Residents from Salem to Raleigh, North Carolina can donate their cars and help in a number of good causes. Charities in the Tar Heel State are no exception and will need the help of good Samaritans to continue their good work. With us, your old or unused vehicle will find a new purpose. Rest assured, it will only go to your intended charity and we will extract the most value from it.
Choosing us means choosing convenience. Aside from the obvious potential tax deduction, we will also pick up the vehicle and handle all the paperwork for free. We can tow cars, trucks, RVs, boats, and other types of vehicles.
So, don’t hesitate to donate a car in Raleigh, NC and just come to us. We will handle the rest. We proudly serve all of North Carolina, including all the major cities and their surrounding communities.
We believe that there is more value to you and to others if you donate your car. You stand to earn or save money either way, and more than that, you help the charitable organizations in the state to continue their operations. Let us help them extend their good work.
While car donation in North Carolina isn’t a groundbreaking idea, it’s still a fresh way of supporting good causes. More often than not, people balk at giving money they need. This way, they can give a vehicle they never use, benefit from it, and help those in need. We also hope that this becomes a common and popular practice, as charities can always do with a bit of help.
The mission of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) is to cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
The National Kidney Foundation, a major voluntary nonprofit health organization, is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by kidney disease and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.
To enhance the lives of everyone with, at risk of or affected by kidney disease.
The guiding mission statement of the SPCA remains as relevant now as it was when it was written in 1967: To protect, shelter and promote the adoption of homeless animals; to provide education about responsible pet ownership and to reduce pet overpopulation through spay/neuter programs.