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 Vermont can now maximize their vehicle write-off potential when they donate their car to charity. All 625,741 residents of Vermont will enjoy quick response times due to our extensive network of auction facilities, retail sales outlets, and processing centers located in:
- Albany NY, VT
We also accept motorcycle donations, RV donations, motorhome donations, and boat donations. We can even process travel trailer donations in nearly all cities of Vermont.
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 Vermont 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 Vermont resident and or work in Vermont, 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 Vermont
In the year 2010, 600 new cases of prostate cancer were registered in Vermont, which resulted in 50 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 Vermont
The Vermont Cancer Center – University of Vermont located in Burlington, is a great source for local information pertaining to prostate cancer related issues. Their physicians provide patient care through Fletcher Allen Health Care, which completed a major new state-of-the-art outpatient care facility in 2005. The outstanding space at Fletcher Allen and the UVM College of Medicine, include an Ambulatory Care Center, an Education and Conference Center, and a new VCC clinical facility which allows integrated, multidisciplinary services for cancer diagnosis, outpatient treatment, and post-treatment follow up in a single ambulatory setting.
Did you know?
Robert B. Nichols, poet, playwright, novelist, and the lead architect of the 1969 redesign of Washington Square Park, died October 14, 2010 in his home in Thetford, Vermont, at the age of 91 of complications of prostate cancer.
A cofounder of the Judson Poets Theater, Robert Nichols was also active in the early days of Theater for the New City and took part in the street productions of Bread and Puppet Theater in the early 1960s.
Robert Brayton Nichols was born in Worcester, Mass. He was a Navy officer in the Pacific during World War II serving in a unit that assembled landing craft, according to Kovel. Nichols went to Harvard where he earned a bachelor’s degree and returned later to earn a degree in landscape architecture. He came to New York in 1948.
Support the need for early detection of prostate cancer through simple awareness. Please consider donating that old 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 Vermont where we can quickly process your charity car donation:
- Burlington, VT
- Essex Junction, VT
- Bennington, VT
- South Burlington, VT
- Rutland, VT
- Colchester, VT
- Brattleboro, VT
- Springfield, VT
- Barre, VT
- Middlebury, VT