How We Give Back

Mary Ellen Sheets, who founded the company, donated her first $1,000 in profits to 10 local charities. From that moment forward, Community became a huge part of our culture. Throughout the year, we partner with many different types of non-profits to see the different ways we can give back to our community. We host different types of Cause Marketing campaigns to give back to those in need. We also offer our services for free to non-profits who need our assistance. So whether that be organizational, inventory moved from one location to another, or a referral to a family in need, You can count on us!

It is truly our pleasure to be able to contribute to our community. We are proud to be a part of Cherokee county. If you are part of a local 501(c)3, and you are in need of our services, Please reach out to us. We have worked with many non-profits in the community. Including The Center For Family Resources, Cherokee County Veterans Program, Serenade HeightsThe Women of Gil Gal, and many more. We want to be able to show our community that we truly are the "Movers Who Care®.  

Call us today or email us at if you are interested and want to learn more about our community efforts.



Movers for Moms

Our Woodstock staff has proudly partnered with The Center For Family Resources! Movers for Moms® is our national cause-benefit program for mothers and their families who are in need. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Woodstock is grateful to our community-driven partners out there. This year, we will be collecting essential items from the community in order to give back to the Mothers working to rebuild their lives within the Center for Family Resources. If you are interested in participating or donating in any way, shape, or form, please call us at 678.909.4782 or email us at 

The shelters wish-list is as follows.


Feminine Products
Soap/Body Wash
Shaving Cream/Razors
Dishwashing Detergent
Laundry Detergent
Toilet Paper
Paper Towels
Cleaning Supplies
Gas Cards
Gift Cards to Grocery/Clothing stores


Local Partners

Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program

As we began our search for local non-profits to work with, we came across the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program. After seeing the different ways they were supporting local veterans in need, we reached out to director Jim Lindenmayer to see if the organization could benefit from our services. He accepted our offer and since then, we have gotten the opportunity to build a great working partnership!

This organization does a lot for the veterans in the community, with one of those being the collection of donated furniture and re-homing it to veterans in need.

“In past years, we have attempted to do this ourselves with our volunteer workforce using U-Haul and other means of transportation, and it has been a tough program to manage in help connecting donors with Veterans in need,” Lindenmayer said. “Additionally, the cost for us to rent ad-hoc vehicles to pick-up and deliver furniture items and the time it takes for this process takes away from time we need to focus on taking care of our Veterans in need.  We were just not good at this and were looking for a better solution.”

Anytime the Cherokee County Vets Program communicates an upcoming need of our service, all of our staff works together so we can get a team of our dedicated movers out to load, unload, and deliver all of the furniture needed. Since the partnership began, we have gotten multiple opportunities to assist in this process. It is truly our honor to in some small way contribute to what this organization is doing for the Veterans in our community.  Our core purpose at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is to move people forward. We feel that when working with Jim and the Cherokee County Homeless Veterans Program, we are working towards fulfilling that purpose. As long as we continue to work together as a community, we will grow together as one!

(middle) Marketing coordinator, Taylor Hayes, attending the Cherokee County Homeless Vets Program award ceremony for community partners
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St. Vincent de Paul

Offering both a thrift store and directly delivering items to families in need of assistance, St. Vincent de Paul does everything they can to help their community. St. Vincent de Paul serves the greater Atlanta area! We’ve helped pick up donations and deliver them to St. Vincent de Paul locations. 

Children's Haven

Serving Cherokee County, Children’s Haven benefits children affected by domestic abuse. Cherokee Children’s Haven comforts kids in foster systems, families or alternative schools. We helped move their office furniture and supplies into a new office!

Cherokee Family Violence Center

With open arms and loving hearts, Cherokee Family Violence Center helps families in need of shelter from domestic abuse. CFVC offers shelters, relocation programs, counseling, support groups and much more! We’re proud to have moved items for their families.

Simple Needs GA

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Woodstock loves giving back! We've partnered with Simple Needs GA to help gently-used furniture live as a gift for families getting back on their feet. Our move teams help transport furniture and donated household goods to the homeless who have found a home! Life is really about the little things. To donate, please contact Simple Needs GA by emailing them at Learn more about Simple Needs GA, here.

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