Big Foot Moving & Storage delivers 3000+lbs of food to Arlington Food Pantry.

August 20, 2014 – Mike Bavuso, President of Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. delivered 3000+ pounds of food to the Arlington Food Pantry. The much needed shipment was sourced from the Greater Boston Food Bank. Since its start in 1990, the Arlington Food Pantry has distributed to thousands of Arlington families. The Arlington Food Pantry is entirely run and financially subsidized by donors. Big Foot was pleased to assist a tremendous organization within its own community and would encourage others to consider volunteer opportunities. For more information about Arlington Food Pantry volunteer needs contact:

Big Foot sighting at annual Zonta rummage sale

Big Foot Moving and Storage is proud to support the Zonta Club of Arlington’s annual rummage sale. The Zonta’s annual benefit raises money for the Arlington Food Pantry, First Step, The Children’s Room, Tremendous Hearts and Youth Villages (formerly Germaine Lawrence School for Girls).

The Zonta Club of Arlington’s annual rummage sale is being held on Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Arlington Senior Center, 27 Maple St.

Shop for new, gently used and vintage items of all kinds, including:

  • Jewelry
  • Art and decorative items
  • Lamps and a variety of household items
  • Books, CDs and DVDs
  • Clothing for men, women and children

For more information about the Arlington Zonta’s click here.

Big Foot Moving celebrates with Community Servings

We had the privilege of celebrating another successful year with Community Servings last week. Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. was honored to be part of the top pie selling team, Pie It Forward, with over 1,200 pies sold and more than $33,000 raised! Big Foot’s president, Mike Bavuso, personally sold 454 pies and raised $12,000. Mike solidified the #2 spot of pie sellers overall for the entire fundraiser. Community Servings is an exceptional organization and their annual fundraiser, Pie In the Sky, supports our neighbors suffering from critical illnesses and their families. To learn more, please visit

Donate Food with Big Foot Moving and Move For Hunger

Fact: More than 727,000 people in the state of Massachusetts are living on incomes that put them at risk of hunger each year. Thirty-six percent of those at risk are children. With times getting tighter these numbers are dramatically increasing. Thousands in our community need your help.

As you are aware, many people throw out a good deal of “stuff” when they move. Unfortunately a lot of this “stuff” is food that can be delivered to a family in need. That’s why Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. has teamed up with Move For Hunger to support the Arlington Food Pantry.

Please set aside any unwanted, non-perishable food items before your move and Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. will deliver the food to the Arlington Food Pantry.

Move For Hunger is a non-profit organization that works with the relocation industry to support the efforts of local food banks. Your donations will directly impact families living right here in Massachusetts. Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. is grateful for your business and truly thankful for your generosity.

Mike Bavuso President/CEO

Click here to download a copy of this announcement in .pdf format.

Pie In The Sky 2013

Community Servings is a free, home‐delivery meals program for the acutely ill, their families and their caregivers throughout Massachusetts who are battling 35 types of illnesses including HIV/ AIDS, Cancer, Lupus, Diabetes and MS. Since 1989, Community Servings’ founding goals are to help clients maintain their health and dignity, provide nutritionally and culturally appropriate meals, preserve the integrity of their family… and send the message that someone cares.

Each pie we sell provides one week of healthy meals to a person in need.

This is my fifth year participating in this fundraiser as part of the Pie It Forward team — the #1 pie selling team in 2011 and 2012. Thanks to many of you, I was one of the top 5 pie sellers overall last year.

Please consider purchasing a Thanksgiving pie ($25) in support of Community Servings. You can visit my personal donation page for more information and to place an order.

Click here to download more information about Pie In The Sky.


Mike Bavuso

Big Foot Moving & Storage Continues to Support the Annual Zonta Fundraiser Rummage Sale

The Zonta Club of Arlington’s annual rummage sale was May 4, 2013 outside the Arlington Senior Center. The sale benefited Zonta’s service projects, including The Arlington Food PantryThe Arlington Senior CenterTremendous HeartsThe Children’s Room, and a $1,000 for a scholarship at Arlington High School. This year $3,400.00 was raised for our local town charities.

Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. was glad to partner again with Helene Vecchione, the Zonta Club of Arlington’s President and local business owner of More Than a Move. Big Foot donates year round storage space, moving trucks, and labor to help set up and break down the annual rummage sale. If you missed the event this year, please be on the lookout next year as it is one of the biggest yard sales in the area. Great finds and great prices all while helping many wonderful local charities.

To learn more about Zonta International, please visit

Big Foot Helps Neighboring Children’s Room

Last week, Big Foot Moving & Storage donated moving and storage services to The Children’s Room (TCR) for their renovation project. The Children’s Room will be refurbishing the garage and cellar areas and utilize the space as the garden level. After the completed renovations, the Big Foot team will then relocate the TCR staff to new garden level offices. This move to the new space will create a much needed additional program and training space within the facility. The project will be completed by the end of the summer.

The Children’s Room is the largest independent, non-profit organization in Massachusetts dedicated to creating safe, supportive communities so that no child, teen or family has to grieve alone. Learn more about TCR, who they are, and how you can be a part of our unique community, please visit Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. is proud to offer assistance to The Children’s Room as they continue to help grieving children, teens, and families in our communities to go on living fully.

Pie It Forward 2012 is Community Services Top Pie-Selling Team Again

Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. helps Team Pie It Forward Raises $32,351 for Community Servings “Pie In The Sky”

Arlington, MA – December 12, 2011 Thanks to the generous support of family, friends, colleagues, and clients, Team Pie It Forward sold 921 pies and raised $32,351 for the “Pie in the Sky” annual bake sale held by Community Servings. Mike Bavuso, President of Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc., sold 395 pies and raised $10,381.00 alone.

From late October to several days before Thanksgiving, “Pie In The Sky” raised a record-breaking total over $565,000 with 16,000 pies sold by hundreds of volunteers. Proud to be the #1 Pie-Selling Team for 2011 and 2012, Pie It Forward members include: Mike Bavuso, Tamela Roche, Caitlin Healy, Adam Goncalves, Gabriella Innella, Walker Christie, Karen Coleman, Merel Corstius, Juan Murray, Kathy Wentworth, Joseph Aceto, Brian Jurgens, Stella Murray, Patrick Dwyer, Jenette Jurgens, Mary Dean McKee, Rich McKee.

Team Pie It Forward joined hundreds of volunteers to box pies at Pie Central and Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. donated two days of moving services to deliver thousands of pies. The Big Foot Moving & Storage, Inc. crew made deliveries to pick-up locations in greater Boston. Some of our pie clients include ARIAD Pharmaceuticals Inc., Davidson Management, Cambridge Offset Printing, Meadhall, Leader Bank, The Appraisers Group, Advance Auto Center, Sirois Electric, Patriot Financial Group, Barkan Management at One First Condominiums, and Porcini’s.

Since 1990, Community Servings is a free, home-delivered meals program for the acutely ill, their families, and their caregivers throughout 200 square miles of Massachusetts battling 35 types of illnesses which include HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Lupus, MS and Diabetes. The founding goals of Community Servings are to help clients maintain health and dignity; to provide nutritionally and culturally appropriate meals; to preserve the integrity of their family… and send the message that someone cares.

Charitable Donations

2009 Special Olympics Jolly Jaunt Road Race