This program provides the use of intermodal equipment and rail service throughout the CSXT rail network, and provides these organizations with an opportunity to reduce or eliminate their transportation spending.
CSX and The Conservation Fund have embarked on an effort to improve Americans' access to fresh, healthy food by offering Healthy Food Transportation Grants to organizations that distribute fresh produce/perishable food in the 23 states where CSX operates.
CSX is proud to work with national, regional and local partners in our key focus areas of safety, community, wellness and environment. Explore each of the partnerships and their outcomes in more detail on our Non-Profit Partners page.
The following Partner Grants, made possible in part by CSX, are available to those who qualify. A list of grants that have already been awarded, including awardees and outcomes, is available under Awarded Grants.
For more than 70 years, the Santa Train has made the holidays brighter for the residents of Appalachia. In a holiday tradition like no other, the Santa Train travels 110 miles from Shelby, Ky., to Kingsport, Tenn., with Santa and his helpers giving out more than 15 tons of clothing, food, toys and gifts at stops along the way.
CSX Uses NASCAR Sponsorship At The Brickyard 400 As An Opportunity To Connect With Three Key Audiences
CSX recently utilized its primary sponsorship with Front Row Motorsports and its participation in the Brickyard 400 as an opportunity to connect with three key audiences: employees, NASCAR fans, and FFA, one of its major non-profit partners. CSX continues to use NASCAR to spread the importance of safety around railroad tracks and investment in community service, through car sponsorship, guest and employee events and social media messaging.
During the Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis, IN, the Play It Safe campaign was on display at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the largest sports venue by capacity in the world. Over 100,000 guests watched the #34 car take 160 laps around the track.
In addition, CSX and the National FFA Organization made history by having the No. 38 FFA + CSX Living to Serve Ford become the first car to represent the 87-year-old agricultural education and youth service organization as a primary sponsor in a NASCAR race. The Sprint Cup Series racecar, driven by Moffitt's Front Row teammate David Gilliland, featured a blue, gold and white paint scheme with the FFA emblem on the hood.