Our Employees are The Dayton Difference!
Over the holidays, many of our Service Centers gave back to their local communities. Dayton Freight is proud of these philanthropic efforts and we thank our employees for their generosity and participation. Thank you for showing The Dayton Difference.
Our Tomah Service Center participated in the Adopt a Child
program with their local police department and adopted 23 children.
Fort Wayne raised $600 to donate gifts to Whitington Homes and Services, who
sponsor local families.
Indianapolis sent two bulk boxes full of donations to the Marines’ Toys for Tots.
The Cincinnati team sponsored a giving tree through
Yellow Ribbon Support Center and sent supplies to benefit
South Bend employees rallied to donate to Toys for Tots
and sent over a trailer full of donations.
Cleveland hosted its second annual 50/50 Christmas Raffle with the proceeds fulfilling
the wish lists of 16 children through St. Vincent DePaul Society.
The Lexington Service Center adopted a local family in need and hand delivered over
100 wrapped gifts and non-perishable food items.
Nashville adopted a family for Christmas, raising over $900 in
gift cards used to buy clothes and toys.
Milwaukee employees donated and personally delivered a barrel
full of toys to The Salvation Army.
Brownstown hosted a food drive to benefit a local church and fed four in need
families on Christmas.
Cedar Rapids donated hundreds of pounds of food items to
The Boys and Girls Club of Cedar Rapids.
Omaha raised money for local police, which was used to provide clothing, groceries
and gas gift cards for children and families in need.
The Detroit team sponsored a Salvation Army Angel Tree and six employees
volunteered to hand out the gifts to families in need.
Our Joliet Service Center partnered with the Roman Catholic
Diocese of Joliet to sponsor a family and deliver gifts to their