A TOWN-WIDE SUPPLIES DRIVE FOR DISASTER RELIEF
...To fill an entire 53-foot tractor-trailer with donated supplies for those affected by disaster.
The Tractor-Trailer Challenge ™ unites town residents, organizations, schools, and businesses, by challenging them to come together for the greater good, to complete this mission within one weekend at their local park.
The tractor-trailers are graciously donated by local trucking companies, which also provide transport to the disaster locations for distribution.
The Tractor-Trailer Challenge™ is solely run by volunteers, most between the ages of 7 and 16, and their parents.
South Jersey was challenged to fill a 53ft tractor-trailer with relief supplies in one weekend for victims of Hurricane Ida in Louisiana.
....And they did just that!
Approximately 300 vehicles with 100's of people, came through the drop-off area, donating supplies and heartfelt best wishes to those in Louisiana.
The community came together for the greater good, to help people in the worst times of their lives, all of whom they will likely never meet.
Together, we can do great things in kindness.