The moving company dedicated to the community

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Fort Wayne takes pride in giving back to the community because it helps build relationships and lets our employees get involved and feel like they are part of something bigger. It lives up to our motto that we are the “Movers Who Care®”, and we take pride in helping our community in any way we can.

Truckload of Warmth®


TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Fort Wayne started partnering with other local businesses with the goal of supporting localfamilies in need of warmth during the cold winter season. The National Coalition for the Homeless states that 44% of the nation's homeless are unsheltered. During the month of November we are collecting gently used winter clothing and delivering it to a local charity to make a difference during the blistering cold winters in our community. Items can be dropped off during November at our local franchise and other collections sites during the month. For more information stay up to date on our social media sites or call our office. 

Movers for Moms®

We are excited to partner with Crazy Pinz, Northfolk Southern, Planet Fitness of Fort Wayne, and Matilda Jane Clothi

ng for our Movers for Moms® campaign. This campaign aims to collect essential care items for local mothers in need.These items include: Soap, shampoo and conditioner, toothbrushes, twin bed sheets, clothing, and baby diapers and pull-ups. Our shelter recipient for these collected items is Vincent Village Inc., which serves homeless families with children by keeping them together in the crisis of homelessness.

After eight years the program has expanded nationally to more then 300 franchises in 39 states. Since its inception, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® have collected more then 230,000 items!

Movers for Meals


To help support local families facing hunger crises around the country, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® - Fort Wayne hosts the Movers for Meals food drive year round. The Movers for Meals recieve additional focus between October and November, just before Thanksgiving. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® - Fort Wayne partners with universites such as University of Saint Francis and IPFW, local businesses, and food pantries such at Community Harvest Food Bank to collect non-perishable food items with the goal of putting more food on tables.

Partnerships and Organizations​

Community Harvest


The Mission of Community Harvest is to alleviate hunger through the full use of donated food and other resources throughout Northeast Indiana. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has partnered with Community Harvest for the past year by collecting canned food items from our customers in which we transport and donate to Community Harvest. Each year more than 90,000 individuals are served every year. October 24th - November 4th 2016, IPFW, University of Saint Francis, Ivy Tech, Huntington University, and Indiana Tech will compete in a friendly competition called "Crush Hunger", collecting as many donations as they can. In 2015, these schools collected over 40,000 lbs of food for the Community Harvest Food Bank! 

Vincent Village Inc


Vincent Village provides a unique array of services that meet the needs of families who are experienceing the crisis of homelessness and continues to meet their needs through providing both permanent housing and supportive services. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has partnered with Vincent Village for the past two years donating all items collected during our Movers for Moms® charity campaign. We were able to collect and donate over 400 items to Vincent Village this year!

christ child society


For over 125 years, Christ Child Society has been devoted to improving the lives of children in need through volunteers who reach out to teach, motivate and care for children and help mentor young mothers. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has partnered with Christ Child Society picking up and delivering donations to their Furniture Bank. This free furniture is then sold and the profits collected are directly used to purchase much needed childrens winter clothing, school supplies, and tutoring services.

In need of donated services? Give us a call to become a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® community partner.

We also partner with several other local charities and organizations, such as League for the Blind and Disabled, Hope House, Erin’s House, Hope for Animals, and the American Cancer Society. Our location is a member of the Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce and is accredited by the Better Business Bureau.