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
Random Fact: More turkeys are raised in California than in any other state in the United States.
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|Valley Humane Society|
Valley Humane Society is an animal welfare organization advocating responsible pet ownership. We seek to provide our community with educational outreach and collaborative programs that enrich the bond between people and companion animals and eliminate unnecessary euthanasia.Valley Humane Society has been improving the lives of Tri-Valley companion animals for over 20 years.
Used vehicles equal a significant donation to Valley Humane Society. Vehicles do not need to be operational, but they must be complete (i.e. the engine is not missing, etc.). We receive a portion of the resale of all donated vehicles.
|Humane Society of Ventura County|
The Humane Society of Ventura County is a non-profit, NO-KILL organization dedicated to the protection and adoption of homeless animals throughout Ventura County.
Our mission statement is, “The Humane Society of Ventura County is dedicated to promoting the health, safety, welfare, compassionate care and protection of all animals through education and community outreach programs.”
Have a car you would like to donate? The Humane Society is happy to accept the donation of used automobiles, trailers, RVs, boats, motorcycles and other motor vehicles.
Donated vehicles, after passing a safety check and smog test, will be sold to benefit the animals at the Humane Society Shelter and Adoption Center. Your donation is tax deductible, as we are a nonprofit organization. Please consult your financial advisor for more information.
|In Defense of Animals|
Our mission is to end animal exploitation, cruelty, and abuse by protecting and advocating for the rights, welfare, and habitats of animals, as well as to raise their status beyond mere property, commodities, or things.
Give your old vehicle, boat, RV, or motorcycle to In Defense of Animals as a tax-deductible donation.
|Last Chance for Animals|
Last Chance for Animals (LCA) recognizes that animals have the ability to experience pain, and as such they deserve certain basic rights protecting them from pain caused by humans. LCA believes that non-human animals should not be subjected to suffering and exploitation by humans because alternatives exist for nearly every traditional "usage" of animals.
LCA opposes the use of animals for scientific curiosity, entertainment, clothing, and food. LCA recognizes the use of non-human animals in medical experimentation as both immoral and of questionable scientific validity due to the tremendous biological difference between species. LCA's work advocates conscious and informed lifestyle decisions, and the organization is committed to disseminating truthful information about societal animal abuse to improve the treatment of animals.
|Orange County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals |
The Orange County SPCA was established in 1987 as a non-profit, tax-exempt charity for the following purposes: To prevent cruelty to animals, to aid low-income pet owners, and to promote responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals. It is supported entirely by donations from the private sector, and does not receive donations from any government agency or national organization.
You can help the animals by donating your old car, truck, boat or RV to the Orange County SPCA. Your donation is fully tax-deductible and free towing is available.
|Santa Cruz Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals|
The SPCA got its start thanks to Dr. Charles Edward Graves, who graduated from a San Francisco veterinary college in 1901 and was the first veterinarian in Santa Cruz County to treat small animals.
In 1938, he donated his land to the Santa Cruz SPCA. In 1955 the Santa Cruz Animal Welfare Association was incorporated. Alva Enberg, founder, was also its first executive director.
When the Santa Cruz County Animal Services Authority was formed in 2002, they took over the animal control contract with the county of Santa Cruz and the Santa Cruz SPCA became a private agency, focused on humane education, animal rescue, and community support. As a result of the SPCA's shift from a public-funded service to private agency, the only funding they receive is in the form of private donations.
|Valley Oak Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals|
Valley Oak SPCA, a non-profit organization, will, through direct action: promote the humane treatment of animals, educate the community on responsible pet care, reduce pet overpopulation through an aggressive spay/neuter program, and provide unique services, programs and shared experiences that strengthen and celebrate the bond between animals and people.
|Boy Scouts of America, Greater Yosemite Council|
Cub Scouting is a family – and home-centered program designed for young boys. Parents, leaders and organizations work together to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting. Currently, Cub Scouting is the largest of the BSA’s three membership divisions.
You may donate your car, truck, boat, trailer or RV, receive a tax deduction to the full extent of the law, and benefit Greater Yosemite Council. Contact the Council Service Center for more information.