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The Season of Giving: 5 Trucker Charities To Consider

It’s that time of year to give back and support the causes that you care about! If you are interested in finding ways to give back to the trucking community, here are a few recommended charities that benefit truck drivers directly or the common causes that they care about.



St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Funds

The St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Funds (SCF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance and support to over-the-road truck drivers and their families suffering from financial hardship due to medical issues.


SCF offers assistance for household living expenses such as insurance, mortgage/rent, or vehicle payments. They aim to improve the health and wellness of professional truck drivers through various programs.


Truckers Against Trafficking

Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is a non-profit organization focused on raising awareness among truck drivers and the trucking industry about human trafficking. They aim to empower truckers to recognize and report instances of human trafficking.


TAT provides educational resources, training programs, and a hotline for reporting suspicious activities related to human trafficking. The organization collaborates with the trucking industry to combat this crime.

Truckers Final Mile

Truckers Final Mile is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance to the families of truck drivers who have lost a loved one on the road or suffered a severe injury or a major medical event. They help with the logistics and expenses associated with bringing the deceased driver home in addition to helping drivers with severe injuries or medical conditions.


The organization assists with transportation, logistics, and financial support to ensure that the families of deceased truckers can cope with the challenges and expenses during difficult times.




Trucks With Room to Spare

Trucks With Room to Spare is a non-profit organization focused on providing transportation and supplies for communities impacted by disasters. The organization works with volunteer truck drivers who have "room to spare" to deliver disaster relief supplies.


Truck drivers and trucking companies can get involved by volunteering or donating. Non-truck drivers can also support the efforts by sponsoring drivers to cover fuel costs or by donating food and basic supplies.


Meals for 18 Wheels

Meals for 18 Wheels is a charitable organization focused on addressing the issue of hunger among truckers. They provide meals and support to truck drivers who may face challenges accessing nutritious food while on the road.


The organization facilitates partnerships with local businesses and volunteers to distribute meals to truckers. They aim to improve the overall well-being of truck drivers by addressing the issue of food insecurity.


If you are interested in donating to any of the above causes, click on the links listed in the descriptions to navigate to their websites. There, you can discover ways to donate or share their cause.


Additional causes to consider that Soshaul has supported include United Way, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Special Olympics, and The Salvation Army.

 

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