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Cambridge, MA Car Donation Information
Donate cars in Cambridge Massachusetts and help a nonprofit that matters to you. The nonprofit organizations below are all dedicated to improving the lives of those in need in Cambridge and surrounding areas. You can make a real difference when you donate a car, truck, or other vehicle to benefit one of these causes. You not only help someone in need when you donate you also get rid of an unwanted car or truck with fast, professional vehicle removal from a qualified vehicle removal company. DonateaCar.com provides the highest quality service in Cambridge and surrounding areas including Boston, Revere, Somerville, Medford, Belmont, Waltham, Newton, Brookline, Dorchester, Quincy and surrounding Suffolk county.
The American Kidney Fund is the nation’s leading nonprofit working on behalf of the more than 31 million Americans with kidney disease. Our mission is to help people fight kidney disease and live healthier lives.
We fulfill this mission by providing a complete spectrum of programs and services: prevention activities, top-rated health educational resources, and direct financial assistance enabling 1 in 5 U.S. dialysis patients to access lifesaving medical care, including dialysis and transplantation. We also invest in clinical research to improve outcomes for kidney patients, and we fight tirelessly on Capitol Hill for legislation and policies supporting the issues that are important to the people we serve.
We provide these critically needed services while maintaining a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the nation’s leading charity watchdog agency. For our excellent fiscal management, we are proud to be on Charity Navigator’s list of top 10 charities in the United States, out of 8,000 reviewed. We spend 97 cents of every donated dollar on programs that directly serve and educate patients and the public.
Catholics for Tradition was formed for several reasons. First, they would like to be an aid in disseminating information regarding the infiltration of the Catholic Church by the modernists and how to avoid their errors and how to stay truly Catholic. Secondly, they would like to help provide the means for Catholics to defend their Faith to people of other religions, and help draw them to the Catholic Church. Third, they would like to assist traditionally ordained priests provide the Traditional Mass and Sacraments to the faithful, traditional Catholics wherever they can, by funding their travel expenses, buying vestments, Mass items, etc.