Positive news during a time of uncertainty

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK uses its resources in the community to help those in need.

Through times of uncertainty, it’s important to use the resources you have available to make a difference for those around you and in the community. This idea of giving back is something that was echoed by TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Founder Mary Ellen Sheets since day one.

As we’ve been navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic and learning how to continue operating as an essential business in the safest and most effective ways possible, we’ve seen a number of our franchisees using their resources to help with community outreach.

From movers delivering emergency medical equipment to our moving teams donating face masks to medical centers or pallets of food to kids, our franchises are showing just what it means to be the “Movers Who Care®”. 

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK volunteers to deliver face shields to Detroit hospital

Moving company TWO MEN AND A TRUCK donates face masks to Frisco, McKinney hospitals

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK in Columbus responds to COVID-19 emergency call

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK picks ups and delivers food for Foods4Kids Backpack Program

Wichita moving company implementing polices to keep employees, customers safe