Car Donation Charities in The State of California
The charities listed in this section accept vehicle donations in the state of California
Population: 33,871,648 (2000 census)
Total Area: 163,707 square miles
Population per square mile: 217
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|Berkeley Richmond Jewish Community Center|
Our Center was primarily founded to serve the large Jewish community residing in Berkeley and the surrounding areas. BRJCC was founded in 1980 and moved to our current national landmark building in 1987.
Our educational, cultural, social and recreational and fitness programs are designed to reflect the diverse needs of our community. Programs, are created to include children, traditional and non-traditional families, intercultural families, singles, adults and seniors.
All programs emphasize and celebrate Jewish values and culture, and all are open to the whole community.
Cars, boats, trucks and vans are all welcome, working or not. We provide you with an easy way to support BRJCC and get that older vehicle out of your way.
Bluewater Network works to stop environmental damage from vehicles and vessels, and to protect human health and the planet by reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Bluewater is a division of Friends of the Earth - the U.S. voice of the world's largest network of environmental groups with one million supporters in 70 countries across five continents.
Bluewater Network can arrange for your car to be sold at public auction with the proceeds going toward our vital environmental protection work. We accept most vehicles, running or not.
|Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe|
In every community, boys and girls are left to find their own recreation and companionship in the streets. An increasing number of children are at home with no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them.
Boys & Girls Clubs offer that and more. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.
Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow -- all while having fun. It is truly The Positive Place For Kids.
Cars, boats, trucks and vans are all welcome, working or not. Let us deal with the paperwork and vehicle removal while you receive the tax benefit!
|California Council of the Blind|
Founded in May of 1934, the California Council of the Blind, CCB, is a non-profit IRS- exempt organization comprised of blind, visually impaired and sighted Californians with a broad diversity of interests and professions. CCB provides scholarships for blind students, advocates for rehabilitation reform, and leads the way in improving public access and transportation, education and technology.
Thank you for your interest in donating a vehicle to the California Council of the Blind. We're happy to say that the California Council of the Blind has bolstered vital programs through funding obtained by this vehicle donation program. Your donation helps the California Council of the Blind increase their contributions to the public good! Thank you for your donation.
The California Council of the Blind offers a highly specialized program where you can donate a car, truck, trailer, recreational vehicle, boat, etc., as well as lots and real estate. The California Council of the Blind is a 501-C3 nonprofit charitable corporation.
Captive Daughters is the first anti-trafficking group established in California. We focus solely on ending the sexual bondage of female adolescents and children. The organization was inspired by the founding director's stay in Nepal, where she learned firsthand about sex trafficking. Upon returning to the United States in 1995 she began researching trafficking and discovered a fragile network of groups struggling to educate the public on trafficking both here and abroad. In an effort to strengthen that movement, she and a committed group of individuals established Captive Daughters as a non-profit organization in 1997.
Donate your vehicle to help Captive Daughters. We are accepting cars, trucks, vans, RV's, boats, and even planes. We will come out, pick up your car, do all the paperwork and help you get a tax deduction for the value of your vehicle.
|Chico Cat Coalition|
The mission of the Chico Cat Coalition is to rescue the feral and abandoned domestic cats from lower Bidwell Park. In conjunction with this mission, the Chico Cat Coalition provides the rescued cats with veterinary care and spray or neuter sugeries, and fosters them until they are adopted into permanent homes. The Chico Cat Coalition also seeks to increase public awareness about responsible cat care, the necessity of spaying and neutering, and the consequences of cat abandonment.
Your generous vehicle donation will help rescue feral and abandoned domestic cats from lower Bidwell Park and will provide veterinary care, surgeries, and fostering for cats awaiting adoption into permanent homes. Call any of the seven days a week, to arrange cost-free, hassle-free pick-up of your car, truck, van, RV, boat or plane at your home or office. Then take a tax deduction, when you itemize, for the fair market value of the vehicle. Donating is fast and easy.
|Family Emergency Shelter Coalition|
FESCO - the Family Emergency Shelter Coalition - is a nonprofit organization comprised of over 30 churches and community members in the Hayward, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo and San Leandro, California areaÖreaching out to serve homeless families with food, shelter, clothing, counseling and links to community resources.
FESCO accepts donations of cars, securities and property. Vehicle Donation Processing Center, Inc. now handles automobile donations for FESCO. Proceeds of sales provide shelter and services for homeless families with children, as well as tax deductions for donors.
|Friends of the Urban Forest|
Since 1981, Friends of the Urban Forest has provided financial, technical, and practical assistance to San Franciscans for:
Each year, Friends of the Urban Forest helps communities plant over 1,500 trees. Neighbors organize the plantings. Friends of the Urban Forest obtains permits, removes sidewalk concrete, supplies tools and materials and selects, purchases and delivers the trees. On planting day, Friends of the Urban Forest volunteers work side-by-side with residents. After the work is done, everyone celebrates over a community lunch.
In 1995, Friends of the Urban Forest formally instituted Tree Care to improve tree health and to increase survival rates. Friends of the Urban Forestís certified arborists, assisted by volunteers and trainees, prune and restake existing street trees. Tree Care aims to provide essential maintenance services and to educate neighbors, through mailings and hands-on assistance, on how to care for their trees.
Community Involvement and Youth Education
Friends of the Urban Forest seeks to increase public awareness and appreciation of the importance of trees to San Francisco. In addition to its newsletter and other periodic publications, it offers tree tours, quarterly pruning workshops, and leadership training.
Friends of the Urban Forestís Youth Tree Care Program, which trains economically disadvantaged youth in planting and tree care, encourages young people to engage with their communities and introduces them to careers in urban forestry. Friends of the Urban Forest is committed to expanding this well-received program.
In all its programs, Friends of the Urban Forest seeks to improve our Cityís environment, build community and connect San Franciscans with the natural world and with each other.
FUF now accepts the donation of vehicles. You can now donate your vehicle, car, RV or boat to FUF. Your donation is tax deductible. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center is handling the paperwork, the free towing of your vehicle and will provide you with a vehicle donation receipt.