Massachusetts Car Donation Charities
Welcome to our Massachusetts charity directory. This section contains all charities that service Mass.
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|Ministries of Aides International|
The Ministries of Aides International, Inc. (MAII) is a humanitarian, charitable, non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide: Food to the malnourished and the needy; Healthcare to the people who need urgent medical treatment; Education where it is lacking; and Shelter, clothing, and other necessities to the families that lack these essentials due to famine, poverty or natural disaster.
Every night, children all across the world go to bed hungry; they hope that maybe tomorrow they will have something to eat.
By donating your vehicle to Ministries of Aides International, you can help give a child hope and provide them with the nourishment they so desperately need. Your donation will transform into food, medicine, and other necessities for the affected children all around the world.
Donating your car, truck, boat, motorcycle, ATV, RV, trailer or other vehicles to Ministries of Aides International, Inc. is easy and tax deductible.
Teen Challenge provides youth, adults and families with an effective and comprehensive Christian faith-based solution to life-controlling drug and alcohol problems in order to become productive members of society. By applying biblical principles, Teen Challenge endeavors to help people become mentally-sound, emotionally-balanced, socially-adjusted, physically-well, and spiritually-alive.
Many Teen Challenges are equipped to receive car donations. Find the nearest Teen Challenge in the directory and make an inquiry.
|Cuvilly Arts and Earth Center|
Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center, established in 1983, is a mission of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in Ipswich, Mass. Located on approximately 15 acres of woodlands, fields, gardens and animal pastures, Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center is founded on the principle that all of life is sacred and that the diversity of life is essential for the well being and sustenance of the planet.
Make Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center your designated charity when you donate your used car, boat, motorcycle or RV to Car Program, Inc. Every donation earmarked for Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center results in substantial financial support for our organization.
|MAB Community Services|
MAB Community Services was founded in 1903 as the Massachusetts Association for the Blind. MAB now serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired, adolescents with brain injuries, and adults with developmental disabilities.
|New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans|
The Vietnam Veterans Workshop d/b/a the New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans (NESHV) is a substance-free, not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating a one-stop service center to empower homeless veterans to address the issues leading to homelessness and unemployment and to gain the tools to move toward independent living. We are located at 17 Court Street in downtown Boston, Massachusetts and are open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, serving both men and women veterans. Take a photo tour of the shelter here.
In 1989, the Vietnam Veterans Workshop acquired a ten year lease on the former Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic in downtown Boston's financial district, through Title V of the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Act and with assistance from concerned friends and volunteers. The 140,000 sq. ft., ten-story building offered the space needed to expand the programs and services that the Workshop staff and volunteers had initiated and developed.
In 1990, the Workshop opened NESHV, the nation's first and largest veteran-specific homeless shelter and was recognized as the 142nd "Point of Light" by President George H.W. Bush's administration. NESHV offers a wide range of services through five distinct programs and support services: Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, Single Room Occupancy Apartments, Training and Employment, and Health Care and Case Management. Each of these services assists veterans in solving the problems that led him/her to homelessness. Many of the staff and board are fellow veterans who understand and help their comrades back to recovery. Since opening our doors, we have provided aid to more than 12,000 veterans.
|Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston|
Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston is a Christian-based non-profit organization dedicated to building decent, affordable homes in partnership with very low-income families.
Through volunteer labor and tax-deductible donations of money, land, and materials, Habitat Boston builds or rehabilitates simple, decent houses. Families are selected based on their level of need, willingness to work, acceptance of responsibilities and ability to repay mortgage. Families must complete at lease 300 hours of sweat equity and an additional 100 hours of homeowner education classes.
We serve the following Greater Boston areas: Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Dedham, Dover, Everett, Lexington, Lincoln, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Needham, Newton, Revere, Somerville, Stoneham, Waltham, Watertown, Wellesley, Weston, Winchester, Winthrop, and Woburn.
|The Network La/Red|
The Network/La Red was formed in 1989 when a group of formerly battered lesbians came together to address domestic violence in lesbian and bisexual women's communities in Boston. Initially the group worked to educate the community and existing programs/resources for battered women about the existence of woman-to-woman battering and the need for programs to address it. In 1991, the group incorporated under the name New England Women's Support, Inc. d/b/a The Network for Battered Lesbians. The Network changed its name to the Network for Battered Lesbians and Bisexual Women in 1996, and in 2000 to The Network/La Red: Ending abuse in lesbian, bisexual women's, and transgender communities.
The Network/La Red is a founding member of the Boston area GLBT Domestic Violence Coalition, and a member of the National Coalition of Anti Violence Programs (NCAVP), National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Jane Doe, Inc./Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, GLBT Advisory Board to the Boston Police Commissioner, LGBT Youth Issues Committee, Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, and the Advocacy Review Team.
|Wayside Youth & Family Support Network|
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network is a non-profit, nationally accredited human service agency providing individual and family counseling, youth residential programs, and prevention education to children, youth, and families throughout Eastern and Central Massachusetts.