"Movers Who Care®"

At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Boise, we feel a strong passion for dedicating our time and resources to our community. This is why we continuously strive to stay involved with local charities throughout the Treasure Valley and give back to our community. We have partnered with many charities including the Women’s and Children’s Alliance(opens in a new window)Idaho Humane Society(opens in a new window), St. Alphonsus’ Festival of Trees(opens in a new window), Wish Granters(opens in a new window), CATCH Inc.(opens in a new window), St. Vincent de Paul(opens in a new window),Idaho(opens in a new window)Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence(opens in a new window), the Boise Rescue Mission(opens in a new window), and more. For the fall and winter months this year we are hosting a collection drive, TRUCKLOAD OF WARMTH®, benefiting the Boise Rescue Mission(opens in a new window),

We support everything these wonderful organizations offer our community and we are humbled when we are able to lend a helping hand. If you have an organization we can support, please reach out to us at info0327@twomen.com

Featured Community Service

Movers for Moms®

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Boise is kicking off MOVERS FOR MOMS® an annual collection drive we organize, benefiting the WCA and Advocates Against Family Violence to help local women who are escaping domestic violence. We want moms to know they are remembered and supported on Mother's Day. Each year we partner with Treasure Valley, businesses, and organizations to make this possible. With the help of our community, we've been able to deliver thousands of critical care items and gifts to women at the WCA since we opened in 2013 and this is our first year supporting Advocates Against Family Violence. The collection drive runs April 15 - May 3, 2024.  


TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Boise is pleased to announce that we had a successful collection drive this year. We would like to thank the community for supporting both the WCA and Advocates Against Family Violence and the important services they provide women and children in our community, Our community partners were instrumental in hosing collection boxes at their locations and Keller Williams were huge supporters with their Red Day collection drive at local Fred Meyers.

WCA - 1,168 items + $1,068 in cash and gift cards

Advocates Against Family Violence - 5,956 items + $910 in cash and gift cards



Wafd - 575 E. Franklin Rd, Meridian.            Wafd - 1001 W Idaho St. Boise.               Wafd - 701 E State Street, STE 100, Eagle

Riverside Hotel - 900 W Chinden Boulevard, Boise

Lotus Media - 5257 Fairview Ave Suite 240 Boise

Section 37 Axe Room - 3725 W Chinden Blvd Garden City OPEN 5 P.M DAILY

Hawkins - 855 W Broad St, Ste 300, Boise

Treasure Valley Subaru - 5605 E Gate Blvd, Nampa

Meridian Chamber - 215 E Franklin Rd, Meridian.                     

ESI - 3330 East Louise Drive, #300, Meridian

Garden City Library - 6015 N Glenwood St, Garden City


TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Boise is partnering with Keller Williams to host a special community collection drive as part of Keller Williams Red Day at select Fred Meyer locations on May 3 from 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.  Look for the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® trucks in the parking lot and agents at store entrances. Collection boxes will be available to collect all donations.   

Fred Meyer - Five Mile & Overland, Boise
Fred Meyer - Glenwood & Chinden, Boise
Fred Meyer - Locust Grove & Fairview, Boise


Gift Cards ($25+) Grocery Store, Visa

Pantry - snacks, instant foods, pasta, pasta sauce, canned protein, canned fruit, juice boxes, instant drinks, gatorade  

Hygiene Products (full size) - shampoo, conditioner, body wash, makeup face wipes, hairbrushes, combs, hair ties

Clothing (new, variety of sizes) - Bras and womens underwear, 

Twin size mattress protectors/waterproof, surge protectors, alarm clocks, nightlights, dish sets, drinking glass sets, pots and pan sets, tupperware sets, small trash cans, hangers, twin size bedding/sheet sets/comforters

ABOUT THE WCA Women’s and Children’s Alliance(opens in a new window)

Mover holding donation box in front of Comb's Car Corral

Since 1910, the WCA has provided safe housing for women in  Treasure Valley, Idaho. However, in the last 40 years, the focus has been narrowed to provide shelter and supportive services to individuals impacted by domestic violence and/or sexual assault. These services are provided at no-cost and span a four-county service area representing 30 percent of the population of the state of Idaho.

