Fullbay is celebrating the annual GivingTuesday movement by emphasizing the importance of giving back and supporting the heavy-duty repair industry. Throughout 2023, through its Fullbay Cares initiative, the company has donated more than $15,000 to industry-focused charity organizations.
In 2023, Fullbay Cares supported charities including Truckers Against Trafficking, St. Christopher Truckers Relief Fund, Truckers Final Mile, and Folds of Honor. This year Fullbay also launched its new lifestyle website, All About the Grilles, which sells heavy-duty apparel and other merchandise. Additionally, the company published a children’s book, Truck Tales 2, and announced that Truck Tales 3 is soon to come. All proceeds obtained from sales of the apparel and books go directly back to Fullbay Cares and are distributed to industry charities.
“We are honored to be able to give back to our heavy-duty repair community and do what we can to help others and make their lives easier – especially during the holiday season,” says Jacob Findlay, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Fullbay. “Every year, I’m inspired by the generosity of our industry. Giving back is a non-negotiable component of our business as we want to shed light and pay respect to the hard-working individuals and groups who keep America’s trucks running.”
In the month of December, Fullbay will support Sleigh Bells and Santa, an annual Christmas campaign to provide support and presents to children experiencing the holidays after the loss of a parent who was a commercial truck driver, the company says.
The Fullbay Cares initiative was launched in 2020 as a way to support the heavy-duty repair community by providing charitable donations, educational resources, opportunities to volunteer, and more. Since then, the initiative has donated over $84,000 total dollars in funding to deserving organizations and groups, the company adds.