WYCKOFF, NJ – A.A. American Moving & Storage, an interstate agent for Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, recently showed their dedication to and support for the Wyckoff community. The company donated hundreds of moving boxes to the outreach team at Christian Health Care Center for the “Spring into Action” employee food drive, held in May.
The CHCC food drive benefitted the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation and Harvest Time Food Pantry. The boxes provided by A.A. American Moving & Storage helped collect, pack and deliver six-hundred-and-ninety food items. Eric Vankruiningen, Outreach Team Co-chair at CHCC said, “The donation of boxes was a huge help in transporting the goods to our selected pantries.”
“We were excited to participate in such a great effort which benefits over 2,000 families in our area who are facing the challenges of caring for a child with cancer. And we’re always eager to support CHCC and its mission to deliver a broad continuum of high-quality, compassionate care to those in need in our community.”
A.A. American Moving & Storage consistently shows its commitment to serving the Wyckoff community and has strategically built partnerships with other local agencies to support many efforts.
A.A. American Moving & Storage, Inc. provides local moving services in and around the Tri-State area including Bergen County and Wyckoff, New Jersey. An interstate agent for Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, the nationwide moving company is known for quality service, affordable pricing, and outstanding customer service.
For 108 years, Stevens Worldwide Van Lines has provided local, regional, cross-country and international relocation services. Today, the family owned and operated business is an industry leader in moving and storage, with six corporate-owned agencies, 124 domestic commercial agencies and over 300 international agencies through an exclusive contractual agreement. Headquartered in Saginaw, Michigan, they also offer records management and logics.