Get Your Move On is a family-owned and operated full-service moving company. Since 2005, owner Derek Greene has not only made an impact in helping thousands of individuals, families and businesses with his moving services, but has contributed generously with his time to a number of local groups and organizations. Once such organization is called Walk Now for Autism Speaks.
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The National Kidney Foundation is the leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Americans at risk.
Founded in 1964, UMOM is located in Phoenix, Arizona and is the largest shelter for homeless families in the state. We keep families together, we provide a continuum of care from emergency shelter to transitional housing and finally, permanent, affordable housing. Families at UMOM have the opportunity to gain the skills, medical care, quality child care, and education they need to rebuild their lives and succeed when they leave.
When individuals and families transition into permanent housing, sometimes they need assistance with their furniture and basic household goods. Furnishing Dignity works with the local community and businesses to acquire donations of furniture and household goods. We then provide these items to the individuals and families in need through our relationship with local non-profits.
The founder and owner of Get Your Move On, LLC, has always enjoyed volunteering and donating to local charities. He has been on the board for Walk Now Autism Speaks and continues to volunteer and donate logistical support each year. Derek strengthens the board through his many years of moving and business experience, while also donating a portion of his storage and moving services monthly. He also donates to UMOM, the largest homeless shelter in Phoenix, where he helps to move families in their re-housing program. When not volunteering and overseeing his company, Derek likes to work out and spend time with his family.
In 1990, Founder Kirk Baxter and a group of community leaders started a grassroots organization, Body Positive, Inc., to address the AIDS epidemic, an unexplainable and deadly disease. Body Positive provided a safe-haven for those impacted by HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus?the first stage). These leaders were also determined to understand how and why HIV quickly and aggressively attacked a person?s immune system and decided that clinical research was extremely vital. Body Positive later became Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS and continues to focus on the following areas: 1) prevention and education, 2) nutrition and wellness, 3) counseling, and 4) research.
When most people think about hunger, they think of a starving child in a third-world country. Or perhaps they think of a long line of homeless people waiting outside an inner-city soup kitchen.
The truth is: hunger is a HUGE problem everywhere in the United States, but it’s not always easy to see. In a country known for its wealth and prosperity, 50 million Americans struggle to find their next meal.
The face of hunger has changed. No longer is it just the homeless man on the street reaching out for a helping hand, but every day millions of people are struggling to feed their families. No one is a stranger to the economic hardships of today.