TruckPro provided more than $70k in charitable aid this year

TruckPro, LLC, through its charitable initiative TruckPro Gives Back, announced Thursday it has contributed more than $75,000 to worthy causes this year.

This year, TruckPro launched a workplace giving program where associates can voluntarily make charitable donations through payroll deduction. TruckPro’s charity partners for this effort in the United States are Wounded Warriors, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and The Salvation Army. For the Canadian division, associates can contribute to The War Amps and The Salvation Army Canada.

In addition, TruckPro says it made charitable contributions in 2017 to several more organizations that serve veterans, including the Infinite Hero Foundation, Paralyzed Veterans of America, The American Legion, and Wreaths Across America. TruckPro’s associates also generously contributed funds to aid those in the TruckPro family that were severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Texas.

“We are very proud of the enthusiasm and support shown throughout our entire organization this year for our TruckPro Gives Back campaign,” says Chuck Broadus, TruckPro’s president and CEO. “We have a great charitable platform and terrific momentum heading into 2018 to continue to enhance our relationships and impact with our charity partners.”

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