  • The WCA’s two 24-hr hotlines fielded 4,470 hotline calls, 73% were domestic violence related.
  • The WCA provided safety in the emergency shelter – 10,905 safe bed nights for women and children.
  • The WCA staff members attended 1,695 full hearings in court for petitioners seeking civil protective orders.
  • The WCA prevention staff had nearly 3,000 engagements with youth throughout the Treasure Valley.

“We are so grateful for Two Men and a Truck!  They help us and our clients all year long and have done so for over a decade.  Helping clients move out of an abuser's home and into a new home is such a gift.  Their "Movers for Moms" collection drive is just one more example of just how much they care. The donations gathered from our community help our clients as they forge a new path, all while demonstrating just how much our community supports them - a priceless gift.” Bea Black – CEO, WCA



Advocates Against Family Violence provide safe housing and support services for individuals impacted by domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Services at AAFV are provided at no-cost, and span into surrounding counties representing all populations of the state of Idaho. 

In 2023, AAFV provided the following support:

  • AAFV provided 16, 713 Individual Services 
  • AAFV 24 hour hotline fielded 2,226 crisis calls
  • AAFV advocates offered 4,334 services through our court program
  • AAFV outreach advocates presented 318 teen healthy relationship presentations, with 4,732 teens attending these presentations, throughout the Treasure Valley.  
  • AAFV provided safety in our emergency shelter 7,002 safe shelter nights for women and children 

"We are thrilled for the opportunity to work with Movers For Moms in providing resources to those we serve here at AAFV. Each individual we serve will begin their journey to true survivorship beyond our shelter walls and the gifts received from Movers For Moms will assist in setting up their new home. Thank you, Movers For Moms for assisting us in the care of those we serve." - Kim Deugan, Executive Director of AAFV. 


Gift Cards ($25+) Grocery Store, Gas, Visa

Pantry - snacks, instant foods, pasta, pasta sauce, canned protein, canned fruit, juice boxes, instant drinks, gatorade  

Hygiene Products (full size) - shampoo, conditioner, body wash, makeup face wipes, hairbrushes, combs, hair ties, hair dryer , curling irons, dryer sheets

Twin size mattress protectors/waterproof, surge protectors, alarm clocks, nightlights, dish sets, drinking glass sets, pots and pan sets, tupperware sets, small trash cans, hangers, twin size bedding/sheet sets/comforters, hampers



Nampa Chamber - 101 11th Ave S #105, Nampa                          Caldwell Chamber - 1001 Blaine St, Caldwell

Caldwell Police Dept - 110 S 5th Ave Caldwell 

Hillcrest Bank - 80 E Eagles Gate Dr, Eagle

Pioneer Title - 100 10th Avenue South, Nampa      Pioneer Title - 5680 E Franklin Road, Suites 150 and 250, Nampa   Pioneer Title - 610 S Kimball Avenue, Caldwell

Clarity Credit Union - 1822 N Midland Blvd, Nampa              Clarity Credit Union - 708 N 21st Ave. Caldwell

Washington Trust Bank - 2200 N Cassia St Nampa


Movers for Mutts®

This year, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Boise is partnering with Treasure Valley Subaru, Zamzow's, and other local businesses to benefit The Idaho Humane Society.  These locations and other local businesses will serve as drop off points for collection of essential pet items. The collection drive begins September 5 - October 7. The community can also drop off items at the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Boise booth at See Spot Walk at Julia Davis Park on October 7. 

Pets are considered an important part of any family, but this fall, many pets living in animal shelters could use the community’s support in securing adequate amounts of food, toys, and everyday living essentials for pets in need of their forever home. The Idaho Humane Society is a leader in the national animal welfare arena and significantly supports underserved communities and rescues in Idaho and beyond by transferring animals to prevent unnecessary euthanasia for a second chance at life.  

