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.
What makes us different?
Most other charities that collect auto donations simply dump them in auctions as quickly as possible. We on the other hand, spend a great deal of time making repairs, professionally detailing your donated automobile to get the highest price possible.
- We make repairs to maximize your tax deduction
- 13 Years experience in automobile donation
- We sell your donated auto in a retail environment
- We handle all DMV paperwork for you
- Online status updates available 24/7
- Fast, easy and convenient
Why donate your automobile with us?
We have put a tremendous amount of effort into building an infrastructure that maximizes the value of your donated auto. We evaluate each auto the moment it arrives at our facility. If we estimate that making repairs or restoring the unit will ultimately have a positive impact on its overall market value, then we will do what is necessary to maximize the selling price.
Benefits of donating your auto with us
Receive the highest tax deduction possible with our unique Material Improvements Program.
- 100% Tax Deductible
- Fast, Free Pickup
- 93% is spent on awareness programs
- Lost title? Expired registration? Not a problem
- Do you have an old automobile you don’t use anymore?
- Non-running or Damaged Vehicles
- Our service is absolutely FREE!
- Help fight prostate cancer!
Why Donate Your Automobile for Prostate Cancer?
According to the National Institute of Health, over 207,000 new cases of breast cancer in women were registered in the US in 2015. The number of cases of prostate cancer was even higher—over 217,000. To make matters worse, prostate cancer research doesn’t receive even half the federal funding that breast cancer research does. Look at the following horrifying numbers. In 2014, breast cancer research received $872 million from the federal budget, yet only $390 million was spent on prostate cancer research. Private funding shows a similar imbalance.
We highly support fundraising for ﬁghting breast cancer, but the attention it receives tends to overshadow the support needed for combating prostate cancer.
It’s time to take action. These statistics are scary, but early testing and prevention can make a world of difference for hundreds of thousands of men in their prime years.