Two Men and a Truck announced this year’s Movers for Moms drive that aims to help mothers spending their days in shelters.
Image source: Free Press Release
This coming Mother’s Day, many mothers will once again spend the special event away from home, away from their children and families, as a lot of them are staying in shelters. According to a New York State Office for Prevention of Domestic Violence, about 25 percent homeless women are sent to the shelters because of domestic violence.
To help the women joining the 25 percent, Panama City’s Two Men and a Truck is hosting the Movers for Moms gift collection drive. The collection will last until May 13. This project aims to give presents to women staying in the local community shelters.
Sean Wise, Two Men and a Truck Panama City manager said that they are doing this because they believe it is important for their company to give something back to the community.
As he puts it, no business can run without a community. “We’re just trying to give back to the community because these moms need help to get back on their feet. These moms don’t have a home for them or their kids,” he added.
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