M3 Junk Removal, a division of North Phoenix-based M3 Commercial Moving & Logistics and Muscular Moving Men & Storage, is proud to announce it has partnered with three local charities to donate gently used furniture items from its junk removal pickups. UMOM, New Life Center and St. Vincent de Paul will receive donations from M3 Junk Removal, giving gently used items a second life and preventing them from hitting the landfill.
“You would be surprised at the quality of items people are wanting to part with,” said Ethan Delahunty, director of M3 Junk Removal. “While there might be a scuff or scratch here or there, these items are still in great condition and can easily be used by someone else. We are excited that our charity partners will be able to use these items to assist the communities they serve.”
M3 Junk Removal operates on a “donate first, trash second” model. New Life Center, one the country’s largest domestic violence shelters located in the West Valley, is thrilled to receive the secondhand donations.
“One of the main goals at New Life Center is to provide domestic violence survivors with all the tools they need to reestablish their independence in the safest way possible,” said Myriah Mhoon, CEO of New Life Center. “By lifting the financial burden of having to furnish their new spaces from scratch, survivors have one less bill to worry about when they exit our shelter. We are incredibly thankful to Muscular Moving Men for providing these much-needed items and helping the residents at NLC.”
This year has been record-breaking for Muscular Moving Men & Storage and M3 Commercial Moving & Logistics, even during the pandemic. The launch of M3 Junk Removal in November came at a time of high demand. With out-of-towners moving into Arizona in record numbers, Muscular Moving Men & Storage has seen a 33% increase in business year over year in 2019. M3 Commercial Moving & Logistics has seen a remarkable 80% increase in business year over year in 2019.
Muscular Moving Men & Storage was founded in 2008 when best friends and founders Justin Hodge and Josh Jurhill began moving customers with just one trailer and their own muscles. With a focus on the core values of quality, financial efficiency, respect, advancement, culture and customer experience, Muscular Moving Men has become the top name in moving in the Valley. Hodge and Muscular Moving Men have frequently landed on Arizona State University’s Sun Devil 100 list, landing No. 28 of 100 in growth of ASU alumni-owned businesses in 2020. M3 Commercial Moving & Logistics was launched in 2019 to keep up with demand for specialty commercial moving needs. To learn more, visit www.muscularmovingmen.com.