Your "Movers Who Care®" Serving Fayetteville and surrounding areas
We are active members of Fayetteville Regional Chamber, the Cumberland County Apartment Association, the Fayettevile Home Builders Association and the Fayetteville Regional Association of REALTORS, among other community groups. We serve our community by volunteering for the Dogwood Festival, the March of Dimes, Fayetteville Urban Ministries, the Duck Derby, the Cumberland County Partnership for Children, the American Red Cross, the Cape Fear Food Drive, and the Post Office Food Drive. We also partnered with the Sykes call center to collect more than 300 items for donation to the Fayetteville Urban Ministries.
Our dedication to local charitable organizations is part of how we live out one of our core values, “giving back to the community.” The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® brand launches an annual effort Movers for Moms® around Mother’s Day to gather essential care items for women’s shelters in each of the communities we serve. This year, we hope you’ll help us make the donation drive a success! For the 2017 campaign, we will be collecting items for the Cumberland County women's shelter. Contact us in March for a full list of donation sites!
The Center for Economic Empowerment and Development (CEED) was founded May 20th, 1990 and is a 501c3, not-for-profit organization that serves as a regional resource and advocacy center for individuals and families, which enables restoration of personal dignity and economic empowerment. We are dedicated to assisting individuals and families gain skills to help themselves.
The Fayetteville Dogwood Festival was founded in 1982 by Bill Hurley, John Malzone, and other city leaders who had a vision to improve the image of Fayetteville and create a uniting force for various events in our community. Hurley, Fayetteville’s mayor, began the Dogwood Festival after proclaiming Fayetteville “The City of Dogwoods.” Over time, the festival developed into one of the top events in the southeast and provides an outlet for both local and national musicians, artists, arts and crafts vendors and serves as an educational resource for children. We are proud to play a part in bringing the Dogwood Festival together.
Fayetteville Urban Ministry is a faith based nonprofit group that helps youth through it's Find-A-Friend program to help our areas youth strive for a brighter tomorrow. FUM also gives back to the community by running The Adult Literacy & Education Center which provides reading, education and job preparation for those in need. Register for their FUM Run 5K scheduled for 2/23/19 here.
The Junior League of Fayetteville, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism,developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The organization has a focus on Child Mental health, Youth Scholarships, and Community Research and Project Development. Each year TWO MEN AND A TRUCK of Fayetteville assists the Junior League by helping them set up for the Annual Holiday Fair. While they did not have one this year, we were still able to help them with all their awesome shopping bags for next year.
The March of Dimes speaks out for laws and legislation that improve care for women and children in North Carolina and across the country. Our team of grassroots volunteers and staff promote the mission agenda by contacting the governor and state legislators in response to North Carolina action alerts. Whether promoting increased health care coverage and prevention measures or supporting research and public policy studies, learn how you can make a difference.
The Partnership for Children (PFC) of Cumberland County is a nonprofit organization with a successful record of improving school readiness and success for children —whether through raising childcare quality, strengthening families, and building strong communities. PFC’s statement of Strategic Direction (SSD) consist of 1) Vision, 2) Mission, 3) Values and 4) Strategic Priority Areas. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is proud to partner with this organization in a number of ways, from helping to set up their signature event The Soire, to assisting with their Kids Stuff tent at the award winning dogwood festival.
Each year TWO MEN AND A TRUCK of Fayetteville, NC partners with the Second Harvest Food Bank to pick up food from the NALC Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive, the largest one-day national food drive in the nation that is hosted by the National Association of Letter Carriers. Carriers collect non-perishable food donations left by mailboxes and in post offices, and we pick them up and deliver them to the food bank. Once there, our team assists in sorting the items and distributing.
On Wednesday Novermber 6th, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK of Fayetteville presented 70 Veterans with care items at the live-in and acute care facility at the Fayetteville VA Hospital. Items included magazines with word games, a blanket, coffee tumbler and other personal care items specific to the needs of those staying in the live-in facility. Two of the moving company's movers, Nucona Chance and Jarvis Williams headed the team which included Operations Manager Robin, Brokos and franchisee Kristie Allen that walked through the center greeting patients and offering the items.
The delivery was coordinated in partnership with Cheeriodicals, an organization who sets up deliveries at local Veterans Administration and Children's hospitals and works with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK International on delivering these items. This year instead of delivering the items for other companies, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK decided to purchase the gifts as well.
"While anytime we to give back to the community is important, doing this for our Veterans has a special meaning as many on our team have served in the military or have spouses or close friends who have served," said Robin Brokos "It was a great way to celebrate Veterans day."
"This was a perfect opportunity to live our mission as the Movers who Care," said Allen " For us it is not just a motto, we mean it and were proud to visit with these heroes."
Although only a few of the company’s team members visited the hospital, most of the employees at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Fayetteville were able to participate in hand packing the gift duffel bags the day before. Part of the effort also included personal hand written notes from the movers to the veterans.
On deliver day, the team not only got to hand out the items, but they also spent time just talking and getting to know the residents. The visit itself was also educational because the team learned about all the available volunteer opportunities to visit on a regular basis as well as the huge impact that the VA hospital has on our area veterans.
When asked what she thought at the end of the deliver, Brokos, looking joyful said “The movers were just happier and lighter after the activity. It really was a fun and meaningful thing to get to show our appreciation.
The company is considering making this an annual event.
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