A California moving company called Meathead Movers is changing communities and lives for the better. Aaron Steed, co-founder and CEO of the company, started the business in 1997 when he and his brother were looking for ways to make money while in school, The Huffington Post explains. Steed and his co-workers soon realized there was a need for movers to assist victims of domestic abuse, as they had come across several cases as their business grew. 

Today, Meathead Movers has evolved into a fully operating company that partners with women's shelters to help victims of domestic abuse move out of their dangerous living situations for free. The business has partnered with Good Shepherd Shelter, which promotes awareness and prevention of domestic violence. Meathead Movers explained their purpose to L.A. Weekly in this September 2015 story:

"Meathead Movers will work directly with the nonprofit to identify the abusive situations and provide moving services at no cost," a spokeswoman says. "Not only do these services help the victims of domestic abuse but they directly impact Meathead employees — consisting of predominantly young men who believe that real men don't hit women, real men help those in need."

Any woman seeking help should contact Good Shepherd directly by visiting the organization's website located here.