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Get help shipping items for disaster relief, animal adoption, charitable donations, special events and more.

The Highway to Help program assists charities and non-profit organizations with their shipping needs. Our service providers donate their time and get rewarded for transporting charitable shipments. Together, we have transported hundreds of items for those in need.

Shipping Customers

If you need to ship an item for a charity or non-profit organization, let our community of carriers assist you.

  • No service charges
  • Compare quotes. No obligations.
  • Trusted & peer reviewed service providers

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Service Providers

Offer your services to transport charitable shipments for free or at a discount and earn valuable feedback points from the community.
Help us help those in need.

  • No match fees
  • Receive charitable shipment badges on your profile
  • Get your profile featured on special uShip pages

How It Works

In times of need, many individuals and organizations donate goods and supplies to distribute to others. uShip transporters are often willing and able to volunteer their services to deliver these goods.

The Highway to Help program connects shippers in need with transporters who are able to provide delivery services at little to no cost. List your shipment as a charitable shipment to receive bids or offers from available service providers. Shippers get affordable transportation service. Transporters get the peace-of-mind from helping out the community, and valuable feedback points.

Watch a video of our charity project with Survivor’s Jeff Probst.

uShip Team Volunteers

uShip employees in front of Help on Wheels RV

uShip sponsors many charitable shipments from the volunteer efforts of our team. Look for our Help on Wheels RV out on the road.


"3 Dogs Saved from HIGH KILL SHELTER"

Jimmy with Windsor Services is 100% dedicated and goes ABOVE & BEYOND. He did not charge to transport 3 dogs to a sanctuary from Texas to Oregon. He kept us updated every few hours and wants to make more trips to help high risk dogs.

-Patricia R