Giving Back

We strongly believe that, in order to be a successful company, we must do our part to make a difference in the community. Our commitment to our community stems from our company culture, which strongly focuses on integrity, responsibility and accountability.

How We Help

We donate one dollar for every scheduled move. In 2013, we donated $16,244 to both local and national non-profit organizations that directly benefited the Tampa Bay area. In 2014, we created a new giving program that allows a different employee to choose a cause or non-profit to receive our donation each month. Each employee is encouraged to select a cause that is meaningful to them.

  • 2016 Nonprofit Contributions

    JanuaryThe Gathering Church (Human Trafficking)
    FebruaryJDFR (Type 1 Diabetes)
    MarchAlzheimer's Association
    AprilEast Bay Youth Athletics
    MayTampa Bay Beagle Rescue, Inc
    JuneSt. Francis Society Animal Rescue
    JulyHeidi's Legacy Dog Rescue
    AugustFeeding Tampa Bay
    SeptemberSt. Francis Society Animal Rescue
    OctoberPaw Print Hearts
    NovemberHigh Risk Hope, Inc
  • 2015 Nonprofit Contributions

    JanuaryBig Cat Rescue
    FebruaryRebel's Rescue, Inc
    MarchSt. Francis Society Animal Rescue
    AprilRonald McDonald House Charities of Tampa Bay
    MayEpilepsy Services Foundation
    JuneRebel's Rescue, Inc
    AugustSt. Francis Society Animal Rescue
    SeptemberEpilepsy Services Foundation
    OctoberHeidi's Legacy Dog Rescue
    NovemberChildren's Cancer Center
    DecemberClearwater Aquarium
  • 2014 Nonprofit Contributions

    JanuaryEquestrian Inc
    FebruaryShriners Childrens Hospital Tampa
    MarchDeanna Mousaw (Fundraiser for Tampa area resident)
    AprilSt. Francis Society Animal Rescue
    MayAll Children's Hospital (St Petersburg, FL)
    JuneEpilepsy Services Foundation
    JulyHumane Society of Tampa Bay
    AugustRebels Rescue
    SeptemberEpilepsy Services Foundation
    OctoberDogma Pet Rescue, Inc
    NovemberAll Children's Hospital (St Petersburg, FL)
    DecemberEpilepsy Services Foundation