Shleppers gives back. Caring for the community is part of who we are, as a company and as New Yorkers. Our city has some of the greatest attractions in the world, but we’ve also had some of the greatest disasters. Throughout it all, New Yorkers have come together to face the challenge head on. Shleppers will always be there, proudly doing our part. Here’s what we’ve been up to lately:
Join Shleppers in supporting the South Nyack 10 Miler for its second virtual year! Shleppers is delighted to sponsor the 2021 race by providing a 10% discount to Rockland Road Runner team members on their qualifying move.*
Participants can run a 10-mile distance as many times as they like between August 1st and September 13th, and then register their best time to compete against other participating runners. Teams are formed around their unified support of Rockland-area charities, with The Rockland Road Runners Scholarship Program, The Arc of Rockland, and the Hi-Tor Animal Shelter among them.
Hundreds of dollars have already been raised in the sprint to the finish line. During this year’s virtual 10-miler, all runners – and charities – will come out on top as they chase their financial objective!
*Minimums and blackout dates may be applicable. When you call for a quote use code ShipRRR to validate the offer. And thank Eyal Golan for being a sponsor!
Brought to life by Scott Harris – an Upper West Side resident and established Residential Real Estate Associate Broker— and his firm Brown Harris Stevens, the Spring Clean Challenge is what happens when realtors, movers, and overall do-gooders join forces to support our great City… Join us in supporting this mission by donating your used or unwanted items to the Spring Clean Challenge!
Add one more reason to your list of things that make you proud to be a New Yorker. Join Shleppers moving company in New York City in supporting The Quarantine Spring Clean Challenge this Spring! #springcleanchallenge
Shleppers Moving & Storage has partnered up with The Kanbar Kopel Team to organize a clothing drive to benefit The Bottomless Closet. The Bottomless Closet is all about empowering women and preparing them for job interviews by providing resume help, workshops, and the appropriate attire. This organization has been running for over 20 years and continues to help enable New York City women in need to enter the workforce and become successful. Even though this global pandemic continues to evolve and impact many of our lives in many ways, the Bottomless Closet keeps providing crucial services to the women in need.
Operation Santa is a very special program coordinated by Community Mayors, Inc to bring holiday joy to children with disabilities. Shleppers has proudly provided trucks, volunteers and logistical support to Operation Santa for 11 years in a row.
This year was particularly wonderful: over 4,000 kids were on site at JFK airport, bursting with excitement as Santa arrived on a Delta jet. The kids were smiling and full of joy as they received a gift from Santa – truly one of the best sights of the season.
We were very happy to shlep the presents for Santa so the reindeer can be well rested for Christmas Eve – and look forward to doing this again next year!
Kids Kloset provides diapers, underwear, socks and other clothing items for children in need. They needed a truck and driver to collect donated items throughout the city in time for their annual event, the WJCS Kids Kloset Fashion Show. Shleppers was happy to do so!
For the second year in a row, Shleppers proudly participated in the Cheryl Diamond NYC 5K Schlep. This race is a fundraiser for breast and ovarian cancer research. Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women nationwide, and 1 in 7 women in the Jewish community. We helped by providing help with logistical setup, breakdown and route coordination.
Leana Peltier, a science teacher at Sleepy Hollow School, coordinated a team of teachers and students who collected school supplies for Clear Creek High School in Houston, TX, which had been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. The Sleepy Hollow students, many of whom had been impacted in some way by Superstorm Sandy, wrote letters of encouragement and support for their Texan counterparts. Shleppers donated the boxes and shipping supplies used to send the donations to Clear Creek.
Business has never been just about making money. Business is about doing the right thing.
Shleppers provided manpower, trucks and storage space during the initial rescue efforts and subsequent months that followed the tragic disaster of September 11th. This event strengthened and redoubled our commitment to the true partnership that exists between Shleppers and the City of New York.