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Corporate Giving Ryder Charitable Foundation

"Giving back in the communities where we work and live is an inherent part of our culture." – Robert E. Sanchez, Chairman & CEO, Ryder System, Inc.

$25M in support to charitable organizations since 2010

$20M for disaster relief, health, community, and safety initiatives

$5M to students for higher education including supply chain management and vocational skills

Disaster Relief

We support nationwide disaster relief efforts by doing what we do best - logistics, supply chain, and transportation. We focus dollars, transportation services, and expertise on helping the American Red Cross prepare for disasters and get critical aid where it’s needed.

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Hunger and Food Insecurity

The number of people experiencing food insecurity is expected to nearly triple nationally as a result of the pandemic, according to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization. Ryder supports local Feeding America food banks in many communities where our employees live and work with funding, dedicated volunteers, transportation, and supply chain expertise.

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Education and Skills Training

Ryder expands opportunity and diversity in our industry by investing in education and training for future leaders in supply chain and transportation fields. The Ryder Charitable Foundation funds research, scholarships, and internships at some of the nation’s leading universities including Georgia Tech, Howard University, and the University of Tennessee. Through Women in Trucking and SkillsUSA Ryder also funds scholarships in vocational skills training for future diesel technicians and certified drivers.

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Leaders at work and in their communities, military veterans are an integral part of Ryder’s success. We are committed to supporting America’s veterans who often face unique challenges related to their service to our country. Ryder supports Hiring Our Heroes, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce initiative that connects veterans, transitioning service members and military spouses with meaningful employment opportunities.

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Collaboration Grants

Employee-driven collaboration with charitable organizations support and improve community health, education, equality, and well-being. Here are just some of our charitable partners: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Daughters Against Alzheimer’s, Easterseals, Feeding America, Girl Scouts, Goodwill Industries,

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