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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|Boys and Girls Club of Diablo Valley|
Our Boys & Girls Club is more than a place...it's a "second home" to most of our members. By reaching children at an early age and providing positive activities and encouragement, we offer successful youth development programs that addresses youth crime, gang membership, drugs, and other negative influences that affect our children daily.
Some potential donors are not in a situation where they are readily able or willing to part with their hard-earned cash, but the same donors may be happy to give their old car.
|Boys and Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa |
Our promise to Santa Rosa’s youth: to provide a safe, positive place and have a significant impact on their lives.
Our promise to the nation: to uphold high ethical standards in all areas, especially in overseeing our finances, reporting data on membership and community outreach, being good stewards of the donor dollar, and representing ourselves to the public.
|Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula|
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula provides places where young people aged 6-18 are welcome and can belong after school and all day during the summer. At each of the Club's seven sites located in the most challenged areas of Menlo Park, East Palo Alto and Redwood City, California, trained and caring staff and a cadre of volunteers work through a broad range of programs to guide and inspire youth to develop the attitudes and life skills they need to thrive. Founded in 1958, the Club is now regarded as one of the most comprehensive youth development organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Club's programs focus on Academics, Science and Technology, Social Education and Life Skills, Athletics and Fitness and the Arts. The Club also offers a range of programs designed specifically to engage and support older youth – teens aged 13-18.
|CASA of Monterey County|
CASA of Monterey County is dedicated to the safety, well-being, and best interests of the children in the Dependency System of Monterey and San Benito Counties. Through a comprehensive program we work to ensure children's needs are being met. One of the greatest ways you can help an abused child is to become a volunteer advocate or to donate to our program.
Donate your car today. As a Friend of CASA, your tax-deductible gift furthers our capacity to professionally support our volunteer advocates who work with the children in the foster care system. Your ongoing support enables us to train more volunteers to guide the delicate lives of abused and neglected children in Monterey County.
|KIWANIS FAMILY HOUSE|
The Mission of the KIWANIS FAMILY HOUSE is dedicated to providing housing and support to families of seriously ill children and adults being treated at University of California, Davis, Medical Center, Sacramento.
Our Vision is to continually provide a convenient, restful, secure, and low cost housing alternative for the families of children being treated at the University of California, Davis, Medical Center, Sacramento.
|Parents Helping Parents|
We envision a world where our communities are not afraid of differences. A world where families are not overwhelmed by the challenges of parenting a child with special needs. A world where there are adequate community resources for all families. This world will include and embrace all people with special needs. Their lives and the lives of their families will be filled with hope, fun and meaningful opportunities that reflect an optimism and sense of security about the future.
|Sierra Forever Families|
Sierra Forever Families is a private, non-profit agency that focuses on finding and nurturing permanent homes for children. It was founded in 1983 by adoptive parents who saw that traditional adoption procedures stood in the way of placement of many children. Today, the agency has placed over 2,500 children in permanent homes. Sierra believes that every child deserves a loving home. Sierra serves children considered more difficult to place, and has become known for advocating and finding homes for older children and large sibling groups.
Donate your car, truck, or boat to Sierra Forever Families and receive a tax deduction.
|Sisters of the Holy Family|
Committed especially to serve families and children, the Sisters of the Holy Family were pioneers in the establishment of quality and affordable child care (1878) long before its widespread existence today.
The Sisters of the Holy Family take strong local and national leadership in religious education for children, adults and the physically and mentally challenged.
Do you have a car that you no longer want? Maybe an extra car, sitting in the driveway, is beginning to rust. You no longer use it, but you still have to pay registration and insurance costs. Or you're planning on moving, and don't want to ship the car to your new home.
By donating a car to the Sisters of the Holy Family, you may find it easier than going through the hassle of fixing and selling the car yourself. We will handle the details for you - it's a lot easier than placing an ad in the paper and dealing with phone calls, or haggling with a dealer. We'll arrange to pick up the car, free of charge. You may not even need to be on hand when the tow truck comes! We'll then dispose of your car and use the cash we get for our ministries.
By donating a car to the Sisters of the Holy Family, you'll be eligible for a deduction on your itemized federal return. You should consult your tax advisor for more information.