Car Donation Charities in The State of California
The charities listed in this section accept vehicle donations in the state of California
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Total Area: 163,707 square miles
Population per square mile: 217
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Project Sister Family Services is the foremost agency dedicated to providing services to the women, children, and men survivors of sexual assault and abuse and their families in the East San Gabriel and Inland Valleys in Southern California, a region with a population of over 2.3 million persons. Project Sister Family Services works with local law enforcement, district attorneys, courts, hospital and health care providers, schools, churches and other community groups and agencies.
Donate your car and get a tax deduction! One simple phone call does it all - towing and paperwork are done for you, FREE!
Founded in March 2003, ROYAL - Realizing Our Youth As Leaders, Inc. (ROYAL) is a Section 501(c)3 non-profit whose goal is to provide a combination of mental health, mentoring, enrichment and academic assistance services to an at-risk and marginalized population of children who have been left behind or forgotten.
ROYAL relies upon the generosity of recognized leaders in the philanthropic community to support our programs that improve the lives of marginalized children and their families. We are requesting a gift to help us give these forgotten children the skills and the opportunities they need to become positive leaders and community role models.
|Sacramento Child Advocates|
It was in August of 1991 that Judge Roger Warren, a trial court judge with over 20 years on the bench, developed a not for profit organization for child advocacy. This organization was founded to address the long-standing concern that children who have been removed from their homes need direct legal representation. Sacramento Child Advocates acts as the advocate, the voice, for abused and neglected children who have been placed in the foster care system. Affirming the need for direct legal representation, the Superior Court of Sacramento established a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with SCA in 1992 to be the designated court-appointed legal agency for every child who enters the dependency system in Sacramento County.
Donate your vehicle today to help support Sacramento Child Advocates, Inc.
|Sacramento Children's Home|
Founded in 1867, today the Sacramento Children's Home offers 24 hour, community and educational programs that serve more than 1,800 families and 3,500 children of the Greater Sacramento Area each year. Our programs address the needs of children prenatal to young adulthood: from early intervention to intensive trauma care — from new born to emancipated youth. We believe in prevention and finding long-term care for our children.
The Sacramento Children's Home provides a broader continuum of care than any other agency of its kind in the region: The Sacramento Children's Home operates nine programs in 10 locations. The expertise of its staff and the range of their skills contribute to the highest quality of care for children at each developmental stage. Its length of service to the children of the region is unique and its programs are recognized for innovation and quality.
By donating your car, truck, boat or RV, you can help the Sacramento Children's Home in its mission. Through the Vehicle Donation Program, your donated vehicle is transformed into quality services for children. We take nearly any vehicle in almost any condition. With one phone call, we will arrange to pick up your vehicle, take care of all the paperwork and give you a receipt for your taxes
|Sacramento Sheriff's Toy Project|
The Sheriff's Toy Project, an innovative collaboration between peace officers, non-profit agencies, private donors and businesses, was created to better serve less fortunate children and families. The program provides a character building environment for offenders, who work with law enforcement officers to help people who are in times of need or suffering from hardship. The Toy Project provides a connection between law enforcement, people in need and those in the community capable of giving.
Cars-Trucks-Vans-Boats-Real Estate, Tax Deduction, All transfer documents handled, Free pick up, Running or not in most cases...Benifits the Sacrmento Sheriff's Toy Project
|Stanford Settlement Neighborhood Center|
Stanford Settlement offers a variety of critical programs and services, for residents of the Gardenland/Northgate, North Sacramento, and Natomas communities. From After School Groups and Summer Day Camp for children, a Teen Center program for youth, and a comprehensive Senior Center, there is something for everyone.
Donate your vehicle today and help support Stanford Settlement Neighborhood Center.
|Trinity Childrens Foundation|
The primary goal of The Children's Foundation of America is to identify and access resources to support foster care, residential treatment and education programs of the highest quality, so that children who have been the victims of abuse, neglect or abandonment may lead, healthy, productive lives.
Every gift to Children's Foundation of America is an investment in the future of not only the children we serve but our community as a whole. Your contribution helps the Children's Foundation support abused, abandoned, neglected, and other at-risk children and youth in the unique and innovative children's programs of Trinity Youth Services, Advanced Education Services, Triad Family Services and ACTS for Children. Donors can designate specific recipients - a local foster care office, the Michael A Alexander Scholarship Fund, residential campuses - or make donations on behalf of others. We accept many forms of donation, such as gifts in kind, stock, or vehicles, and have varied avenues for contribution, including planned giving and recurring online donation. Join us today - your generosity will help build a brighter tomorrow for thousands of children in need.
|United Cerebral Palsy of San Joaquin, Calaveras, and Amador Counties|
United Cerebral Palsy of San Joaquin, Calaveras and Amador Counties, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has advocated for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities since its incorporation and charter began with United Cerebral Palsy Associations in 1954. More than 25 years later, the first employee was hired with support from the State Department of Developmental Services. At this time, a day center for adults with cerebral palsy had been open and the number of participants was growing. By 1981, the Adult Activity Center (AAC), located at a Methodist Church in Stockton, had grown to require its own location. In 1982, the United Cerebral Palsy Barnett House opened for 26 individuals and two staff.
Donating a car, boat, or RV, aircraft, snowmobile, Jet Ski or other property to United Cerebral Palsy of San Joaquin, Calaveras and Amador Counties is fast, easy and hassle free!
We pickup nationwide and there is absolutely no charge for pickup.
You can quickly receive a "no obligation" evaluation to make sure your potential car donation is acceptable.