Giving back to our local communities
We consider it our responsibility to support the communities that support us; this has always been an important part of our business. As we’ve grown both in team members and branches, the impact we’ve had across our service areas has also grown.
Our employees have always been our eyes and ears on the ground, and we enlist them to help us discover great organizations where we can volunteer our time and manpower, and provide monetary donations.
Over the years, we’ve formed ongoing partnerships with organizations like Move for Hunger and we applaud all efforts by our employees to give back to the communities in which they live and work. Learn more about our recent community service efforts by visiting our News & Events page.
Here are just a few ways our team has given back to the community:
Our headquarters is a silver partner with the Rappahannock United Way, as well as a sponsor and volunteer for many local events put on by the following various organizations:
- Fairy Godmother Project
- Habitat for Humanity
- Thurman Brisben Homeless Shelter
- Rappahannock Regional Boys & Girls Club
- Stafford Hospital 5K race
Our Charlotte team cares about our area schools as well as taking care of our community. We volunteer with the following local organizations:
- Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte
- Salvation Army
- Routinely pick up and deliver donated school supplies to area schools
Our Atlanta branch is a huge supporter of Move For Hunger and has participated with them by routinely collecting more than 700 lbs. of food as part of their Thanksgiving food drive.
Our Greenville team has a number of different initiatives and organizations they care about, supporting causes from homelessness to pre-mature babies:
- March of Dimes
- Gold for Greenville
- Loaves and Fishes
- Greenville United Ministry Walk for the Homeless
- Shoebox Ministry, which serves the less fortunate
Orlando employees care about their community and have participated and volunteered with the following organizations that tie into what we do - moving:
- Move For Hunger
- Mustard Seed of Central Florida
Our Richmond branch is a major supporter of mothers and their children and takes time to volunteer with the following organizations:
- March of Dimes
- March for Babies
- Capital Diaper Band
Durham cares about their community and donates materials to Habitat for Humanity’s Restore to make an impact in the area for local citizens needing furniture, home accessories and more to have strong stable homes.
Our Sterling, VA and Forestville, MD offices partner together to provide even more support to local causes in the DC-Maryland-VA area:
- Move for Hunger
- Marine Corp Marathon - We volunteer to take leftover food and water to food banks
- Receive donations at local grocery stores before Thanksgiving as part of Giving Tuesday