The S.H.A.R.E. House received a wonderful surprise this week from Two Men and a Truck Douglas County. A truck containing donations from the community wheeled up to the administrative offices with items for the women and children currently housed in the shelter.
Two Men and a Truck Douglas County hosted their first Movers for Moms®, Two Men and a Truck’s nationwide awareness campaign for women of domestic violence. Each year, franchises across the country partner with their communities to support these women in need by collecting essential items used in shelters. Two Men and a Truck Douglas County collected over 1000 items for S.H.A.R.E. House in Douglasville
Two Men and a Truck Douglas County Marketer, Kaitlyn Lindly stated, “We are so excited to join in this great cause. Being a female founded business, our company as a whole is passionate about an awareness issue such as this. We are happy to give back any way we can.”
Local businesses and organizations hosted drop boxes for a month and encouraged the community to donate items. Community partners included; Douglas County Chamber, Reflections Learning Academy Two Men and a Truck Douglas County (#1,#2,#3), Kids R Kids, Paulding County Chamber, Mt. Carmel Elementary, West Georgia Children’s Academy( #1,#2) and Bank of North Georgia (Dallas ).
“S.H.A.R.E House is honored to be the recipient of this generous donation from Two Men and a Truck Douglas County. These items will assist in providing crisis intervention and a continuum of care for victims of domestic violence. We are so appreciative of the support,” commented Janet Kelley, Chair of S.H.A.R.E. House Board of Directors.
About S.H.A.R.E. House:
S.H.A.R.E. (Someone Helping Another through Resources and Education) House is a non-profit organization providing crisis intervention and the continuum of care to address the causes and effects of family violence. Services provided by S.H.A.R.E. House include 24 Hour Crisis Line, 24 Hour Emergency Shelter, transitional apartments, legal advocacy, case management, children’s program, domestic violence counseling, support groups, emergency food and clothing, community education and more.