Congratulations to Haley for being the Lead Truck in Woodstock for 2018. Trucking for a Cure operates two convoys in Prescott and Woodstock each year. Learn more at http://www.truckingforacure.com
The Lead Pedal Podcast interviewed Jack Logan the emcee for the last two Woodstock Convoys about his involvement with the convoy and how he became involved in the convoy. Trucking for a Cure has two convoys in Prescott and Woodstock Ontario helping drive out cancer one truck at a time. Learn more at http://www.truckingforacure.com
The top ten drivers for the Prescott and Woodstock convoys raised $21,784 for Trucking For A Cure through their dedication and hard work. Thank you to all the drivers for raising much need funds in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Our "Top Ten Fundraisers" for Woodstock 2015 1) Joanne Hayward - $5,795.00 (Hayward … Continue reading Top Ten Drivers raise over $20,000 for convoys
*Commitment award is in recognition of individuals who have demonstrated excellence in fundraising fostering a spirit of volunteerism, and who exemplifies a commitment to Trucking for a Cure. Here are the Commitment Awards for 2015: Stephanie Schroeder - Cervus Equipment Gord Baird - Challenger Laura Horner - Highland Transport Lynda Baker - TA Travel Center … Continue reading Commitment Award Winners for 2015
With the addition of the second convoy last year we were all looking for a break over the Holiday Season. Now that we have come to the end of January we are starting to get things organized for 2015. We are always looking for team members especially with two convoys in the mix. If interested … Continue reading Gearing up for another year!
We have a few new faces joining our Team Cure committee John Fraser, Sabrina Hirani & keith McCaslin we welcome you all to our driving force. Keith also a fellow driver at Highland, has put decals on his truck with the foundation pink ribbon & our Trucking for a Cure name & looks amazing!
At the gala awards on April 27 2013 volunteer role model Shayla Barker spoke about why she became a volunteer and the amount of commitment required to be successful. Check out her guest speech here.