National company working to help moms who feel forgotten on Mother’s Day

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OKLAHOMA CITY – While you may need to mark your calendar to help you remember when Mother’s Day is, but a group of mothers often feel forgotten.

A national moving company is hoping to help women in need this Mother’s Day with a few donations.

Two Men and a Truck are collecting comfort items like nice soaps, hair styling products, shampoos, conditioners, pillows, blankets, slippers and robes.

Workers will then begin delivering the donations to mothers living in shelters this Mother’s Day.

Organizers of the ‘Movers for Moms’ program say women who are victims of domestic abuse or are homeless often feel forgotten on the upcoming holiday.

Last year, the program collected more than 210,000 items that were distributed to 150 shelters for Mother’s Day.

Two Men and a Truck locations will begin accepting donations in late March through the Friday before Mother’s Day.

For more information, visit the program’s Facebook page.

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