Two Men and a Truck’s ‘Movers for Moms’ aims to provide essential items to local mothers in shelters

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Two Men and a Truck® is once again the driving force behind Movers for Moms®. The 2019 campaign officially begins March 18th and will run until Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 12. During that time, essential care items will be collected for mothers living in domestic abuse or homeless shelters. In the Huntsville area, more than 60 partners are participating in the effort, including businesses, organizations, schools and churches. The donations will be distributed by Two Men and a Truck® Huntsville to women living at Owen’s House, the women and children’s facility at the Downtown Rescue Mission. Wishlist items include:
  • Unisex toiletries, such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, disposable razors, 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioner, body wash and bars of soap
  • Underwear for women and children
  • Unisex socks for women and children
  • Diapers (particularly sizes 3 month – 6 months)
In an effort to support the program and raise awareness for the need for donations, the Regions Center in downtown Huntsville went purple Monday in honor of the first week of the campaign. Every Regions bank in the Tennessee Valley will also have a collection box ready to take donations until Sunday, May 12.
For more information, contact Stephanie Mills at 256-694-6325 or by email at