Focused on the community of Dayton
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Campaigns
Movers for Moms®
Each spring, prior to Mother’s Day, we join other TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® locations to collect essential personal needs items for women and children as a part of our Movers for Moms®. We deliver the goods to various women's shelters throughout the area. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is truly focused on giving back to the community. We plan to continue to grow this program each year and cannot wait for 2019.
Truckload of Warmth
This past November, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Dayton launched our Truckload of Warmth campaign. With the help of our great donation locations, winter clothing items were collected for families at St. Vincent de Paul Society Dayton. We believe every child should stay warm during the cold winter months, and we are trying our best to make that happen. We look forward to doing the same in 2019.
DAYTON VETERAN AFFAIRS
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Dayton North team has aligned themselves with the Dayton Veteran Affairs as an employer of Veterans through the help and rehabilitation program. Our goal as an employer in the Dayton area is to help with the employment of veterans in the surrounding areas when coming home after their time in service is done!
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DAYTON
The Junior League of Dayton has a proud and rich history of not only supporting our community, but also serving as a catalyst for improving the quality of life for many Miami Valley residents either through the volunteer and educational opportunities that they provide to their members, or through the many community programs that their organization supports. This support is provided either through the members' volunteer hours, or through the League's monetary contributions to other nonprofit groups.
THE LINDA VISTA INC.
The Linda Vista Inc. is a community-based nonprofit organization located in the city of Dayton. Linda Vista provides housing to single women and mothers who are homeless. The vision for The Linda Vista Inc. began with two women, Carmen Gooden and Shari Rogers, who were motivated by their desire to help women and their children improve the condition of their lives.