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T4C Launches “CLEAN HOUSE FOR A CAUSE” PDF Print E-mail








Like any busy organization in our industry, there’s a good chance your dock, office, shop or yard contains surplus items you just haven’t gotten around to moving out. Things like surplus office furniture, unclaimed freight, shop equipment, or even surplus vehicles, trailers, or containers. The holiday season is a great time to clean house, head into the new year organized, and help out a great charity to boot! During the month of December, walk your facilities, make a list, take photos, and send them to us. We’ll tell our partner charities about your “surplus but serviceable” items, make arrangements to have it picked up, and even arrange for a charitable tax receipt if you’re eligible! Clean House For A Cause is just another T4C “win-win” program that shows the trucking industry cares for its communities! Call us at 905 844 8658 to get started, and get ready to CLEAN HOUSE FOR A CAUSE! For more details, click here

T4C Event Highlights the Benefits of Corporate Charitable Giving PDF Print E-mail

Executives from across the trucking industry and from many of Canada’s leading charity organizations were treated to a spirited panel discussion at Trucks For Change Network’s 3rd annual Partner Luncheon on November 19 in Oakville Ontario. The discussion topic was entitled “Building Win-Win Giving Partnerships”, and focused on how companies can benefit from their involvement with charity organizations. The session was kicked off by Pete Dalmazzi, Founder and President of Trucks For Change Network, and was moderated by trucking industry personality Mike McCarron. The panel included Rob Voisin, Director of ReStore and Product Services at Habitat For Humanity Canada, Norm Sneyd, VP Business Development at Bison Transport, and Paul Klein, Founder of Impakt Corp., a Toronto firm specializing in the area of corporate social responsibility. The discussion touched on the many benefits of corporate giving, from employee engagement and teamwork benefits, to the growing expectation of the millennial workforce for corporate social responsibility. For more on the discussion, please visit http://www.trucknews.com/transportation/good-give/1003061969

Photo: Rob Voisin of Habitat For Humanity Canada (left), Paul Klein of Impakt Corp. (centre) and Norm Sneyd of Bison Transport (right) discuss the many benefits to corporate charitable giving.

Trucks For Change Network Welcomes National Truck League Insurance Solutions PDF Print E-mail

We are pleased to announce that National Truck League Insurance Solutions (NTL) has joined Trucks For Change Network as a partner sponsor.

 Rod Stiller, President of National Truck League, had this to say “NTL is very pleased to be partnering with Trucks For Change as a sponsor. Trucks For Change is doing some incredible work as an organization and we want to be a part of that. They not only represent their member carriers and sponsors extremely well but also the trucking industry as a whole. We look forward to the start of a long term relationship with Trucks For Change.”

 National Truck League partners with those in the trucking industry to protect their business, their assets, their health, their families, their livelihood and their reputation. They offer insurance solutions tailored for the industry including: Truck Insurance, WSIB Alternatives, Deductible Buy Down, Health and Dental, Travel Medical, Home and Automobile. To learn more about National Truck League you can visit their website at www.nationaltruckleague.com. Welcome aboard National Truck League.

Manitoba Trucking Association teams up with Trucks For Change Network to support charities across the Province PDF Print E-mail

  July 30, 2013

 Winnipeg, MB—The Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) and Trucks For Change Network (T4C), a non-profit  association of  member trucking and logistics companies, announced today that they are joining forces to help  support charities in    Manitoba and across Canada with trucking services.

 Bob Dolyniuk, MTA Executive Director commented “T4C’s mission is consistent with MTA’s goal of promoting an  environmentally and socially responsible commercial trucking industry in Manitoba”.  We are happy to endorse its  efforts,  and we encourage our members to participate”.

Click here for the full press release

Shaw Tracking and T4C Release Video “Filling Trucks, Fulfilling Needs” PDF Print E-mail

We welcome new T4C corporate sponsor Shaw Tracking, a Shaw Communications company and leader in communications for the Canadian transportation industry.  Shaw is proud to showcase a new video entitled “Filling Trucks, Fulfilling Needs”, which will help to garner more awareness of T4C’s programs supporting charities and communities across Canada with transportation services.

Shaw worked in conjunction with another valued T4C sponsor, Newcom Business Media, to create the video, which highlights the significant role that T4C’s growing network of trucking and logistics members are playing in its communities. The video is hosted for viewing on YouTube, and was broadcast across Shaw’s Cable network through the month of November.

Shaw Tracking is aligned with Trucks For Change Network’s mission to facilitate the trucking industry’s support of the communities it serves. Mike Ham, Vice-President of Shaw Tracking, commented, “We’re ecstatic to have this opportunity to promote Trucks For Change Network, and to provide the resources to produce this video. We’re proud to contribute to T4C’s work, and to support our customers and business partners involved in this innovative project”.

Pete Dalmazzi, President and Founder of Trucks For Change Network, added “We’re thrilled to have the support of Mike and the Shaw team. Shaw Tracking is a leading player in the Canadian trucking industry, and Shaw Communications’ production and distribution of our video will help us to tell our story inside and outside the trucking industry. It’s a dream partnership for us”.

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