Welcome to the Car Donation Community

Welcome to our community website about car donations. We are dedicated to bringing you the latest information on charitable auto donation programs, and I am very proud to present the research we’ve done regarding this field in each of the cities (sometimes states) . This site was started to give people information the about how to find donation programs, take care of your car for pickup, look for a donor to pass along your car’s legacy, and much more.

As you will read in this site, there are many 3rd party auto donation people out there that take a large cut of your car’s worth. This kind of activity takes away from the REAL DONATION CENTERS that need the money to support a good cause and we thought that the consumer should know about this. So we hired a team to research all the programs in each of these metro areas and the resulting site is what we found.

We don’t necessarily endorse any single one of these charities (although I think they all are some of the best out there), rather our focus was to point out some of the more worthy ones in each metro area to empower the donor to make an informed decision.

All in all, this website will bring needed information to the car donation world. We look forward to you participation by leaving comments and posting articles and questions. Thanks for coming, take a look around.

Thanks SO much for visiting, we REALLY Appreciate your support.
Phil Michaels

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  • We have a car donation program, you can get access to us at http://www.habitatsanjose.org

  • Rachel Martinez says:

    I am looking for a car to be donated to me by a charity organization. I dont have a vehicle and need transportation to have a job to make money to feed my kids. Do you know where I can get a car? Thank You.

  • marcela s. velandres says:

    DEAR BROTHER AND SISTER:

    WE FROM JESUS AKING PANGINOON MINISTRY, INC., PHILIPPINES ARE REQUESTING YOUR SUPPORT FOR US TO HAVE A SERVICE VEHICLE THAT WE CAN USE TO SPREAD THE GOOD NEWS TO THE POOR ABOUT SALVATION AND LOVE OF JESUS CHRIST TO EVERY ONE OF US.
    GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS WITH HIS PEACE AND JOY FOREVER, AMEN.

    PTR. MARCELA S. VELANDRES
    Senior Pastor

  • I admire the help you provide do you have a sister company in scotland – I am in the position of having my car vadalised 2 years ago and not been able to financially get another one. While I had the car I felt it was not mine but God’s and used appropriately. Maybe it is not Gods will at the mom but I feel if I was mobile I could do ‘so much more good!’. Please get back
    thank you

  • Jim Edmiston says:

    I could not find any info on car donation programs or a list of chairities to donate to. How does this site work? Thank you, Jim.

  • tO OKEYO says:

    Can we get a car for charity work in Kenya
    Tom

  • FAF says:

    Tuesday, May 3, 2005

    Dear,
    Hello,

    We are looking for a donated pick-up truck or 4×4 SUV truck that will be used to transport books from the port of the interior city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Currently, books are being transported by Msgr. Gilbert Kalumbu by bicycle. We have assisted Msgr. Kalumbu with the large shipping container for the 100+ boxes of books, which have been donated for the library in Kinshasa. He has worked very hard and is the founder of the library. Without a vehicle, he will not be able to take the books for the children of the Congo. Your help and assistance will be greatly appreciated. May the Lord Our God continue to bless all his children who are in a position to serve others.

    Thank you, for your generous contribution and support for a very worthy cause.

    Peace and Blessings,
    Mrs. Higginbotham
    Assistant to the President
    (301) 627-3346; 3347

  • Jamie Taylor says:

    I am a single mother about to be homeless. My parents have givin me a roof for my daughter and I. They are selling the house and moving to Galveston Tx. I have been trying to work, but I have no transportation forcing me to quit jobs. I had to drop out of college and lose exelent career oppertunities because of this. If anybody had advice, I need help.

  • Vehicles that may not mean a lot to you can make a difference in the lives of families in need by donating them to Habitat for Humanity’s Cars for Homes program.

    Donated cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles, RVs and other vehicles are sold and the funds raised help build simple, decent homes in partnership with low-income families. Donors receive an acknowledgement letter for their vehicle donation they may use for tax purposes if they itemize deductions. Vehicle, title and contact information is collected, and upon acceptance of the vehicle, arrangements are made for the vehicle, keys and title to be picked up.

    For information on how you can help eliminate poverty housing and homelessness, and potentially qualify for tax benefits for your vehicle donation, call Habitat for Humanity Cars for Homes at 1-877-277-HFHI (4344) or visit http://www.carsforhomes.org

    Quick tips for donating a vehicle;

    — Make sure the nonprofit organization is reputable by being familiar with its purpose and work in the community. Check with the local Better Business Bureau or similar organization to see if the nonprofit is in good standing.

    — Inquire what percent of the vehicle’s sales go directly to the nonprofit organization. Habitat for Humanity receives between 70 and 85 percent of the total donation (after towing fees, etc.).

    — Make sure the tower is licensed and insured and the donated vehicle will be sold through a licensed dealer.

    — Sign the vehicle’s title directly to the nonprofit organization or their certified agent.

    — Ask the nonprofit organization how funds from the donated vehicle will be used.

  • Vehicles gain new life by helping build Habitat for Habitat homes
    Year-end tips for donating tax-deductible used vehicles to a worthy cause

    AMERICUS, Ga. (Dec. 14, 2004) — Vehicles that may not mean a lot to you can make a difference in the lives of families in need by donating them to Habitat for Humanity’s Cars for Homes program.

    Donated cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles, RVs and other vehicles are sold and the funds raised help build simple, decent homes in partnership with low-income families. Donors receive an acknowledgement letter for their vehicle donation they may use for tax purposes if they itemize deductions. Vehicle, title and contact information is collected, and upon acceptance of the vehicle, arrangements are made for the vehicle, keys and title to be picked up.

    For information on how you can help eliminate poverty housing and homelessness, and potentially qualify for tax benefits for your vehicle donation, call Habitat for Humanity Cars for Homes at 1-877-277-HFHI (4344) or visit http://www.carsforhomes.org

    Quick tips for donating a vehicle:
    — Make sure the nonprofit organization is reputable by being familiar with its purpose and work in the community. Check with the local Better Business Bureau or similar organization to see if the nonprofit is in good standing.
    — Inquire what percent of the vehicle’s sales go directly to the nonprofit organization. Habitat for Humanity receives between 70 and 85 percent of the total donation (after towing fees, etc.) through the Cars for Homes program.
    — Make sure the tower is licensed and insured and the donated vehicle will be sold through a licensed dealer.
    — Sign the vehicle’s title directly to the nonprofit organization or their certified agent.
    — Ask the nonprofit organization how funds from the donated vehicle will be used.

  • Anonymous says:

    i dont have a car to donate but i i kow a real needy famaly

  • Pamela says:

    I am in great need of a car, where do I go in San Diego to get help. I need one really bad for more work. Help Please.

  • nina galicia says:

    i am a single mother of four i am 19 and im not allowed to work because i am disabled …im really struggling my only source of incom is an ssi check every month but i have mouths to feed i cant afford a vehicle …i really am in desperate need of a donation of a vehicle i have alot of apts to go to and i have to take the kids with me theyre only babies and toddlers plz i live in tampa fl i need help

  • Mike says:

    Hi, nice posts there 🙂 thank’s for the interesting information

  • Matt says:

    Hello. I am in need of a vehicle for my family, work and doctors visits for my 8 month old son. I ride my bike to and from work about 12.5 miles a day. I am currently not able to purchase a car. Any help would greatly be appreciated. I am in Woodstock just north of Atlanta. THanks You.

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