, they started to reach out to other kids, family, and friends, and that is where Kids Care was born. They work to create, support, and implement children’s and youth’s community service projects. The kids are the brains behind these projects. They get to decide how they want to contribute and help move the community forward. Kids care stands for Kindness in Doing Service and Connecting and Respecting Everyone. Head on over to their website to find out more ways to get involved.

KIDS CARE and their kindness cards program

The Center for Family Resources

The Center for Family Resources in Marietta helps feed our Cobb community. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Marietta is proud to support their Thanks for Giving annual food drive every year! We proudly volunteer trucks and labor to insure more families have a Thanksgiving meal. By helping transport non-perishables and canned goods, more families are able to have a home cooked meal this holiday season.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK movers volunteering at The Center of Fanily Resources.

Every year there is an overwhelming amount of support from all of the local schools.  Thank you to the Center of Family Resources for helping take care of our Cobb community. If you would like to learn more about everything they are doing to contribute to our community you can find out more right here. You can also find ways to personally help contribute to that by going here.

Mover, Vincent, Loading the donations from Smith Middle School.
Our movers working with the community to unload at the donation center.


Must Ministries is a pillar in the community for giving back! We’re proud to help these kind people by moving donated items for them. MM provides food, shelter, food pantry, a soup-kitchen and relocation services for those in need!