Mark’s Moving & Storage Provides Services, Location to Benefit United Way ‘Warehouse Yard Sale’

June 12 2017

Mark’s Moving & Storage recently donated services and provided a location for the United Way of Tri-County‘s “warehouse yard sale,” a fundraising event held to benefit the charity. Mark’s Northeastern Furniture Foundation donated all the furniture and household goods sold at the event.

“We’re a long-time supporter of the United Way and the great work it does in the Metrowest community,” said Mark Silverman, president and CEO of Mark’s Moving and founder of the furniture foundation. “Through our company and the foundation, we were able to provide an excellent opportunity to help.”

Mark’s Moving has a long-standing relationship with the United Way of Tri-County, contributing to many of its events, helping increase furniture donations to its locations and supporting the charity’s local food pantry.

The United Way event occurred June 3-4 at 111 Milk Street in Westborough, the corporate headquarters of Mark’s Moving. Hundreds of pieces of donated furniture and household items were on display with much of it being sold by the end of the event.

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

About Mark’s Northeastern Furniture Foundation: Mark’s Northeastern Furniture Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with two main objectives: Re-purpose and donate discarded furniture to New England individuals, families, charities and businesses; and save thousands of pounds of trash from local landfills each year. The foundation has donated more than 300,000 pounds of furniture to those in need and is a recipient of the Newton-Needham Chamber of Commerce 2016 Green Initiative Award. Learn more at

About the United Way of Tri-County: United Way of Tri-County is an independently-governed 501(c)3 nonprofit organization connected to a network of more than 1,300 local United Ways through United Way Worldwide. Its strategic approach to community problem solving concentrates on collaboration and results. The United Way advances the common good as MetroWest’s largest community-based investor in health, education, financial stability and basic human needs. Learn more at