Positive Payload has already donated to two charity organizations that represent the embodiment of what this program is about. The first is the Building Goodness Foundation (BGF) that is based out of Charlottesville, VA. BG works in various communities all around the world from Honduras and Costa Rica to Mississippi and Colorado, partnering with local contractors, craftsmen, and volunteers to build community centers, women’s centers, and homes.
The second is Operation Finally Home, based out of New Braunfels, Texas. Operation Finally Home was founded in 2005 as a non-profit dedicated to building custom-built, mortgage-free homes for American Veterans and the widows of fallen soldiers. Partnering with corporate sponsors, builder associations, builders, developers, and volunteers, Operation Finally Home welcomes our service men and women back by providing them with a house they can call their own. Positive Payload will be selecting two winners twice a year, once in thesummer and once in the winter.
To enter a charity you know of or work with that meets the eligibility requirements, all you have to do is go to: https://www.americantrucks.com/positive-payload.html and fill out the form with the appropriate information. The person who nominates the chosen charity will also receive $200 and a free t-shirt. The Positive Payload program has no end date and will be offered indefinitely. By investing in the community and supporting the hardworking men and women volunteering their time and their American-made Trucks, we hope to make a positive difference that will impact the lives of many for years to come.