Car Donation Charities to benefit those in need
These charities help people that have general financial needs such as the homeless, unemployed, low-income, and more.
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|The Children's Community Programs of CT|
The Children's Community Programs of CT, Inc. is a private, non-profit, multi-service agency. We are committed to providing diverse and creative support services to children and families throughout Connecticut to ensure that every child counts.
Donate Car, Boat, Truck, RV, Jet Ski or Snowmobile to the Children's Community Programs of CT and recieve a tax donation. This is a no cost, no hassle process.
|Volunteers of America Sacramento|
Volunteers of America is proud to be one the area’s largest providers of human services. Our mission to reach and uplift all people first began in our community in 1911. Over the years, the agency has expanded in response to the needs of families with children, the elderly, the h omeless, the mentally ill, and people with alcohol and other drug problems. Services in Greater Sacramento and Northern Nevada include shelter and comfort, counseling, independent living and parenting skills, substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation, job training and much more.
We currently operate over 30 programs in Greater Sacramento and Northern Nevada and have 217 employees and 1000 volunteers.
We will accept cars, trucks, RV's, boats, and other property in and around Sacramento.
|Volunteers of America Bay Area|
For the past 20 years, Volunteers of America Bay Area has been reaching out to those less fortunate in our community by providing Holiday Food Baskets through the Operation Good Neighbor program. This year we hope to feed 2,000 families a complete Thanksgiving dinner. All recipients of the food baskets are referred to us from 65 various social service agencies, senior homes and community based organizations throughout the Bay Area.
Volunteers of America Bay Area operates a fund raising program, which seeks donations of cars, trucks, RV's, boats and other property from throughout the Bay Area. This program supplements the funding needed to further our mission of helping children and families in need.
|Atlanta Habitat for Humanity|
From their site: "Atlanta Habitat for Humanity partners with low-income working families, sponsors and communities to build affordable quality homes and to provide support services that promote successful home purchase and ownership."
|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 Sullivan Center|
Over 300-400 people grace the doors of the Sullivan Center searching for financial help when funds are available. They need help with rent, mortgage, utilities, food, clothes, employment and/or transportation.
The doors of The Sullivan Center have been opened for 20 years as a sign of HOPE for individuals and families in crisis. The Center was originally created in 1984 to alleviate Atlanta's homeless crisis. Subsequently, our services were extended to residents of Fulton, DeKalb and Clayton counties.
The Sullivan Center accepts vehicles, running or not, which are then sold. Donors are given a receipt establishing the value of their vehicle. Please contact Sister Marie Sullivan at 404.753.0531 and tell her you would like to donate to The Sullivan Center, Inc.
|Sweetwater Valley CAMP|
Sweetwater Valley C.A.M.P. provides services to citizens of South Cobb County living in the communities of Austell, Mableton, Clarkdale, and Powder Springs. A coalition of local churches, business, civic groups and individuals, C.A.M.P. was founded in December 1968 by Rev. G. Wallace Kilpatrick of Austell First Baptist Church, Father Bill Hoffman of St. John Vianney Catholic Church and Rev. Joshua "JC" Carter of New Hope Baptist Church in Powder Springs.
Get rid of that old car, boat, or RV and get a tax deduction this year. Charity Auto Donations, Inc. "Cars for Charity" has operated a Car Donation Program since 1996. The Automobile Donation Program is in partnership with Sweetwater Valley C.A.M.P., a 501(C)3 Nonprofit organization, at no cost to the us. Charity Auto Donations collects donated Automobiles, Boats, and RV's then processes the cars into cash via dealer auctions or sells directly to used car dealers. The net proceeds are distributed to Sweetwater Valley C.A.M.P. and the donor is provided a charitable gift IRS Tax Receipt
|Community Child Care Coordinating Council of Alameda County|
The Community Child Care Coordinating Council (4C's) of Alameda County is a private non-profit agency that has been providing services to families, children and child care professionals since 1972. 4C's offers a variety of programs and services throughout Alameda County.
4C's provides child care Resource and Referral services in the cities of Castro Valley, Fremont, Hayward, Newark, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, and Union City. All parents, regardless of income, receive free child care referrals and information about choosing child care. Child care providers receive technical assistance, resources and training. Our agency also collects data on child care demand and capacity to help in planning for local child care needs.
4C's of Alameda County now has a Vehicle Donation Program in effect. Do you have a car, truck, van, motorcycle, RV, boat, jetski or real estate that you would like to donate to a worthy cause?
The Vehicle Donation Program Center, Inc., will arrange to have someone pick up your donation free, all of the necessary paperwork will be taken care of and you will receive a receipt for the fair market value. If you itemize, you may be ahead with a tax deduction and helping children and families. Another thing is, you can even donate a vehicle that is not running, with some restrictions.