Donate to the New Brunswick Floods Appeal


Across New Brunswick, residents are affected by severe spring flooding as water levels reach historic levels. A sudden spike in temperature caused a rapid snow melt. This, combined with a lot of rain in the region, has led to intense flooding.

The Canadian trucking industry is once again taking the lead to help communities in need. Through Trucks For Change Network, Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association, and Canadian Trucking Alliance, highway carriers are working with Red Cross logistics teams to distribute water, first aid, cots, blankets, cleanup kits and hygiene supplies to those affected.

Donations to the Canadian Red Cross will be used for immediate and ongoing relief efforts, long term recovery, resiliency and preparedness in New Brunswick and Atlantic Canada. Your tax deductible corporate or personal donation made through this portal will be counted as part of our industry’s collective response to the Red Cross New Brunswick Floods Appeal.

Thank you for joining our industry in support of Canadians in need.

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"When man finally learns to control the elements... When the winds will be quiet and the earth cannot be torn apart...When there will be no loneliness... no destitution... no war... When the last hungry man, woman or child is fed... Only then will there be no need for the Red Cross."
Albert Schweitzer – Nobel Peace Prize winner