Ten cents can add up over the course of a year, and Two Men and a Truck moving company proved just that.
In 2016, the moving company’s franchises across the country donated 10 cents of every move to the American Cancer Society. The total was their largest to date, reaching $52,229.
Over the past 27 years, Two Men and a Truck has donated more than $570,000 to the ACS with this campaign, and are happy to be able to provide back to the community.
“We are really blessed to have 370 locations world-wide, and for the many franchises that participated in this,” said Two Men and a Truck CEO Jeff Wesley. “We are fortunate to be able to give to the American Cancer Society, and give back to our community and other charities.”
Two Men and a Truck presented the American Cancer Society with a check at their headquarters in Lansing.
“It is an honor and we appreciate working with them, and other community organizations,” said ACS Community Manager Katie Jones. “This will help us celebrate more lives, save more lives and continue to fight cancer.”
The initiative to give 10 cents of every move to the American Cancer Society stems from Two Men and a Truck’s Founder, Mary Ellen Sheets’ generosity. She donated her first $1,000 profit to 10 different local charities.
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