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Community Service

At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Boise we feel a strong passion for dedicating time and resources to our community. This is why we continuously strive to stay involved with local charities throughout the Treasure Valley and giving back to our community. We have partnered with many charities including the Women’s and Children’s Alliance, Idaho Humane Society, St. Alphonsus’ Festival of Trees, Wish Granters, CATCH, American Cancer Society, and more. We appreciate everything these wonderful organizations offer our community and we are happy to lend a helping hand.

Movers for Moms®

Every March we kickoff our Movers for Moms® collection drive. As the program continues to grow we would love for your organization to join our efforts.

You can support Movers for Moms® by simply collecting items for donation to our local women’s shelter.Our office handles all logistics between shelter partners, trucks, pick-ups, deliveries, etc.To make donation collection easy for you, we will supply a list of items requested by the shelter along with collection boxes, posters and literature about the program.To get involved in Movers for Moms®, your team only needs to commit to receiving collection boxes and promote the collection within your organization. That is it. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® will handle all the other details, including the pick-up and delivery of gifts to The Women’s and Children’s Alliance. If you are interested in collecting donations or wish to help in another way please contact us!


Truckload of Warmth

We believe everyone should stay warm during the cold winter months. That's why our Truckload of Warmth drive will be teaming up with local organizations to collect winter clothing items every fall. The items collected will be delivered to families living at the Women's and Children's Alliance.  To donate items or to find out how you, your school, or organization can join us and our partner organizations, please give us a call!

Festival of Trees - St Alphonsus Hospital

The Festival of Trees has been a favorite holiday tradition for residents of the Treasure Valley for 32 years and has raised over $8 million to improve healthcare in our community.We donate 2 trucks and 2 teams each winter to help with the logistics and moving for the Festival of Trees.

Every year during Thanksgiving week, Boise Centre becomes home to a wonderland of holiday splendor featuring hundreds of lavishly decorated Christmas trees, wreaths, and holiday decor. Enhancing this remarkable display is a series of special events designedto please people of all ages. From the black-tie Gala to the Festival Fashion Show and our North Pole Village, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Funds raised will support the renovation of the Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Center. When members of the community experience an injury, illness, disability or stroke, our Rehabilitation Center is there to help regain strength, independence and quality of life.



Wish granters

Wish Granters was founded in 2010 to grant Wishes to adults who have terminal illnesses. To qualify an individual must be at least 18, live in Ada or Canyon counties, have a terminal illness, and have not had a wish from another wish organization. We are a proud sponser of Wish Granters. We helped grant a wish and helped someone move to Portland, Oregon to be closer with family.

American Cancer Society

For every reply card that is filled out by our customers and returned, we donate $1 to the American Cancer Society at the end of the year. In 2015 we had 997 cards returned and donated $1000 to the American Cancer Society!!!


Idaho Humane Society

The Idaho Humane Society is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization and veterinary charity in the state of Idaho. We are proud supporters of the Idaho Humane Society and help with all of their logistics and moving needs.


Catch Inc.

Catch works with homeless families in Ada, Canyon, and Twin Falls counties who are referred by local emergency homeless shelters. Upon acceptance into the program, families are immediately moved into a housing unit (typically an apartment with a lease in their name) and provided basic household furnishings.

Women's & Children's Alliance

Providing safe places for women to live has been at the core of our mission for over 100 years. The WCA started in 1910 as the Boise YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association). It was established to provide a safe place for young single women to live, eat, and socialize. In addition to room, board, and other basic services, the YWCA offered classes, camps, and community service opportunities to Boise women for decades.We are a proud sponser and corporate pillar of the WCA. We handle all of their logistics and moving needs.



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