Contact UsTo get started, all you need to do is complete the online form or call us at 888-885-6710.
Free PickupWe make the process easy. We'll pick up your car, truck, boat or RV at no cost to you.
Tax DeductionWe sell your vehicle for the maximum amount possible and provide you with a IRS reciept.
At the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project, we take a unique approach to how we process vehicle donations. We're fortunate to have a staff with over 13 years of experience in the car donation industry. This enables us to focus on you, the donor, and our mission of Combating Prostate Cancer. Qualified donors in South Carolina can now maximize their vehicle write-off potential when they donate their car to charity. All 4,625,364 residents of South Carolina will enjoy quick response times due to our extensive network of auction facilities, retail sales outlets, and processing centers located in:
- Columbia, SC
- Greer, SC
We also accept motorcycle donations, RV donations, motorhome donations, and boat donations. We can even process travel trailer donations in nearly all cities of South Carolina.
We understand that having an old car sitting around can be costly and time consuming to get road worthy again. So if you live in South Carolina and donate that car to our charity then this becomes our problem. Our hassle-free car donation program will cost you absolutely nothing and once you have contacted us, we will quickly get the process started.
If you are an South Carolina resident and or work in South Carolina, please consider the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project when thinking of donating your car to charity. Call us at 1-888-885-6710 or fill out our online car donation form today.
Prostate cancer statistics for the state of South Carolina
In the year 2010, 3,600 new cases of prostate cancer were registered in South Carolina, which resulted in 490 deaths. The Prostate Cancer Awareness Project needs your help to increase the prostate cancer survival rate so we can bring these numbers down.
What else can I do to help combat prostate cancer in South Carolina
Check out Cancer Centers of the Carolinas, where they offer a wide variety of services, research and support groups for prostate cancer. Located in Greenville, they are a great source for information in South Carolina.
Clinical Trials for Prostate Cancer in South Carolina:
Here you will find a listing of clinical trials currently looking for volunteers to enroll in Prostate Cancer studies. Click on the closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area. Brought to you by Center Watch.Com.
Did you know?
Singer James Brown had a Successful Prostate Cancer Surgery in 2004.
In December 2004, the Godfather of Soul, South Carolina–born James Brown, had prostate cancer surgery at the age of 71. The operation was a success.
After the surgery, Brown appeared at Edinburgh 50,000—The Final Push, the final Live 8 concert on July 6, 2005, where he performed a duet with British pop star Will Young on “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag.” He also performed a duet with another British pop star, Joss Stone, a week earlier on the United Kingdom chat show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
In 2006, Brown continued his “Seven Decades Of Funk World Tour,” his last concert tour where he performed all over the world. One of his final concert appearances at the Irish Oxegen festival in Punchestown in 2006 was performed for a record crowd of 80,000 people. Brown’s last televised appearance was at his induction into the UK Music Hall of Fame in November 2006, before his death the following month of a heart failure.
Early diagnosis is crucial in successful treatment of prostate cancer. Help spread the awareness of early diagnosis and support the research. Please donate that unwanted car, truck, boat or RV to the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project today.
Donating your car to the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project will help us ensure we get the word out there and help save lives.
Below are just a few of the cities in South Carolina where we can quickly process your charity car donation:
- Columbia, SC
- Charleston, SC
- North Charleston, SC
- Rock Hill, SC
- Mount Pleasant, SC
- Greenville, SC
- Spartanburg, SC
- Summerville, SC
- Hilton Head Island, SC
- Florence, SC