JK Moving & Storage Initiates Community Program To Help Transitional Families
JK Moving & Storage, the Washington area's top moving and storage company has implemented a new program during the 2005 holiday season to provide complimentary moving services for families in transition.
December 15, 2005—Sterling, VA—JK Moving & Storage, the Washington area's top moving and storage company has implemented a new program during the 2005 holiday season to provide complimentary moving services for families in transition.
The program is designed to help families who are ready to move out of shelters into their own homes. One of the biggest dilemmas families face is moving belongings from the shelter and storage to their new homes. JK Moving & Storage has agreed to donate their services to provide the first steps in helping families get back on their feet.
JK Moving & Storage will launch their program tomorrow, Friday, December 16, when they move a family from the Homestretch Shelter in Falls Church into their new permanent home, also in Falls Church. The family consists of a single mom with a nine-year old son and six- year old daughter.
"This program is an opportunity to help support those in the community who need it the most at a stressful yet exciting time in their lives," says Chuck Kuhn, President and CEO. "While we are implementing this during the holiday season, we will provide these services to needy organizations throughout the year."
JK Moving & Storage is the largest independent moving company in the Washington metropolitan area and the third-largest in the nation, JK has been honored through numerous industry awards, accolades and professional achievements. But above all else, JK Moving & Storage is perhaps proudest of what they give back to the community. JK Moving & Storage has contributed to Toys for Tots, March of Dimes, Katrina Relief, Women's & Girls Tech Foundation, Boy Scout Troop 982, Hamilton Fire Department, COPE (Western Loudoun Teen Center), and Junior League of Washington.