Able Moving Gives Back to the Community
Supporting local communities as well as areas affected by national emergencies has always been in Able’s genetic structure. Now more than ever, with all of the challenges and uncertainties that the COVID-19 pandemic is causing, it’s important to provide consistent support. Among the most important of these challenges is ensuring the well-being of those in need. Able Moving & Storage has partnered with several local organizations within the Northern Virginia and Greater Washington D.C. area to ensure that those in need are being fed and taken care of during this crisis.
As seasoned local house movers that have spent over thirty years working for families and businesses throughout Prince William County, our business is deeply rooted within the community. Our desire is to give back to the community through our services as well as through our actions. That’s why, since this crisis began, we’ve worked to support those most vulnerable to its effects.
How Our Company of Local House Movers Serves The Community
One of the ways we’ve been helping our community is by working with local charity and community resource organizations. Currently, we are working with Second Story, Great American Restaurants, and World Central Kitchen to transport hundreds of meals to families throughout the area.
Meals from Great American Restaurants and World Central Kitchen are packed up by our volunteer movers into our trucks. Then, they are delivered to various shelters as well as community and resource centers, such as the Culmore Family Resource Center, Springfield Family Resource Center, and the Annandale Safe Youth Project.
About Our Partners
Great American Restaurants is an organization of partnered restaurants across the Northern Virginia area that, along with working together toward ensuring high-quality food service, also take part in providing food to the less fortunate through their community kitchen. The Great American Community Kitchen helps distribute meals to first responders, front-line workers, and families or individuals that are food insecure within the community. Part of their program is to match each meal purchased with two meals donated. This generosity of spirit and dollars is why we chose them as one of our partners in this fight against hunger.
World Central Kitchen is a non-profit NGO that has worked to provide food to poor and starving populations around the world and is currently organizing efforts throughout the U.S. to ensure that families and communities sustain their health and wellness by providing them with meals. From their center near Nationals Park, we have packed, transported, and delivered hundreds of meals from them to various local community centers and charities throughout the area. By supporting their efforts, we hope to act as a foundation for the community and ensure that everyone receives the food and nutrition they need during these difficult times.
Second Story is a youth resource organization, providing shelter, guidance, food, and many other vital services for homeless and struggling young people or families. For Great American Restaurants, World Central Kitchen, and Able Moving, they are an essential aspect of our distribution, opening their numerous centers for us to deliver meals and resources to. With them, we have established a network for providing hundreds of struggling people meals that they and their families need.
Able Moving & Storage: Expert Local House Movers in Prince William County, VA
At Able Moving & Storage, we partner with these organizations to ensure families and individuals are able to sustain themselves during this time. Our team is proud to serve this area, as both quality local house movers and volunteer workers with our partner organizations.
Throughout Prince William County, VA, Able Moving & Storage has offered the best services for both residential and commercial clients with our safe and secure moving process. The care for detail we have in our work is matched only by the efforts we put into providing the best service for our clients and our community.
Let us help you with your move! Contact us at (703) 330-3772 for more information about our local house movers.