Serving the community

Donate food that won't move with you!

Don't feel like packing all of those non-perishable food items in your pantry? Would you like to help our local community? Let us help you with that! We partner with Move for Hunger and the West Chester Salvation Army to provide meals to local families in need. Set aside any non-perishable food items, we'll box them up for you and deliver them to the Salvation Army. During our most recent Move For Hunger drive, we helped move over 400lbs of non-perishable food items to help families in need! 


Movers for Moms®

Every year for Mother's Day we collect essential items to donate to a local women's shelter for our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® national Movers for Moms® program. It's one of our favorite campaigns that we do. Teaming up with local businesses in our community we will be donating items to Laurel House this spring. Through our partnerships with local businesses and community members, we were able to donate over 465 items to women impacted by domestic violence and abuse in the Greater Philadelphia area.

Local Partners


Since the company was founded, it has been a priority TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® to give back to the community. Founder Mary Ellen Sheets donated her profits to 10 different charities in her first year of business, and with $3 million worth of moving services and thousands of services hours donated later, it remained a priority at all of our franchise locations.

This summer, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK of Greater Philadelphia was proud to partner with Cheeriodicals, where hundreds of boxes tailored to boys and girls were assembled by TWO MEN AND A TRUCK of Greater Philadelphia employees and delivered to St. Christopher's Hospital for Children.

It is because of this relationship that 50,000 boxes were able to be delivered to children’s hospitals all across the United States and Canada, and we were honored to give back to the Greater Philadelphia area and show why we are the “Movers Who Care®”!


During the Holiday season, we are excited to to pair up with Unionville Bike Drive. They collect old and damaged bikes during the year so that they can be repaired, cleaned up, and ready to donate! This season, we were able to help transport 138 donated bikes for children and adult for toys and reliable transportation. We are very grateful to be apart of an amazing opportunity to help give back to our community.