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Trucking For Wishes aiming to hit $250,000 mark with Facebook challenge

LONDON, Ont. -- The Trucking For Wishes charity is working to reach the quarter-million dollar mark for monies raised for Make-A-Wish Canada through a Facebook challenge.


LONDON, Ont. — The Trucking For Wishes charity is working to reach the quarter-million dollar mark for monies raised for Make-A-Wish Canada through a Facebook challenge.

Between now and Truck World, to be held in Mississauga April 19, NAL Insurance has agreed to donate $1 to Make-A-Wish Canada for every “like” they receive on its Facebook page (www.facebook.com/NALinsurance).

Over the last five years, Trucking For Wishes has raised more than $200,000 for the Canadian charity, which grants wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

“With the continued support of our corporate and individual donations, we believe we can surpass $250,000 this year,” says Aaron Lindsay, fleet services manager at NAL Insurance and founder of Trucking For Wishes.

Truck World will also see the return of NAL’s “Money Booth, ” which gives show attendees a chance to win cash and prizes via an air-charged, money-filled booth, with all proceeds going to Trucking For Wishes.

“Trucking for Wishes is a fun way we can interact with our customers and help give back on behalf of the trucking industry,” Lindsay says.

For more information, visit http://truckingforwishes.com.


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1 Comment » for Trucking For Wishes aiming to hit $250,000 mark with Facebook challenge
  1. Nancy Cowie (MOM) & Glenn Cowie says:

    I like your charity a lot, THANK-YOU for allyour hard work.

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