Idaho Humane Society Logo

The Idaho Humane Society is the oldest and largest animal welfare organization in the state. They are an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization unaffiliated with and unfunded by the Humane Society of the United States. They follow the tenants of Socially Responsible Sheltering and have some of the highest shelter-save rates for animals in the country. Their mission is to advocate for the welfare and responsible care of animals, protect them from neglect and cruelty, and promote humane education, awareness, and compassion for all living things. The Idaho Humane Society works to reunite dogs with their owners, offers low-cost medical care (including spay and neuter surgeries to curb overpopulation), offers behavior training, foster care for special-needs animals, camps, and classes for youth, and of course, second chances to pets through adoption.  

The Idaho Humane Society Pet Food Pantry and Meals on Wheels for Pets programs are experiencing unprecedented demand. Treasure Valley households are encountering economic hardships like increased housing and food costs, and families are faced with heartbreaking options for feeding and maintaining their pet’s health and happiness. As a result, there has been an increase in surrendered pets at the Idaho Humane Society due to financial stressors. Pet owners report lower stress levels and better cardiovascular health, and many low-income or homebound individuals say their pet is their most powerful relationship.  

“The Idaho Humane Society is honored to work with our partners, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, Treasure Valley Subaru, and Zamzows in support of the pets in our community. We depend on the generosity of companies like them to help provide safety, food, veterinary care, and love to animals in need. Let's “Fill-The-Truck" at See Spot Walk to feed and care for the animals at the Idaho Humane Society through this coming winter months.  --Leah Stephens Clark, Director of Development and Stewardship at the Idaho Humane Society 

Treasure Valley Subaru logo

“Treasure Valley Subaru's enduring commitment to assisting the Idaho Humane Society stems from a profound understanding of the critical needs of animals in our society. Their unwavering support goes beyond financial contributions as they actively engage in adoption events, fundraisers, and awareness campaigns to address the urgent issues faced by countless innocent animals. From rescuing animals from dire situations to providing medical attention and nurturing care, the Idaho Humane Society, backed by Treasure Valley Subaru, offers a lifeline of hope to vulnerable creatures, granting them a second chance at life and love. Recognizing the pressing issue of animals seeking loving forever homes, Treasure Valley Subaru partners with the Society to promote adoption events that unite compassionate individuals with animals yearning for a place to call their own, fostering a brighter future. Their invaluable fundraising efforts empower the Society to sustain its vital mission, providing essential resources like food, shelter, and medical care, and raising awareness about responsible pet ownership. Embracing the interconnectedness of our world, where the welfare of animals influences the fabric of society, Treasure Valley Subaru takes on the responsibility to protect and cherish all living beings, fostering a more compassionate and empathetic world where the needs of animals are met with love, care, and respect, envisioning a future where every animal receives the chance to experience the warmth of a loving home and the joy of a life filled with kindness.” Rob Studebaker – General Manager Treasure Valley Subaru 

Zamzows logo

“At Zamzows, we believe that our responsibility to the community goes beyond just being a business. Our partnership with the Humane Society is a heartfelt expression of our dedication to making a positive impact in the lives of animals in Idaho. I am truly inspired by the efforts we have undertaken to support this wonderful cause. Through Movers for Mutts, they are not only providing physical help in transporting supplies for these animals, but also delivering hope and a chance at a better life. It's a privilege to have strong partnerships with local companies that embrace compassion and actively work to create a brighter future for our furry friends." - Callie Zamzow, Co-CEO of Zamzows 

“ Here at Zamzows, we believe that compassion extends beyond the aisles of our stores. Our partnership with the Humane Society is a testament to our unwavering commitment to the well-being of every living creature in Idaho.  I am incredibly proud of the partnerships we have with the Humane Society and all the efforts put forth in providing food, shelter, and most importantly, loving forever homes for animals in need. Together, we are creating a brighter future for these innocent animals, one paw at a time." - -Jos Zamzow, Co-CEO of Zamzows 


Dry and wet dog and cat food and other animal food 

Pet treats 

KRM and Esbilac (replacement kitten and puppy formula) 
Peanut Butter (Xylitol free) and low sugar  

