iHaulJunk, Inc. Announces Ambitious Community Goal to Raise $100,000 to Benefit Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) Alliance

“I believe we have a corporate responsibility to give back to the community itself, which allows us to run a successful business,” said matt fitch, Founder and CEO of iHaulJunk. “I chose SAFE because their work aims to help some of the most vulnerable in our community, and their cause is one I have a very close personal connection to.”

“As a kid, I suffered quite a lot of trauma myself. I held onto it for over 25 years before I told first person what happened to me, and I’ve spent the last 12 years dealing with it. treat. My connection to The SAFE Alliance is an extension of my own therapy, so I’ve come to realize.”

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) states, {On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States…1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men experience severe physical violence from the from their intimate partner, intimate partner sexual contact violence and/or sexual harassment by an intimate partner with impacts such as injury, fear, post-traumatic stress disorder, use of victim services, contracting sexually transmitted diseases, etc. .}

  • 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence from an intimate partner. This includes a range of behaviors (eg slapping, shoving, pushing) and in some cases may not be considered “domestic violence”. (Article found: here)

“I guess it’s in my blood. I was raised by a single mother who dedicated her life to the same cause. For nearly 40 years, my mother, Melody Fitch has held many leadership and leadership positions during her career as an advocate for battered women and children, and she still works in the field to this day. Heck my sister does the same, it’s just our thing I guess,” Fitch added.

iHaulJunk, Inc. (originally iHaul Austin) was just an idea in 2013 when Matt was mowing lawns and training to become an arborist.

As a new entrepreneur, Matt stretched himself too thin at first, trying to do a bit of everything. It was during a moment of clarity, sitting alone on his porch, cedar park texas when he committed to moving forward with his idea of ​​starting a waste removal business.

With no industry experience, limited capital resources and a dilapidated pickup truck, Matt got to work hauling trash in 2015. He said goodbye to The Grass Whisperer and introduced Central Texans to iHaulAustin – Extremely Professional Junk Removal!

Fast forward nearly 10 years and iHaulJunk is now a nationwide network of over 30 independent carriers operating in major cities across Atlanta in Los Angeles.

“Over the next two years, iHaulJunk will partner with other nonprofits similar to SAFE, but in the other cities where we operate. For now, we are focusing all of our efforts on our partnership in Austin with The SAFE Alliance, it is our home base,” added Fitch.

“I’m doing this to encourage other business owners, philanthropists and even our local celebrities to join the effort to help end domestic violence and sexual abuse. With all the nonsense that divides us now , this has to be something that we can all come together,” said matt fitch.

If you would like to contribute, please make a secure donation to the SAFE Alliance fundraiser HERE.

iHaulJunk serves several areas of the greater Austin Metropolitan area, including round rock, cedar park, Leander, georgetown, Liberty Hill, West Lake, Lake, bee cave, dripping springs, spice woodRollingwood and Mansion, Texas.

For more information, visit https://ihauljunk.com/junk-removal-in-austin-tx or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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