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San Francisco, CA Car Donation Information
Are you looking to get rid of an unwanted car in San Francisco California? It can be a lot easier to ride BART than to try and find parking in the City by the Bay. Donate a car, truck or other vehicle in San Francisco, CA and benefit a charity working in your community. You get all the benefits of donation, like free pick-up and a tax deduction, and a San Francisco nonprofit receives the support they need to continue their work. The charities on the list below are all working to achieve missions benefitting San Francisco and the bay area. We serve the entire Bay Area including San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Berkeley, Daly City, Alameda, San Mateo, San Leandro, Hayward, Redwood City, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara and San Francisco, Marin and Santa Clara Counties.
The mission of UCSF Partners in Care is to fund programs that provide comfort and well-being to patients and their families and complement the excellent health care for which UCSF is renowned. Medical Center doctors, nurses and hospital staff work with us to identify special services and programs that help alleviate the stress, pain and confinement that patients and their families’ may experience.
Formerly UCSF Medical Center Auxiliary, UCSF Partners in Care is a volunteer organization that resulted from the merger of the two longstanding auxiliaries supporting Mount Zion hospital and UCSF at Parnassus. Collectively, we represent over 175 years of volunteerism.
Through the generous support of their members, friends, and donors, UCSF Partners in Care raises funds with special events, donations, vehicle donations, special sales and more to provide grants for the patient and family centered programs.
Here are some examples of the special needs we serve…
1. Wellness and healing programs for the Cancer Resource Center
2. Bereavement support for families that have lost a child or loved one
3. Support for cancer patients in need of prostheses, clothing and wigs
4. Sleep chairs for families and visitors unable to leave the bedside of a loved one in critical condition