Two Men and A Truck Helps Moms of Domestic Abuse and Homelessness
This Mother's Day, they're recognizing the moms who have been through the worst -- domestic violence and homelessness.
Two Men and A Truck moving company branches are collecting household items for women living at community shelters. The annual event Mover's for Mom's is also happening here in Gainesville. Today employees collected food, toiletries, and toys for mom's staying at the Peaceful Paths shelter.
The company partnered with several organizations including Tower Road Kindercare and provided the donation boxes to collect the items.
"Since we were started by a single mom with help from her mother and her two sons, we understand some of the struggles that women experience. But we also understand the potential that they have when given the support that they need to flourish," George Baldacchino (Marketing and Social Media Director) said.
Two Men and A Truck employees will collect donations until tomorrow afternoon at their business on Northwest 53rd Avenue.
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