Hand in Hand: Mark’s Moving Donates Services to Annual Mother’s Day Basket Program

May 11 2017

Mark’s Moving & Storage recently helped the Brookline Community Mental Health Center move more than 200 Mother’s Day gift baskets that will be distributed to women throughout the Boston area.

Volunteers for the Brookline Center assemble the baskets each year as part of its Hand in Hand program and give them to those in need. Mark’s Moving donates labor and transportation to help the center move the baskets from the Brookline Teen Center where they are assembled to a storage area where they await distribution.

“We’re so happy to help with this incredible effort each year,” said Mark Silverman, president and CEO of Mark’s Moving. “The Brookline Center does a fantastic job coordinating this program and helping women in our communities.”

More than 100 volunteers helped prepare the baskets on April 27, stuffing them with gifts such as lotions, soaps, gift cards and candles.

“All of us experience times in our lives when we could use some extra support,” according to the Brookline Center. The Hand in Hand program helps “spread some love and remind women in need that they are surrounded by a community the cares.”

About the Brookline Center for Community Health: The center provides outstanding, affordable mental health care and social services that help women and girls lead healthier, safer, and full lives. Visit www.brooklinecenter.org to learn more about the programs and services it provides.

About Mark’s Moving & Storage: Mark’s Moving & Storage has been helping people move since 1979. The company operates more than 150,000 square feet of storage space and more than 25 trucks and trailers. With the simple philosophy that customers must be made 100 percent satisfied, Mark’s Moving & Storage provides a wide range of services including local and long-distance moving, long and short-term storage and commercial relocation. Learn more at www.marksmoving.com.

Above photo by Lisa Abitbol and showing volunteers for the Brookline Center for Community Health.

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