Leashes & collars 

Pet toys 


Grooming items 

Food dishes 

Pet Pee Pads 

Pet carriers of all sizes 

Canned Pumpkin 

Needed Items - Idaho Humane Society(opens in a new window) 

You can also scan the QR code to make a monetary donation




Albertsons - 3499 E. Fairview Avenue, Meridian

Treasure Valley Subaru – 5605 E Gate Blvd suite b, Nampa

Lotus Radio - 5257 W. Fairview Ave, Suite 240 Boise

Daily Thread - Boise Towne Square Mall

Once Upon A Horse - 3000 N Eagle Rd, Eagle

TDS Fiber locations –

·       2845 E Overland Rd Suite 140, Meridian

·       3335 N Five Mile Rd, Boise

Zamzow’s locations –

·       3691 S Federal Way Boise

·       6313 W Fairview Ave Boise

·       6208 W State St Boise

·       10785 W Lake Hazel Rd Ste #120

·       3650 E Overland Rd Meridian

·       136 E Watertower St, Meridian

·       545 W Chinden Blvd, Meridian

·       435 S Eagle Rd STE 125, Eagle

·       256 W Main St, Kuna,

·       1518 Caldwell Blvd, Nampa

·       1201 N Franklin Blvd, Nampa

·       901 W Main St, Middleton

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK would like to thank the community for all your support in collecting pet food and pet items and the collection locations throughout the Treasure Valley. With your help,  we collected over 5,000 lbs of food and hundreds of pet care items. 


Local Partners


Catch Inc. 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.

Festival of Trees

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 multiple trucks and moving 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 designed to 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.


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.

Nampa High School Alumni

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is honored to be part of the Nampa High School Alumni business network. We are working together to celebrate our community's achievements.

Nampa High School info with High School Network Logo
Storage container, cars in parking lot

Society of St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho is made up of nearly 700 volunteers and a few staff members to directly help tens of thousands of our friends and neighbors throughout Southwestern Idaho. Their work here is built around the core value of the Society; the home visit.

When someone calls one of the helpline numbers throughout Southwest Idaho, they are accessing a system that has been in place since 1833 when our founders started going to the places where the poor lived to meet them, listen to their needs and offer understanding and the physical support available. In addition to the helpline, St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho operates seven thrift stores, five food panties, a dining hall, a prescription assistance program and seasonal programs as well.

We are currently donating a storage container while they under go a renovation and are happy to help them with any logistical and transport needs.

Susan G. Komen Idaho Montana

2019 marked the beginning of an important partnership between TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Boise and The Idaho Montana Affiliate of Susan G. Komen® .  We volunteer our time and resources to assist with logistics and delivery of essential items for race day set up. We look forward to many more years of working together to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.


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 sponsor of Wish Granters. We helped grant a wish and helped someone move to Portland, Oregon to be closer with family.


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 sponsor and corporate pillar of the WCA. We handle all of their logistics and moving needs.


Great Idaho Food Drive

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is partnering with CBS2 and Les Schwab again this year on the Great Idaho Food Drive. In 2022, Two Men And A Truck delivered 33,220 pounds of food to the Idaho Food Bank to support Idaho families in need. Collection bins will be in Les Schwab locations and Boise/Treasure Valley WestMark Credit Union locations throughout the Treasure Valley. You can drop off much-needed, nonperishable food items beginning October 30 - November 17. All donations will be delivered to the Food Bank on November 17. The need is great and we are counting on the community to help out as much as possible, every little bit helps. 

Owner Terry being interviewed standing in front of a moving truck

Owner, Terry Bruns was recently interviewed about the importance of getting involved in the collection drive. Check out his interview below.

https://idahonews.com/news/local/idaho-foodbank-teams-up-with-two-men-and-a-truck-for-great-idaho-food-drive(opens in a new window)


Two Men And A Truck and our partners made our deliveries to the Idaho Food Bank. We delivered over 33,000 pounds of food and crushed last years record! The Treasure Valley Community stepped up in a big way to help their neighbors in need. Check out Terry Bruns, CEO's interview on KBOI 2 and highlights from the delivery.