GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
Camelback Moving is committed to making a difference in our community. Though established partnerships we are able to provide in-kind services of moving and storage as well as facilitate the donation of household goods from our customers to organizations in need. If you have unwanted clothes, dishes, furniture or appliances please consider contacting us as we can often pick up and deliver these goods at no cost.
If your charity has a need that may fit with our services feel free to contact us to discuss future partnerships and how we may be of service.
We could hardly contain our excitement to deliver all the toys and donations from the Toy Drive out to the Hopi Reservation and Village of Tewa on Saturday. In new toys alone, every child from 0 to 17 years of age received 3 gifts each, totaling 645 gifts. This does not count all the gift cards that were given to teens, and the numerous gently used toys and clothing that are still being processed to be given to the families. This is in addition to the new heaters and blankets that are being given to families…not only did we warm their hearts we warmed their houses. We want to say thank you to all those who donated!
We’re back at it again this year, check out how to get involved here!
The Johnjay and Rich #LoveUp Foundation spreads love and kindness in our community while supporting our foster care system. #LoveUp programs include events for children in foster care, the Children’s Heart Gallery, #LoveUp Moments and Christmas Wish. We were so honored to have been able to support this event and we had a blast!
St. Mary’s Food Bank & Move For Hunger
Camelback Moving was pleased to have been able to make donations to St. Mary’s Food Bank and Move For Hunger as a part of the food drive organized by AZMA with Move For Hunger. We’re thrilled to know the donation Camelback Moving made will cover 35,000 meals for those in need! We love supporting causes that greatly impact our area…and this money will be put to good use to help feed those suffering from food scarcity.
The White Dove Thrift Shoppes
The White Dove Thrift Shoppes support Hospice of the Valley’s mission—bringing comfort and dignity as life nears its end. Sale proceeds fund many specialized and innovative patient-care programs and help lower the cost of charity care.
“Hospice of the Valley was so great with my father Jimmy a few years back, that we jumped at the opportunity to partner with them. Through the pandemic, proceeds were raised by moving, warehousing and liquidating donation furniture we received from our wonderful customers. Feeling blessed to give back to this great organization and help complete the karmic circle that goes round and round.” – Chad Olsen, President Camelback Moving
Pre/post pandemic – the partnership we have established is a great fit as they are able to accept large amounts of donation furniture and household goods. These are either donations directly from Camelback Moving, our vendors or our customers that wish to give to this wonderful cause. The goods are sold at the many White Dove Thrift Shoppes across the valley with the proceeds going to fund the organization.
“So grateful to Camelback Moving! President Chad Olsen presented Hospice of the Valley with a BIG check to support our charity care programs. His awesome company auctioned off items that could not be accepted by our The White Dove Thrift Shoppes during the pandemic, and generously donated the proceeds! #rockstarcompany #communitycaring”
– Lin Sue Cooney, Director of Community Engagement at Hospice of the Valley
The Boxed Up Project
We helped deliver boxes from the Boxed Up Project to the children and teens of the Navajo Nation — it was such a pleasure to help this honorable organization. We are excited to see the Boxed Up Project getting national recognition via the Nightly News with Lester Holt: Kids Edition! Check it out: https://bit.ly/3Ct7EuY You may even see a few Camelback employees you know on the screen!