Philanthropic initiatives involving the trucking and construction industries, from serving drivers and family needs to industry programs that serve our funding priorities.
Organizations and programs requesting funding will be evaluated based on the following:
All requests must correlate to our funding priorities listed above.
Requests must be made only for programs that serve the West Alabama region
and our remote offices across the country. Reference randallreilly.com for a list
of our regional offices.
Organizations must be in healthy financial standing.
Organizations must be able to provide information regarding allocation of funds
and/or successes of funded programs.
Ineligible Organizations and Requests
Please note that Randall-Reilly is unable to consider funding requests for the following:
Organizations or programs engaged in controversial issues or controversial tactics for advocacy. Controversial issues are those that divide our community, and controversial tactics are extreme or unlawful actions that can harm people and/or property.
Political candidates, causes, or committees
Faith-based or religious programs whose primary purpose is the promotion of a particular faith, doctrine, or ideology.
Animal rights, welfare, and services
Tournaments, events, and banquets/luncheons where the funds do not directly serve our funding priorities
Athletic events and programs that do not directly serve our funding priorities
To request funding, please mail the following information to:
(Attn: Director of Corporate Philanthropy)
3200 Rice Mine Road NE
Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
or email the following to:
Organization name and brief description
Description of the purpose of the contribution and who will benefit from the
Statement of stability (financial statement, board of directors, funding sources)
IRS letter of tax-exempt charitable status under Section 501(c)3
Description of how the organization will follow up with Randall-Reilly on the
Do you currently have a Randall-Reilly sponsor?
Have you received funding from Randall-Reilly in the past?