WE LOVE OUR COMMUNITY !
If you know of a local charity that would benefit from our services, please feel free to send their information our way. We are always looking for new ways to give back to our community.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Campaigns
Movers for Moms
In addition to serving our customers, we have a very strong desire to give back to the community as much as possible. Each year, we look forward to participating in the annual Movers for Moms® charity campaign to help make a difference in our community. Through this national campaign, every TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® location across the county partners with local businesses and schools to collect essential care items for local moms in need. Last year we partnered with La Petite Academy, Kinder Care, Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center, Wise Pies Pizza, Albuquerque Sol semi-pro soccer team, Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity Restore, and several public libraries in the area to collect items for our campaign. If you would like to get involved with our Movers for Moms® program this year, give us a call, and we’ll let you know the most beneficial way to contribute.
2019 National Senior Games
The 2019 National Senior Games is finally going to be in Albuquerque and we are couldn't be more excited to be involved in this year's event! No, unfortunately the 'sectional sofa carry' is not an official event this year, but you can definitely find us on the sidelines helping set up and tear down the event. Click HERE to learn more about the Senior Games and our involvement!
ALBUQUERQUE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCE CENTER
The Domestic Violence Resource Center of Albuquerque is here to serve the community by providing crisis intervention, education, and a safe place for all victims of domestic violence. DVRC offers numerous ways to volunteer and get involved such as a helpline coordinator, general office worker, or a child care worker. If you would like more information on DVRC and the numerous ways they assist our community, visit their website at DVRCnm.org.
ALBUQUERQUE HEADING HOME
Albuquerque Heading Home is a groundbreaking three step program that aims to end homelessness for 75 individuals battling with addiction, health issues, and other issues that keep them on the streets. This is a multi-step plan that incorporates hundreds of volunteers, the business community, non-profit organizations, hospitals, and the faith community. The goal of this initiative is to rehabilitate these 75 individuals by providing housing, medical attention, along with encouragement and support. To learn more about this fascinating project and learn how to get involved visit ABQheadinghome.org.
The Barrett Foundation is an incredible local partner that houses homeless women and children and assists them in getting back on their feet. This year we are partnering with them for our annual Movers For Moms® collections drive. We will be collecting an assortment of gift for the mothers living at the Barrett Foundation and delivering them on Mothers day. Regardless of the situation, every Mother deserves to feel loved on Mothers Day!
Joy Junction is a ministry focused on assisting in-need and homeless individuals to get back on their feet. In an effort to help these individuals return to society, Joy Junction will provide food, transportation, clothing, and counseling. Joy Junction relies on the kindness and generosity of local business and corporations to help continue their community outreach. If you would like to donate or volunteer with Joy Junction, visit their web page at www.joyjunction.org.
LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
LLS is an organization focused on curing leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma through education, awareness, and fundraising. LLS offers education on highly specialized blood cancer education, as well as assistance with the difficult task of navigating a cancer diagnosis and treatment plan. LLS is the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. You can find more information about the countless ways LLS impacts the lives of blood cancer victims by visiting LLS.org.
ROADRUNNER FOOD BANK
RFB was established in 1980 by a reverend who was distributing food to the hungry from the trunk of his car. Over the course of its 35 year history, RFB has grown to an enormous size, and is now delivering over 30 million pounds of food to the hungry every year! To learn how you can donate visit RRFB.org.
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES
RMHC is a nationwide charity that specializes in providing temporary affordable housing. Since 1982, RMHC has provided housing to over 45,000 families with children that have recently been hospitalized or are going through treatment for an illness or injury. To learn more about the many different ways you can donate or volunteer to this amazing charity, visit the site at www.RMHC-NM.com.
Albuquerque Rescue Mission is now Steelbridge Ministries! Steelbridge Ministries was founded in 1954 by a pastor that moved from Chicago to the Albuquerque area specifically to start a mission in the Albuquerque area. Then known as Albuquerque Gospel Mission, the Rescue Mission has been providing ministry, food, and shelter to those in need for over 60 years now.
Twinkle Light Parade
The Twinkle Light Parade is of our favorite events of the year! Every year on the first weekend in December the streets of Knob Hill light up with holiday spirit. Hundreds of lit up floats, vehicles, and trucks from organizations and businesses all across Albuquerque get together and put on one of the best nighttime parades in the country! It is truly a spectacle to behold. We cannot wait until next year!