Movers dedicated to Greenville
Giving back to the local community is very important to the franchise. Not only do they support local schools included Augusta Circle Elementary, Blythe Academy and Sara Collins Elementary, they also support local non-profit organizations including the Junior League of Greenville, The Children's Museum of the Upstate and The South Carolina Children's Theatre.
Movers for Moms®
In 2017 TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Greenville partnered with Break Out Bras, the Simpsonville Chamber, and the High Point Academy in Spartanburg to collect items to be donated to Miracle Hill at Shepard's Gate and Safe Harbor as part of our annual Movers for Moms® program. Each year over 1,200 items are donated to make women in these shelters feel special on Mother's Day.
Delivering the donations at Miracle Hill at Shephard's Gate 2017
Partnerships & Organizations
Junior League of Greenville
The partnership with the Junior League of Greenville goes back 13 years to the month that the franchise opened. Since January 2002, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Greenville provides monthly pick-ups of large items donated to the Junior League of Greenville's Nearly New Shop, an upscale resale shop. The Nearly New Shop does not have the ability to pick up large items such as dressers, sofas, tables, etc. from donors. These monthly pick-ups allow the Nearly New Shop to sell these higher priced items and be able to give back even more to the Greenville community. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Greenville also donates time to move items for various fundraisers and programs of the Junior League.