Boomerang Transport Supports Cancer Services Giving back to the community is something that the owners of Boomerang Transport feel strongly about.  That is why a portion of all proceeds are donated to a cause that is near and dear to our hearts.  All drivers on the fleet are able to designate a charity of their choosing, and Boomerang Transport will donate to that charity on their behalf.

Every loaded mile each driver logs builds a donation amount, and that total donation is made on their behalf twice per yer- once on Mother’s Day, and the other on December 5th.  Each driver must be active with our company during the donation period to qualify.  As a company, Boomerang Transport has selected its beneficiary to be Cancer Services.  Most of us have a friend or family member who has battled cancer, and we are still barely scratching the surface when it comes to breakthroughs in research and technology.  Boomerang Transport is proud to do its part. Help support the fight against cancer, knowing that by using Boomerang’s services you are making a difference.

Want to donate now?  That’s the spirit!  Please visit the Cancer Services Donation Page.


Total Donated To Date: $118,099.81


Most recent donation information:

*Donation date – 5/13/18, Recipients-


Cancer Services
Environmental Defense Fund
The Nature Conservancy
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Carbon Tax Center
Everytown for Gun Safety
Levine’s Children’s Hospital
Brunswick County Young Life
American Cancer Society
Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation
National Adrenal Diseases Foundation
Planned Parenthood
Pretty In Pink
Acadiana Animal Aid
Adonai’s Mercy House
Aid Atlanta
Alheimers Foundation of America
Als Association
Alzheimer’s Association
America Cancer Society
American Diabetes Association
American Heart Association
American Lung Association
American Red Cross
ateam ministries
Autism Speaks
Big Brothers Big sisters of America
Billy Graham Library
Birmingham Jewish Federation
Black Women for Wellness
Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County
Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Brenner Children Hospital
Children International
Coptic Orphans
Crisis Control Ministries in Winston Salem
Dan River Church
Daniel Foundation of Jacksonville
Dave Thomas Foundation
Direct Relief
Epilepsy Foundation North Carolina
Florida Breast Cancer Foundation
Focus on the Family
Forever Pets Animal rescue and adoptions
Gary Sinise Foundation
Grace Ministries/Neighbor to Neighbor
Habitat For Humanity
Heart Association
Honor Flight Top of Virginia
Hope for Paws
Hope pregnancy center
Hospice Foundation of America
Housing Opportunities of Northern Delaware
Humane Society
Jaylens Challenge Foundation, Inc
Kingsport Theatre Guild
Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad
Lupus Foundation of America
Make a Wish Foundation
Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina
Manna Food Bank
March of Dimes
Marliere Hospice Care Center
Martha’s Home
Michael J Fox
MS Society
National Association of Diabetes
National Brain Tumor Society
National Kidney Foundation
New Kingdom of Judah Ministries
Nicklaus Children Hospital
Ovarian Cancer
Parkinson Disease
Paws with a Cause
Planned Parenthood
Red Cross
Relay For Life
Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County
Riley’s Children Foundation
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Georgia
Saint Jude Children’s Hospital
Salvation Army
Samaritan’s Purse
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina
Serenity House Drug & Alcohol Treatment
Shiloh Baptist Church
Southeast Mississippi Chapter Of The American Red Cross
Southeastern Assistance in Healthcare(SAIH)
Spartanburg 1st Church of the Nazarene
Spartanburg First Church of the Nazarene
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
St.Luke’s Health Foundation
Step Up For Soldiers
Strong Tower at Washington Park
Susan G. Komen Foundation
The Breast Cancer Charities of America
The Humane Society
The Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Researc
The Mighty River Project
The Nashville Humane Association (NHA)
The Pantry Plus More
Trinity Presbyterian Church
United Way of the CSRA
We Are Their Voices
Winston Salem Urban League
Wounded Warriors Foundation

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