How You Can Help A Trucker Make His Dream Come True

CINCINNATI – Get out your handkerchief and read the following, penned by an injured owner-operator named Tim, somewhere in the United States.

“I want to buy groceries for my family. On 07-27-2012, while working, I fell off of my rig and broke my lower spine. I spent six days in the hospital and had to have surgery. I’m going to be off work for around six months. I’m an owner-operator and we have no income at all. The medical bills so far are totaling $150,000, and are pouring in. We have four small kids, one is autistic. I would be happy to just be able to go to the grocery store one time, without having to worry about spending money that should be used for bills or other things.”

That’s a real driver, and a true story, and you can help him realize that small dream by clicking here

It’s all part of a fundraising project during National Truck Driver Appreciation Week created by Total Quality Logistics (TQL) the third-biggest 3PL in the States. 

For two weeks leading up to Sept.12, truck drivers have been submitting their dreams, wishes, and needs to www.DriversDreams.com.  The contest organizers narrowed the dreams down to the top 10 most compelling, and now, you have a chance to vote on the dream you  want TQL to fulfill. A total of $10,000 will be granted by TQL to help make drivers’ dreams come true.

Some of the dreams that have made it to the final round include a wish to take one last vacation as a family before the kids are grown and gone; a dream of owning a boat to fish with the grandchildren, and the need for a van-lift for a paralyzed son. Go to www.DriversDreams.com to read all of the finalists’ dreams and vote for your favorite.

For every click on the web site and every vote cast to www.DriversDreams.com, TQL will donate $1 to Saint Christopher Truckers Development Relief Fund,  one of the only charities in the U.S. focused on assisting truck drivers and their families. TQL will donate up to $25,000 to SCF. Voting is open until 11:59 p.m., Sat.Sept.25

 

 

 

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