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Solidarity Movers is a fully licensed, full-service moving company based in NYC. We offer many residential services, from small deliveries to full service packing, storage and interstate relocation. We aim to provide a stress-free moving experience, delivering top notch service at affordable, flat rate prices.

We also believe in utilizing our resources to support non-profit and community-based organizations doing positive work in the city. A portion of all proceeds goes toward supporting these projects, from delivering compost to community gardens to providing transportation for youth football teams. At present we're in partnership with the following organizations for whom we provide free or at-cost moving and transportation services in order to contribute what we can to their ongoing powerful work.

We're always looking to expand this list so if your organization would like to discuss a partnership please get in touch!

Bedstuy Campaign Against Hunger https://bedstuyagainsthunger.org/ BSCAH was founded in 1998 as a small traditional food pantry operating out of a church basement and is now the largest pantry in Brooklyn, providing the basic staples of a well-balanced diet to more than 30,000 low-income individuals each month.

Bed Stuy Walls https://www.instagram.com/bedstuywalls/ – Bedstuy Walls is an act of beautifying the neighborhood while recognizing and celebrating the spirit of Bedstuy and creating a space where people and businesses can connect.

Big Reusehttps://www.instagram.com/bigreuse/ – Big Reuse is a nonprofit organization fighting climate change through zero waste initiatives. They operate a reuse center in Brooklyn, two large community composting sites, outreach for City curbside composting programs, and green job training programs.

BK ROTbkrot.org/ – BK Rot is a youth-run, compost collection program that collects by bike from local residents and processes the material at community gardens in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Brooklyn Giveshttps://www.brooklyngives.org – Powered by Brooklyn Community Foundation, #BrooklynGives connects local donors with grassroots nonprofits in their own backyards on Giving Tuesday, the year’s biggest single day of giving.

CITYarts, Inc.https://www.cityarts.org/ – CITYarts engages youth with professional artists in the creation of public art, including murals and mosaics. Through this creative process, CITYarts empowers, educates, and connects youth and children locally and around the world to become active participants in realizing their potential and transforming communities.

GMACC (Gangstas Making Astronomical Community Changes)http://gangstamackin.com/  – G-MACC Inc. is committed to making positive change by reaching out to residents of all ages in communities ravaged by gun violence and gang activity. By providing tools and resources to young and old alike, G-MACC helps people reflect, learn, act and evolve to embrace the healthy, caring, stable individual within, and to transform the surrounding community through positivity and activism.

HealthJox foundation
https://www.healthjoxfoundation.org/ – HealthJox Foundation, Inc.’s mission is to cultivate healthy bodies, healthy minds & healthy environments for underserved youth which should all be given free to the public so all can have access to a healthier life on this planet.

The Indypendent https://www.indypendent.org/ – The Indypendent is a New York City-based free newspaper and online news site, with a print and online audience of more than 100,000 readers.

The Kitchen https://thekitchen.org/ – The Kitchen is one of New York City’s oldest nonprofit spaces, showing innovative work by emerging and established artists across disciplines.

Mayday Spacehttps://maydayspace.org/ – Mayday Space is a multi-story organizing center and social hub in Bushwick that works in tandem with our sister space Starr Bar a short walk away. Mayday is both a neighborhood resource and a citywide destination for engaging programming, a home for radical ideas and debate, and a welcoming gathering place for people and movements to work, learn, celebrate and build together.

Millions March NYC / Campaign to Shut Down Rikers shutdownrikers.org/ – The Campaign to Shut Down Rikers is a NYC grassroots coalition of activists and organizations dedicated to organizing for the immediate shutdown of Rikers.

North East Brooklyn Housing Development Corporationnebhdco.org/ – NEBHDCo is an organization committed to the development of affordable housing opportunities, community and economic development initiatives that effect social change in Central Brooklyn.

People’s Action for Rights and CommunityPeople’s Climate Arts peoplesclimatearts.org/ – PCA is a vibrant collective of artists who uplift the stories of many communities to communicate the historic urgency of this moment.

Recesshttp://recessart.org – Recess partners with artists to build a more just and equitable creative community. By welcoming radical thinkers to imagine and shape networks of resilience and safety, recess defines and advances the possibilities of contemporary art.

Riseboro community partnershiphttps://riseboro.org/ – Offering services designed to support every generation and meet the needs of communities. Thier unique model of holistic community revitalization works by developing neighborhood assets, like affordable housing, to create the foundation for a more vibrant and diverse community. We build upon this foundation with programs designed to connect people to resources to help everyone in the community thrive, especially our most vulnerable populations.

Sakhi for South Asian Womenhttps://www.sakhi.org/ – Sakhi for South Asian Women exists to represent the South Asian diaspora in a survivor-led movement for gender-justice and to honor the collective and inherent power of all survivors of violence. Sakhi is committed to serving survivors through a combination of efforts including—but not limited to—direct services, advocacy and organizing, technical assistance, and community outreach.

Soul Fire Farm https://www.soulfirefarm.org/ – Soul Fire Farm is an Afro-Indigenous centered community farm committed to uprooting racism and seeding sovereignty in the food system. We raise and distribute life-giving food as a means to end food apartheid. With deep reverence for the land and wisdom of our ancestors, we work to reclaim our collective right to belong to the earth and to have agency in the food system. We bring diverse communities together on this healing land to share skills on sustainable agriculture, natural building, spiritual activism, health, and environmental justice.

Uncle Chase Foundation
https://www.unclechasefoundation.org/ – Our mission is to equip vulnerable youth and their communities with the resources they need to shape their future in a positive way. By focusing on their most pressing needs, we make sure that they have access to practical solutions that will prepare them to surmount the roadblocks impeding personal and social progress. With our help, we anticipate that they will begin to move forward to a better tomorrow with confidence and optimism.

Whoop Dee Doowhoopdeedoo.org – WHOOP DEE DOO is an artist-led project that creates installations and live performances through museums, galleries, arts organizations, festivals and universities.

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