Movers For Meals

Mesa moving company collects food donations for A New Leaf charity

Posted 11/23/22

Two Men and A Truck Mesa recently partnered with A New Leaf to collect and deliver food donations for its Movers For Meals campaign.

A New Leaf, a local non-profit organization, is dedicated to …

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Movers For Meals

Mesa moving company collects food donations for A New Leaf charity

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Two Men and A Truck Mesa recently partnered with A New Leaf to collect and deliver food donations for its Movers For Meals campaign.

A New Leaf, a local non-profit organization, is dedicated to helping families, children and adults in the community facing challenges of all kinds. Whether it be the loss of a job, a medical crisis, domestic violence, homelessness or another heartbreaking crisis, A New Leaf helps households recover and thrive, according to a release.

For information on A New Leaf, which has facilities in Mesa and Apache Junction, go to turnanewleaf.org.

Members of the public were encouraged to donate nonperishable food items at several locations.

“We want to thank all the businesses that helped make this happen. Gateway Executive Suites, Kloeckner Metals, Aloha Nutrition, Made Nutrition, Victory Martial Arts, Phoenix Fencing Academy and Fit Body Boot Camp. None of this would have been possible without all of their help in collecting donations. It takes a village especially during the holidays to help those in need. We are extremely blessed to have the village we have,” Alexandria Sturm, business support specialist for Two Men and A Truck Mesa, said in the release.

Headquartered in Michigan, Two Men and A Truck is a franchised moving company with more than 405 locations and 3,000 trucks operating in 47 U.S. states in addition to Canada, Ireland and the UK.

For information on Two Men and A Truck, go to twomenandatruck.com.

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