$4,000 in Grants Awarded to Builders by AmericanTrucks.com
MALVERN, Pa. (Jan 9th, 2018) – In an effort to award non-profit charitable organizations who utilize pickup trucks benefitting their communities, AmericanTrucks.com selects two charities biannually to receive a $2,000 grant through their charity grant program: Positive Payload. The Summer 2017 Winners included the Building Goodness Foundation and Operation Finally Home. After reviewing the submissions for this round, we are proud to announce our Winter 2017 Winners: The Rodney Scout Reservation (DelMarVa Council of the Boy Scouts of America) and Keystone Contractors.
DelMarVa Council of the Boy Scouts of America serves over 600 families around Wilmington and Newark, Delaware as well as Salisbury and Cambridge, Maryland. Their mission includes providing programs for underprivileged youth by fostering the importance of responsibility, character, citizenship and leadership through community-based initiatives.
Keystone Contractors are a leading resource for construction companies in Pennsylvania, providing member services which include: education, safety training, labor & government relations, community service and career development. Their vision is to become the most influential construction trade association in Pennsylvania. The AmericanTrucks team extends sincere congratulations to all of our Positive Payload grant recipients for 2017 as we look forward to awarding four more organizations in 2018.
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