LaserShip has more than three decades of last-mile delivery experience and a history of providing critical support through in-kind delivery services, logistics and transportation consulting, volunteer time, and financial contributions.
To us, giving is more than writing a check. It’s a long-term commitment and responsibility to improve the communities we operate in and serve every day. It’s combining our logistics and last-mile delivery expertise, transportation assets, and the skills and passion of our employees to deliver a difference.
Now, more than ever, hunger organizations need our support. LaserShip has developed partnerships with local food banks to help drive their mission through grants, volunteer events, and transportation support.
With our geographical footprint and infrastructure spanning 21 states and the nation’s capital, LaserShip is uniquely positioned to help deliver emergency supplies such as water, food, and clothing to areas affected by natural disasters.
LaserShip is an official member of the Workplace Partnership for Life, a national initiative bringing together the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the organ donation community with workplaces to help increase organ donation awareness.
We’ve arranged for the delivery of thousands of meals to Northern Virginia families in need as part of our partnership with Food for Others.
LaserShip helped Inova Health System deliver supplies across its network. With the COVID-19 outbreak, the hospital had an increased amount of PPE and other medical supplies, and needed to get them from place-to-place within the network safely and quickly. Our team volunteered our expertise and resources to make these deliveries happen.
We’ve raised money for the Simon Keith Foundation and its mission to support youth who have undergone lifesaving organ transplants who want to return to an active and healthy lifestyle.
We’ve partnered with the Nashville General Hospital Foundation to deliver nutrient-dense, shelf-stable food on a weekly basis to individuals and families struggling with food insecurity in Davidson County.
We believe in joining forces with like-minded community partners and organizations to positively impact the areas we serve. If you are a nonprofit or community-based organization that works in our priority areas of hunger relief, disaster recovery, or health improvement, please contact us below.
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