Giving Back to the Community
One of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®'s core values is to give back to the community and your Newmarket & Aurora professional movers take this matter seriously. We are proud to support the following charities and organizations.
THE MIKEY NETWORK
Your TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Newmarket Aurora movers proudly support The Mikey Network . This charity promotes heart healthy living and lifestyles and is committed to placing Automated External Difribillators (AED's) throughout Canadian communities. The Mikey Network would like to see life saving defibrillators everywhere you find fire extinguishers.
MIKEY ON BOARD PROGRAM
We have outfitted each of our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Newmarket-Aurora moving trucks with Mikey AED's and we have trained our movers and drivers to be ready to assist should a sudden cardiac failure occur.
Salvation Army is a Christian Protestant church and international charitable organization supporting vulnerable people in our community. Every year we lovingly support the Salvation Army toy drive with the donation of our moving services.
INN FROM THE COLD
Every January we sponsor a night with Inn From The Cold. Inn From The Cold provides individuals from our community with a safe and warm place to sleep along with hot meals.
GEORGINA FOOD PANTRY
Georgina Food Pantry located in Sutton provides individuals and families from our community with much need food assistance. We are pleased to assist with the pick-up and delivery of larger food donations
CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY
We are annual sponsors for St. Andrews Valley Ladies Pink Ribbon golf tournament to benefit cancer research.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Newmarket-Aurora proudly sponsors the Keller Williams annual charity golf tournament. Last year proceeds were donated to he KWRC Scholarship Fund and Bursary
Light it up Blue
Each April 2nd, Autism Speaks and Autism Speaks Canada celebrate the start of its signature campaign, Light It Up Blue, along with the international autism community in recognition of UN-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day and April, World Autism Month.
Thousands of iconic landmarks and buildings join the hundreds of thousands of homes and communities around the world to “light blue” in support of people living with autism. Autism-friendly events and educational activities take place all month to increase understanding and acceptance and further support people with autism.