Movers Dedicated to Our Community
We have assisted with more than 2,500 plus moves a year. From professional moving crews to knowledgeable customer service representatives, our staff is here to help your move become less hectic and more peaceful. Our franchise has been servicing the Greater Houston area ranging from The Heights, as far as Hockley to Tomball and Northwest Spring for more than twenty years. Under the helm of the franchise owner, Roger Daniel, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® NW Houston has been exceeding our customer's expectations with constant care and professionalism. With twelve trucks in our fleet, we are moving people forward in our community and nationwide.
As an A+ rated and accredited member in good standing of the Houston Better Business Bureau, we have been honored to receive the Winners of Distinction award the last five years. Some of our community support includes memberships in the Cy-Fair Chamber of Commerce, Houston Apartment Association, The Greater Houston Movers Association, and the Southwest Movers Association. We also hold the ProMover status with the American Moving Storage Association.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® of Houston is ready to schedule your next move! Our expertly trained staff can help ensure why we are known as the “Movers Who Care®”.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Campaigns
Movers for Moms®
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Houston Northwest supports our Movers for Moms® program an annual spring donation drive in which we partner with local businesses, schools and other organizations to collect items for women in need through The Mission of Yahweh. We collect donations and deliver donated items on Mother's Day to local Women's shelters. If you are interested in participating, please contact us!
Albion Hurricane Soccer Club Promotes the "Community Outreach Program" which is designed to introduce and facilitate the sport of soccer to children living in the city of Houston. The program targets children living in urban areas who need an activity outside of school, in their own environment. The Community Outreach philosophy allows for all children to benefit from an exposure to the sport, regardless of the level of parental involvement or ability to pay.
Carrie’s Heart, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in Houston, Texas is dedicated to improving the education, community involvement and overall quality of life of children with disabilities worldwide. The central belief driving our mission is the recognition that all children, despite their disability or economic status, deserve to have basic needs met such as food, clothing and medical care, as well as the opportunity to enrich their souls and minds, allowing them to achieve their greatest potential.
DEPELCHIN CHILDREN'S CENTER
DePelchin Children’s Center is the leading center in Texas for children’s well-being, with a focus on mental health, foster care and adoption services. For more than 120 years, DePelchin has been turning lives around with comprehensive care for children, including psychiatric services, counseling, programs for at-risk youths, parent education, residential treatment, foster care and adoption.
Kids' Care is a local organization that was created by two young sisters trying to make a difference in their community. Alongside Kids' Care, Two Men and a Truck Houston NW helped deliver the donations to The House of Yahweh and The Madge Bush Transitional Living Center.
Meeting a world of need.
Project C.U.R.E.’s Cargo program delivers semi-trailer-sized cargo containers carrying medical donations to under-resourced hospitals, clinics and community health centers in developing countries. We manage a complex inspection, inventory and logistics process that annually places millions of dollars worth of medical supplies and modern equipment directly into the hands of doctors and nurses so they can provide quality care to their patients, many of whom are women and young children.
Project C.U.R.E. collaborates with community partners in each country to develop a high-level understanding of the scope of need. Our thorough, on-site assessment process ensures that every container delivered will meet the specific needs of the recipient hospital or clinic, equipping the medical staff with life-saving tools to improve diagnosis, treatment and care. Each 40' container delivers $400,000 worth of medical supplies and equipment on average, increasing access to healthcare for the most vulnerable populations in the world.