Charity Trucks Inc represents a new
business model within the advertising industry that simultaneously helps
charities, businesses and the planet.
Many charities fund their programming for the most
vulnerable members of our society by participating in the thrift store
industry; they depend on aging, inefficient and costly fleets of trucks to
collect and deliver donated goods. Advertisers need a cost-effective and
creative way to reach hearts and minds. The planet needs a way of diverting
millions of tons of unwanted items away from landfills every year. Charity
Trucks meets all three of these needs.
We provide new, fuel efficient trucks equipped with
exclusive scrolling mobile billboards to charities such as Big Brothers Big
Sisters for free. We even pay for their maintenance.
By eliminating their transportation costs,
non-profits have more money available to serve their community and fund their
core purpose. For example, every free truck for a Big Brothers Big Sisters
agency in a mid-sized community means they can support 35 more families each
year. It’s advertising that changes people’s lives!
Even at this early stage of development, we are
poised to save our non-profit partners over $6m per annum, which can be
re-directed to help the most vulnerable. And, we help them divert
280,000,000 pounds of unwanted items from landfills annually. Consider the
impact of that diversion: money spent purchasing those re-used items stays in
the local community improving the local economy; replacements for 280,000,000
pounds of consumer products do not have to be manufactured and transported at
significant environmental cost; and the sale of these re-used products helps
charities help even more people.
Imagine the positive impact on the planet and
the community that Charity Trucks could have when operating at its full
If you are a non-profit organization that uses trucks, please contact us to enquire about our program. There is absolutely NO COST to become a partner. Our goal is to save you money, not sell you something.
Visit www.CharityTrucks.org for more details.