The UPS Foundation enables non-profit organizations to better serve communities around the world, combining employees’ skill, passion and time with our logistics expertise, transportation assets and charitable donations to make a measurable difference in society. Over the years, UPS employees have donated hundreds of volunteer hours to Boys and Girls Clubs across Canada.
This state-of-the-art interactive program uses classroom instruction and virtual driving simulators to prepare teens for the real roads and teach them how to be safe drivers. The Road Code initiative is based on the concept of skilled volunteerism, transferring knowledge and skills from UPS drivers who volunteer to oversee the program and facilitate hands-on training.
For youth aged 13 – 18
About The UPS Foundation
Founded in 1951, The UPS Foundation has been helping build stronger and more resilient communities around the world. In 2013, UPS and UPS employees invested over 1.8 million volunteer hours and more than $100 million dollars in charitable giving around the world. For more information, visit The UPS Foundation at ups.com/foundation.