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Charities that benefit children

This section contains a list of charities you can donate cars to who will use that donation to help children. Since kids don't drive cars generally the vehicles are sold and the proceeds used to help fund the charity.

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Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula
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.
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation National Office
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation National Office
Candlelighters is the largest publisher and distributor of free childhood cancer books in the country. We host the largest national childhood cancer awareness event each December holiday season. We represent childhood cancer on numerous cancer organizations and to members of Congress on Capitol Hill; and we support cutting edge research that leads to new and better treatments for our nation’s littlest cancer patients.
CASA of DuPage County
CASA of DuPage County
CASA is an acronym for Court Appointed Special Advocates. Court Appointed Special Advocates are volunteers that are trained and supported by paid CASA staff to monitor the court cases of children from birth to eighteen years of age, who have been adjudicated as abused, neglected and/or dependent. Once trained, volunteer advocates are assigned to observe a child's case through its duration resulting from a formal court order (normally 18 months to 3 years). Advocates voluntarily follow the cases and report their findings to juvenile court judges through objective, fact-based written reports; providing information about the child’s life, foster placement, stress in the family, a child’s medical ailment, educational needs or a need for glasses or acne treatment. This knowledge serves to better inform judges who are then able to make educated dispositions about each child's placement and treatment needs and permanency in a more timely manner.

Are you thinking of selling or trading in an old car, boat or RV? If you donate it instead, you can get a tax deduction and help abused or neglected children.


CASA of Monterey County
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.


Childplace
Childplace
Childplace, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency established in 1966, providing multiple treatment options for our abandoned, abused, and/or neglected children and adolescents in need. Over the last 40 years, Childplace has provided residential care for over 1,700 children and adolescents, placed over 300 children in adoptive homes, and provided thousands of hours counseling to individuals and families.Childplace Residential Treatment and Foster Care Services provide long-term residential care for children and adolescents who have been removed from their homes due to issues of abuse, neglect, and/or other chaotic issues. The Bales Cottage for Girls, located on the Childplace Campus, provides a positive environment for a girl to live during her pregnancy, and frequently, for the days, weeks, and even months following the birth of her baby.
Children's Cancer Fund
Children's Cancer Fund
The Children's Cancer Fund (CCF) was founded in January 1993 by a small group of doctors, nurses and parents. The fund's primary goal is to establish and foster research in childhood cancer as well as enrich the quality of life for children with cancer by improving clinical and support services. CCF is based at New York Medical College/Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York. In our 14th year our friends, family, volunteers and donors have increased to over 7,500.
Children's Cancer Fund of America
Children's Cancer Fund of America
The Children's Cancer Fund of America, Inc. operates exclusively as a charitable organization dedicated to assistance and support of children suffering with cancer, and their families, through financial aid.

Donate Your Vehicle to Children's Cancer Fund of America.


Foster's Home for Children
Foster's Home for Children
Sherwood and Myrtie Foster chartered the children's home in 1958 and the first children were taken into care in the winter of 1960. Since that time, Foster's Home has provided for the needs of over 2,000 Texas children. From one home located on a 55 acre site in the northern edge of Stephenville, the facilities have grown to include ten residential group care homes; Administration building; Mabee Health, Education and Services Center; Commissary; Pittman Family Center, a multi-purpose facility; barn and livestock pens.

•Good running vehicles - Periodically, Foster's Home needs cars which can be used by student drivers on campus. These vehicles need to be in good running condition with no major repairs needed. Individuals wishing to donate cars, trucks, or recreational vehicles, that are in good running condition may do so. Non-running vehicles - Arrangements will be made to pick up your vehicle. A valid title is required. You may use the value you assess on the vehicle as a tax deduction (as allowed by law).


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