Forget the Fruit Basket: Beltmann Relocation Group Takes Corporate Gifts to a New Level With Donations to Greater Atlanta-Area Shelters

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Providing more than $10,000 in holiday gifts to benefit Atlanta area children

Beltmann Relocation Group donates $10,000 towards gifts to Atlanta area children

Rather than giving clients a standard holiday gift, Beltmann Relocation Group is fulfilling the holiday wish lists of more than 100 homeless children in the greater Atlanta area through a generous donation of more than $10,000 ($100 per child) to Children’s Restoration Network.

Beltmann employees shopped, wrapped, sorted, labeled and provided the transportation of the new clothing and toys which will be distributed this Saturday. As part of its contribution, Beltmann is also hosting Saturday’s holiday party for 150 guests at Rainbow Village Shelter in Duluth, Ga. Additionally, Beltmann is donating 42” flat-screen TVs and a Blu-Ray DVD player to Mother’s Making a Change, a residential outpatient treatment shelter for women facing substance abuse issues.

“We’ve participated with this charity in this past, but this year believed it would benefit everyone if we stepped up our contribution,” explained Beltmann Relocation Group’s President Marc Van Kley, who formerly served on the board of Children’s Restoration Network (CRN) in Atlanta. “Fruit baskets are always nice, but we wanted to make a significant contribution to helping the homeless among us – especially at this meaningful time of year.” The contribution is made on behalf of our customers and, truthfully, it’s really their contribution as it is they who make it possible.”

According to Jim Cox, President at CRN, “We are honored and very much appreciate Beltmann’s generous involvement. Because of their gifts, many children will have a very different kind of Christmas this year.”

About Children’s Restoration Network
Children's Restoration Network (http://www.ChildRN.org) is a non-profit agency focused on the plight of homeless children and mothers in our community. In addition to helping meet basic needs, CRN conducts programs and special events to provide a broad range of positive experiences for more than 3,000 children residing in shelters and group homes each year. CRN has helped nearly 38,000 children and 11,000 women since its founding in 1993. The mission of Children's Restoration Network is to offer hope and support, enabling children and their mothers to break the cycle of homelessness by empowering them to become part of mainstream society as active, productive citizens through programs and special events designed to address their academic, emotional and physical needs.

About Beltmann Relocation Group
Beltmann Relocation Group (http://www.beltmann.com) is one of the oldest and largest hauling and sales agents for North American Van Lines. Headquartered in Minneapolis, the company has a fleet of more than 700 specialized moving vans, tractors, trailers and straight trucks, and delivers relocation solutions to individuals, families and corporate clients across the United States. Owned and operated by the Battina family since 1955, Beltmann Relocation Group has expanded to 14 branch locations. With nearly 50 years of consistent profitability and strong leadership, Beltmann Relocation Group is an industry leader due to its unique combination of resources, commitment, integrity, self-hauling capacity, customer focus, technological advancements and strategic key locations.

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