Searching for a Charitable Shipment Program?
By Leslie Hsu of uShip.com
It’s pretty clear our economy is not in the greatest condition. Many non-profit and charity organizations have felt the negative impact from this recession. Even those of us who were able to give freely before can only give sparingly this year or not at all. These organizations still need our help.
Our equine shipping business, uShip.com, recently launched a charitable shipment program called Highway to Help. Recent disasters have shown the need for a coordinated effort in transporting horses, feed, equipment, or anything else necessary in an emergency. Our workers at Highway to Help get great satisfaction providing people with a way to help animals.
There shouldn’t have to be a crisis before people want to start giving. Charity categories such as education, food banks, and animal rescues need help on a daily basis, and now Highway to Help is able to provide shipping solutions year round, free of charge.
While we enjoy helping others save money, our users seem to share the same philosophy. When a crisis strikes America, we receive thousands of emails from our users asking if they can ship charitable items in need or if they can help transport the items for free.
Highway to Help essentially works the same as the original, auction-style uShip marketplace. If you want to donate a charitable shipment, it is posted on our Highway to Help site, and then a service provider will select the shipment and get in contact with you arrange it. The key difference in the Highway to Help program is that it is free of shipping fees. There are no costs to ship! Just your donation. This holiday season, Give a Ship!
For any of your shipping needs keep uShip.com in mind. Written by Leslie Hsu of uShip.com, an auction-style marketplace for Horse Transport.
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