January 2023: We've launched!
The first official service of its kind in New Brunswick, and the second chapter in Atlantic Canada, Shelter Movers Greater Moncton addresses a critical gap in services to people experiencing abuse by providing free moving and storage services to survivors. Through the generosity of volunteers, employees, and local business partners, Shelter Movers Greater Moncton is working to ensure an immediate and lasting impact on survivors within the community by providing support as they transition to a life free of violence.
There is a growing need for our services in the province, with New Brunswick having the highest rate of criminal harassment against women in Canada. 85% of police-reported spousal homicide victims in New Brunswick are women.
For information on how to donate please visit: Donations
Greater Moncton Blog
Les signes permettant de reconnaître si le milieu d’une personne est violent
Comment faire pour reconnaître les signes d’une personne qui a besoin del’aide? Une personne qui subit de mauvais traitements ressemble à n’importe qui parminous, peu
Signs to Recognize Someone is in an Abusive Environment
How do we recognize the signs that someone is in need of help? Someone who suffers from abuse can look like any one of us,
Donor Spotlight: Gary Mitton
Shelter Movers Greater Moncton is extremely grateful to Gary Mitton for his financial donation. People like Gary allow Shelter Movers to expand across Canada and