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Moves That Matter

Donating Goods to those in Need

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We see firsthand the limitations the current global supply chain crisis has had on nonprofits, so we are doubling our commitment to $2M in donated transportation costs.

Let us help increase your impact with Moves that Matter, a TQL Cares program. You donate the goods and we add our logistics expertise, 140,000+ carrier network, and cover the cost, to move your charitable loads to nonprofits in need. From disaster relief supplies to fresh produce for those who don’t have access, we help you worry less about the logistics and more about serving the community.

How It Works


TQL will make sure your donation gets there on time and cover the cost.


  • 34M pounds of donated goods
  • $36M in valued goods
  • $1.2M in donated transportation towards the $2M goal

A crisis of another kind started it all.

After 26 victims tragically lost their lives during the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, six-year old Jesse Lewis’s story hung heavy. Jesse lost his life, but his shouts to classmates to run from the gunman helped save six lives. Two years later when we got the call that Where Angels Play was building a playground in honor of Jesse, and one for each of the 26 victims, we knew we had to help.

Moves that Matter was established in 2014 and immediately covered the cost of transporting the final five playgrounds. In the years since, we have helped move millions of pounds of donations. From emergency supplies to hurricane victims, produce and water to foodbanks, wreaths and flags to honor fallen soldiers, diapers for new moms and much more, we are reminded that some loads are ordinary, and others are extraordinary.

Where Angels Play




  • Philabundance
  • Matthew 25 Ministries
  • Honor and Remember, Inc.
  • First Responders Children's Foundation
  • Humane Society of Broward County


14 pallets of rice, water and essentials delivered to A Child's Hope for children living in poverty.

5,850 cases of water delivered to a U.S. Navy ship docked in NYC during COVID-19.

900+ toys delivered to Cincinnati police officers to distribute to kids in need.

6,912 pounds of dry food delivered to the Northwest Harvest Food Bank.

Apply For Help Moving Your Donated Goods

Inspired by shipments that make a difference, we are committed to getting donated supplies in the hands of those who need them most. (Items being moved must be donated goods benefiting a nonprofit or community organization.)


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