(Chicago) – Chicago-based New City Moving on Tuesday announced a partnership with Move for Hunger that will have the firm delivering for free truckloads of non-perishable food items to Chicago-area food banks.
The company, which received the Angie’s List 2012 Super Service Award, has been recognized as a model of community involvement and civic responsibility, encouraging movers to donate unneeded items to charitable organizations.
“We believe in the importance of giving back,” said New City Moving founder Brian Slater.
“After all, it’s been the community of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs that has made our success possible,” said Slater. “We know that even in the best of times, many of our friends and neighbors struggle with making ends meet.”
In the more than three years since operations began, the Better Business Bureau has not received a single complaint against the company located at 2358 N. Damen Avenue.