Movers For Moms® | Columbus, OH | 614 Mom

I remember hearing about Movers For Moms® a few years ago, at a local Touch-a-Truck event and I honestly thought it was a really cool slogan. I had no idea that Movers For Moms is a national campaign to help women all over the country.  Last year I had the chance to learn a little more about the program and what they do, and I’m excited to share the program with you and all the fun details on an event they are hosting Saturday, May 5 in Westerville. With all franchise locations participating and over 1 million items delivered in the programs 10 year history, the program has become a staple event for Two Men And A Truck®.  

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Two Men And A Truck®, Columbus is accepting donation items for the YWCA Family Center as part of the national charity program, Movers For Moms®.  Movers For Moms® is a national campaign supporting moms all over the country by delivering items to local women’s and family shelters before or on Mother’s Day.

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This year the Columbus franchise is accepting donations for the YWCA Family Center.  The YWCA Family Center provides emergency food and shelter for homeless families and provides resources to find permanent housing.

Needed Items: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Laundry Detergent, Deodorant, Shampoo, Conditioner, Feminine Hygiene Products, infant care items, grocery gift cards and more.

How To Donate: Two Men And A Truck® is hosting a family picnic this Saturday, May 5 from 9am-1pm at their location 5083 Westerville Road. Bring your donations and enjoy hot dogs, brats, soda, chips and enter to win a VISA gift card.

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“Every year we collect more than 2,000 items for local women’s shelters and would love to increase that this year,” said Steve Barton, general manager for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, Columbus. “We are honored to be able to give back to moms in our community.”

I hope you’ll join me and my family on Saturday May 5, as we drop off our donations in Westerville.  

Eryn GilsonComment