2020 : Kona Ice Cream
I-80 Forklift finds a unique way to give to a local non-profit while supporting a local small business.
I-80 Forklift hired Kona Ice of Vacaville to treat 30 residents and staff members at the local homeless shelter to a sweet treat of flavored, shaved ice. “It’s important to Rick and I to continue our support of non-profits that are close to our heart, as well as, support local small businesses; especially during this unprecedented times", says Michelle Strand of I-80 Forklift.
2019 : Cocktails for a Cause
Interstate 80 in support of Cocktails for a Cause benefiting our local homeless shelter Opportunity House.
2020 : Easter Donation
I-80 Forklift donates Chocolate Bunnies (seen in front of baskets) to local homeless shelter, The Opportunity House, to help the kids at the shelter have an extra special Easter morning.
2018 : Technical Training Grants
2017 : Stop Hunger Now
I-80 Forklift donated their time to assist the community in packaging 25,000 meals to be donated to those in need. For more information about this organization visit their website at www.stophungernow.org
2017 : Toyota NHRA “Mellow Yellow" Sonoma Nationals
I-80 Forklift sponsored professional motorcyclist, Steve Johnson, in this years races at Sears Point Raceways.
2016: Interstate 80 Forklift keeps finding ways to give back
By Connie Lannan
When Michelle and Rick Strand founded Interstate 80 Forklift in Vacaville, California, in 2008, they made it their mission to not only serve their customers, but also give back to their community. Eight years later, that commitment is stronger than ever, with the company participating in more large charitable events each year.
2016 : Customer Appreciation Day @ Oakland A’s Game
I-80 Forklift treated some of their valued customers to an A’s Game in a box suite.
The Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, CA 94621
2016 : Convoy Of Hope
Interstate 80 Forklift volunteered their time and equipment in this years Convoy of Hope. “We were truly blessed to be a part of such a worthy event that touched thousands of lives that day."
“On behalf of all of us at Convoy of Hope, thank you for giving your time to show compassion to those in need. You played a major part in our work to bring hope to families in Concord.
In all, 1,490 volunteers provided more than 5,000 Guests of Honor with a poverty-free day. There were smiles everywhere as the less fortunate received free services, groceries, shoes and much more.
The numbers tell it all: more than 3,200 pairs of shoes were distributed, 1,563 family portraits were taken, 591 haircuts given and 15,000 packages of Plum Organics baby food were handed out, among many other services and products.
Our partner, the National Breast Cancer Foundation, also provided resources and education to nearly 1,200 women. But what you saw at the event is just a small piece of the many things we do at Convoy of Hope.
We also feed nearly 150,000 children around the world, help survivors of disasters, empower women with opportunities to support their families through job training, and we teach third-world farmers to increase their yields.
Our incredible work only happens because of friends like you."