Mother’s Day should be a day of celebration for all moms, including those women who are forced to spend their special day in community shelters.

 

Mother’s Day should be a day of celebration for all moms, including those women who are forced to spend their special day in community shelters.

For that reason, students from Cordill-Mason Elementary School in Blue Springs are partnering with Two Men and a Truck on a fundraising initiative called Movers for Moms. During the project, students collect essential items for women staying at Hope House, assisting victims of domestic violence and homelessness.

The Movers and Moms program will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Cordill-Mason Elementary, 4001 S.W. Christansen Road in south Blue Springs. Students, staff and representatives from the local Two Men and a Truck will begin the collection of essential items for women at Hope House.

For more information, follow Movers for Moms at www.facebook.com/MoversforMoms.