Car Donation Charities for Medical Help
Medical bills can easily wipe out every dollar a family has.
These charities assist people with medical conditions who cannot afford care on their own.
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|National Multiple Sclerosis Society Texas|
"Welcome! The Lone Star Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the largest Chapter in terms of geography, population and monies raised, was founded in 1955 with a mission to provide direct services to people affected by MS and to fund research in an effort to find a cure for the devastating effects of MS. Currently, $5.3 million is being spent on research at medical facilities throughout our Chapter.
Our Chapter serves 141 counties in Texas and services an estimated 17,000 individuals with MS, their families and friends, the professionals who serve them, and the general public."
Dontate you car, truck, RV or camper to the Chapter!
Georgia AGAPE is a licenced christian adoption agency serving unplanned pregnant women in Georgia since 1970.
You now have the opportunity to donate your car, truck, boat, RV or motor home to Georgia AGAPE. You will receive a full tax deduction for the fair market value.
To donate your car, etc, you need to go through our agent, Charity Auto Donations. They will handle all aspects of the transaction. You just need to tell them you want the proceeds to go to Georgia AGAPE.
Unlike other car donation programs, AGAPE will receive the majority of the proceeds. In most other car donation programs, the agent who handles the transaction get about 90% of the proceeds. With AGAPE's agent, we will usually get over 50%. Costs that will be deducted from what comes to AGAPE are auction fees, towing (if applicable) and a modest handling fee that goes to Charity Auto Donations. This is a great deal for AGAPE and for our donors!
Charity Auto Donations serves the following areas in Georgia: metro Atlanta, Macon, Columbus, Savannah, and Tifton.
|Georgia Cancer Foundation|
The Georgia Cancer Foundation (GCF) was established in 1975. Since 1997, the organization's mission has been to provide professional and public education on cancer, early detection programs, and support for patients and families throughout the continuum of cancer care, including programs resulting from a 2004 merger with Bosom Buddies of Georgia, Inc.
Donate Your Old Car and Help Fight Cancer!
If your car is old and barely running, why not get rid of it, fight cancer, and get a tax deduction all at the same time? You can designate the Georgia Cancer Foundation or Bosom Buddies of Georgia when you donate your car, truck, boat, trailer, or RV to Charity Auto Donations and we'll receive a percentage of the sale.
|America's Baby Cancer Foundation|
The mission of America's Baby Cancer Foundation (ABCF) is to raise awareness of baby cancer, to provide aid and education for families with children with cancer, and to help fund research for a cure. Cancer is the leading disease-related cause of death in children. We focus on birth to early childhood with diagnoses of rare cancers. We call these "baby cancers" - they are evident at birth or diagnosed shortly thereafter - to increase the public's attention and awareness.
Car Donations are fast and easy in 2005 with a charity vehicle donation program. Donate cars, trucks, vans, boats, planes, even lots and real estate. Your auto donation is as easy as a phone call or a simple online form. Call or click: 800-269-6814 or Donate Online.
How do car donations work? When you pledge your automobile donation, the Vehicle Donation Processing Center takes the donor information over the telephone, and handles all of the documents, vehicle donation pick up, charity auction sale and distribution of the proceeds to the charity. We guarantee payment of all expenses with your car donations. Donate a car to free yourself from the hassles of selling and give something to your community at the same time.
|Gail P. Ramos Lung Cancer Foundation|
The Gail P. Ramos Lung Cancer Foundation is committed to driving down the number of cases and deaths from lung cancer. To this end, we will do the following:
Raise funds for research - The majority of our expenditures will be to fund medical research deemed appropriate by a committee of experts in oncology and integrated medicine. We will solicit research funding requests from entities engaged in lung cancer research and evaluate those requests on a strict set of criteria before disbursing funds.
Develop educational programs - Prevention is a critical part of our efforts. Educating people about the dangers of smoking and other environmental hazards will be done through the development of educational literature, school presentations, speaker events and other outreach programs.
Provide assistance to those affected - For patients, our staff and website will educate them about conventional and alternative treatment options depending on the patient's particular situation. We will set up support groups in local communities to provide support for lung cancer victims. As funds permit, we will provide transportation assistance and subsidies for those undergoing treatment. Since lung cancer can impact entire families in addition to the patient, we will provide college scholarships to the children of those affected by this disease.
All of these initiatives will be funded through donations from private individuals and corporate contributions. It is our intention to direct as much of our proceeds as possible back to our programs. Our long-term goal is to keep expenses at or below 10% of our donation proceeds.
It is easy to donate you old car, truck, boat or RV. Simply click on the logo above, and you will be taken to the Donation Line website where you can make arrangements to donate your car online! Your donation will be auctioned and the proceeds directed towards helping those affected by lung cancer.
Kiona T. Jenkins heroically fought brain cancer for nearly 4 years. Even after a second relapse, she was always the perfect example of cancer survivorship and an advocate for cancer survivorship issues. The Kiona Foundation was founded in response to the ever growing cancer survivor population. Our services have recently expanded to include information and resources relating to nutrition, natural healing, organics and vegetarianism.
While our vision and list of services have expanded, we still maintain our original mission to enhance the lives of cancer survivors through financial and in-kind assistance and to raise awareness relating to cancer survivorship issues through advocacy, support services and most importantly through education.
Are you thinking of selling or trading that old car, boat, or RV? Why not donate it instead? The Kiona Foundation has partnered with Car Program, LLC to provide an easy-to-use, tax-deductible process to donate your vehicle. As a charitable contribution, your donation could make a big difference to our cancer survivors!
|Project Open Hand|
In 1985 in San Francisco, Ruth Brinker, a retired grandmother, watched a dear friend die of AIDS. She realized that for many people with HIV/AIDS, malnutrition was causing death as much as the illness itself. At that time, no social service agency was providing meals to those too weak from AIDS or too impoverished to feed themselves. Using her experience as a manager with another food program, Ruth enlisted the help of her friends, secured a basement kitchen at a local church and began to serve meals to seven clients, Project Open Hand was born.
As more people heard about Ruth's "project" more requests started coming in for home-delivered meals and Ruth put out a call for volunteers. Project Open Hand has not stopped growing since.
Donate a car, van, truck, RV, boat, or even plane to Project Open Hand and help yourself to a fair-market-value tax deduction. You will also save yourself the time and expense of selling it. There are two organizations that handle this. Either visit the Vehicle Donation Processing Center website to donate a car or call them at (800) 553-3018, or call Charity Connection at (800) 772-4274 and mention that you would like to donate your vehicle on behalf of Project Open Hand. Both organizations will pick up the vehicle, handle the necessary paperwork, sell it and give the proceeds to Project Open Hand.
|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.