Local moving company donating 101 moves to support vulnerable Canadians this holiday season

Moving company does good

A national moving company is looking to give back to the community in a big way by donating 101 moves to support vulnerable Canadians.

Two Small Men is teaming up with community organizations in the markets they operate in, to offer moving services for those that need them the most. These range from everything between moving mass amounts of food to local food banks, to supporting shelters by moving individuals into new homes, to moving toys for underprivileged children, and many more.

Last year, they supported Kelowna's Mamas for Mamas by helping move a mom in crisis, along with helping the organization expand into their new location.

“At Mamas for Mamas, we work hard to ensure that families in our community are taken care of, and we could not do this without the support of amazing partners like Two Small Men,” said Stephanie Horman, National Partnership & Social Media Coordinator, Mamas for Mamas.

“When we had a mom in crisis show up at our office because her moving crew dropped out last minute, Two Small Men was our first call. Not only did they help her move to a new city with a fresh start, but they did so while treating her with the kindness and respect our clients deserve.”

This year they are looking for more community organizations to partner with to help get to their goal of 101 moves being donated back to the community, and are encouraging community organizations that are in need of moving services to apply for support online.

“Moving people’s possessions is our business, but the heart of what we do is really all about supporting the people who make up our communities,” says Addison Parfeniuk, CEO, Two Small Men Big Hearts Moving.

“We know that the winter season can be an especially challenging time for many people, and it is our hope that by partnering with local organizations such as Mamas for Mamas, we will be able to fill the real needs of real people in the Kelowna community.”

Charitable and non-profit organizations are encouraged to submit their moving needs for consideration in this year’s Season of Giving campaign.

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