Low Budget Movers Partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona

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Low Budget Movers, a Phoenix, AZ-based moving company offering affordable moving services, has recently announced a partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona. Low Budget Movers will be working with the organization to assist with the collection of clothing and textile items, such as purses, linens, towels, pillows, and stuffed animals. Books, household items, and small kitchen appliances will also be accepted.

Customers of Low Budget Movers will be notified of this partnership upon signing contract paperwork. They can then set aside any items they do not use or would otherwise dispose of, allowing for donation, instead. Low Budget Movers will pick up these items and take care of the actual contribution, to make things easy for their customers.

Items accepted include:

  • Clothing
  • Lines
  • Shoes
  • Towels
  • Blankets
  • Draperies
  • Pillows
  • Purses
  • Belts
  • Stuffed Animals
  • Toys
  • Books and Magazines
  • Small Kitchen Items
  • Small Household Items

Low Budget Movers has been in business since 2010 and strives to make positive changes in the local community. Low Budget Movers offers professional movers, extra coverage for antiques and expensive belongings, and a staff that is both professional and experienced. Their partnership is just one more example of the community centered practices that have always made the company unique.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona is an organization with a stated goal of helping children realize their potential and build their futures through one-to-one mentoring. Big Sisters was started in 1955, with Valley Big Brothers being incorporated in 1966. The two merged in 1986 and have been working toward bettering children’s futures ever since.

The organization provides community-based and site-based programs that focus on helping children in need. The partnership is a great opportunity for both the organization and Low Budget movers to continue to show appreciation for the area they operate in.

Brian Myers, the owner of Low Budget Movers, stated, “We see this as a great way to give back to the community that we operate in. Our customers are otherwise throwing these items out, and now we can help them give those things a second home.”

For those looking for ways to cut their tax bills, this may be a great option. All donations can be used as a tax write-off. Low Budget Movers will provide a receipt to make that process simple and quick. If you are interested in donating to the partnership, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona or Low Budget Movers can be contacted for more information.