Movers for Moms: Helping women escape domestic violence

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- It's estimated three out of ten women are victims of domestic violence and there is no typical victim. They come from all walks of life. Movers for Moms is a program designed to help women living in shelters escape the violence.

Janel and Cathleen joined us on FOX 2 News in the Morning to discuss the movers for mom program and how it all works.

Movers for Moms collection sites: 

Johnny Londoff Chevrolet
Great Southern Bank - 20 locations
Studio and Salon Branca
Bancorp South Bank in Clayton
Belleville East High School
Two Men and a Truck office locations: Sunset Hills, St. Charles, Collinsville

•Movers for Moms® was a national program in 39 states; all franchise locations participated, supporting hundreds of shelters across the U.S.
•Movers for Moms® had a total donation of more than 230,000 gifts in 2015!
•Movers for Moms® partnered with more than 400 elementary schools, daycare centers and community collection sites across the U.S.

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