Resource Connection Center
Helping Communities in Times of Disaster
In 2018 The Moore Wright Group (TMWG) created a program called the Resource Connection Center (RCC) to be a resource hub that works with survivors of abuse and abandonment, with community agencies to help survivors of trauma and abuse meet their emergency and basic needs such as new clothing, home essentials, and hygiene items. All donations received through the RCC, which averages 10 pallets a week, come brand new from local retailers such as Walmart, BuyBuy Baby, Uline, Amazon, Bombass, and The Men’s Warehouse.4
The RCC provides life and work skills classes and opportunities to foster healing and create long term success and is a certified Training and Assessment to teach Certified Logistics Technician, Certified Forklift Repair Technician Certification, OSHA 10 and Forklift training. The RCC is designed to address the social determinants of health to help survivors move out of trauma and poverty and become thriving, healed, and self-sufficient members of the community. In 2019
we have serviced over 18 organizations (2,800 families) and events with over $3,400,000.00 worth of product. During this Christmas holiday we will service over 9,000 families alone to ensure families not just have basic needs but toys t0 make children feel like children.
In the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, the DDC brings in and distributes new donations from retailers to government, non-profit agencies, hospitals, faith-based organizations and Tribes that directly serve communities. Learn more.
"The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well."
` Ralph Waldo Emerson