December 2016 Charity
"In December of 2010, Dan Regenold, CEO of Frame USA, had a vision: to fill an entire 54’ foot semi-truck for a local charity. He knew this would be his biggest charitable giving project and would need a team to assist him. He put together a team of giving coordinators consisting of: packers, donation collectors, marketing/pr professionals, and more, to help coordinate this massive event in under 30 days. By the end of December, Frame USA ended up needing a second truck because they over filled their semi by 7%. This resulted in 833 boxes and over 30 skids equaling more than 22,200 donations!
This year, the 2016 vision is to fill multiple trucks and provide substantial donations to each charity. We have partnered with several businesses and corporate partners.
We are collecting donations to fill the truck. Even just basic things such as toilet paper, personal care items, winter clothing, and bedding can have a profound impact for those who are in need. Please consider donating an item today through our website, or if you would rather just donate cash please see our Cash Donations Page."
To help with the vision, Frame USA will be donating to Fill The Truck in appreciation for your online order for the month of December.
We are proud to support this great organization. Be sure to donate during the checkout process to help us support this great charity!
Here are a few of the charities we have supported over the years:
American Cancer Society
American Diabetes Association
Children's Home of Northern Kentucky
Children’s Safe Drinking Water
Foundation for Survivors of Sexual Abuse
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Health Care Connection
Kidney Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run
The Fresh Air Fund
The Wild Animal Sanctuary
Tony Snow Scholarship Fund
Valley Interfaith Food & Clothing Center
Visionaries and Voices
Project Listen to Life
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
National Down Syndrome Association
One Laptop Per Child Foundation
Pasta for Pennies
Wounded Warrior Project
American Red Cross Louisiana Floods Relief
The Salvation Army