“I am just so grateful to be able to visit Sexton High School and offer this amazing experience to kids that may never be able to learn about budgets until itâs too late! As a graduate of the Lansing Schools, I take pride in giving back in hopes that they will take what they learned to help each of them in the future!”— Cecilia, an MSUFCU employee
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Published: Apr 9, 2014

Make a Difference This Mother's Day

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We are excited to partner with Two Men And A Truck for the seventh annual Movers for Moms campaign, to collect items in honor of Mother's Day for women and children currently staying at local women's and family shelters. Join the effort to provide hair care products, soaps, lotions, shampoo, conditioner, pillows, blankets, slippers, baby food, diapers and basic clothing items.


Two Men And A Truck was founded by Mary Ellen Sheets, a Michigan native and single mother at the time the organization introduced the Movers for Moms campaign, which aims to raise awareness of domestic violence and provide assistance to and help give women and moms living in shelters something to look forward to on Mother’s Day.


Two Men And A Truck will deliver collected items to the City Rescue Mission, C.A.R.E, Haven House, SafeCenter and SIREN/Eaton Shelter in Charlotte. Many of these shelters serve survivors of domestic violence and help families, providing temporary housing, support, advocacy, education, and information to the community. All items will be distributed to the women and children using these services and facilities in time for Mother's Day.


Donations can be dropped off at any MSUFCU branch in the Greater Lansing area, Monday, April 14, through Friday, May 2, 2014. To find out more about the Movers for Moms program or Two Men And A Truck, visit their website.