Do you have an unwanted car or truck that is taking up space and gathering dust? Car donation in VA may be the perfect solution for you! Donate a car and make a real difference in the life of someone in need in Virginia. Causes across the Commonwealth of Virginia need your support to continue the work they accomplish in your communities. Car donations provide vital support for programs across the state of Virginia, and you can help provide more support when you donate a car through Donate A Car.
You can donate a car across VA including Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Richmond, Alexandria, Hampton, Roanoke, Portsmouth, and surrounding areas. When you help support a cause in Virginia, you get all the great benefits of car donation, free vehicle removal, no expense of selling a car or time consuming paperwork, and vehicle donations are tax deductible.
Follow Our Fast and Easy Car Donation Process:
• Scroll through the trusted nonprofit organizations below
• Choose a charity that you would like to support
• Call us toll-free or fill out our simple online form to get started
• Receive free pick-up of your vehicle from a professional service within 24-48 hours
• Skip all the hassle of paperwork as we take care of all of that for you
• Receive a receipt in the mail to use for your tax deduction purposes
Think of how convenient it would be to not worry about repairing your car to sell. No need to place adds, schedule test-drive appointments or haggle over price. Wouldn’t it be nice to simply have your vehicle removed and feel good knowing that your donation of it was helping a worthy cause? Donate A Car makes it easy and convenient for you to make a difference in your community with your vehicle donation.
Choose a cause that matters to you and donate fast and easy using our online form or by calling the toll-free number at 1-800-237-5714. Donate a car today to one of the following fine organizations and make a real difference in Virginia.
American Life League exists to serve God by helping to build a society that respects and protects individual innocent human beings from creation to death—without compromise, without exception, without apology.
The distinguishing mark of American Life League, by which they will be recognized, is their absolute commitment to the sacredness of every innocent human being’s life.
HART is a non-profit 501(c)(3) no-kill animal rescue/support group, incorporated in 1990, that takes in and rehomes abused and unwanted dogs and cats. HART works with local veterinarians, foster homes, kennels, and trainers to provide temporary housing, medical care and, where appropriate, training for our animals until s/he is placed in a loving, carefully-screened new home. HART takes in older, sick, and injured animals as well as the readily adoptable and never takes just the pups and kittens, leaving mom behind. They seek to direct our resources where they are most needed and to alleviate or prevent suffering wherever we find it.
The mission of Heritage Humane Society, Inc. is to provide for the care of injured, ill, stray, or unwanted companion animals of the city of Williamsburg, James City County, and the First District of York County, Virginia, so that a standard of care reflecting the values of the community can be achieved.
The Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation (LDCRF) rescues abandoned or displaced dogs and cats from the threat of euthanasia in over-crowded shelters or other at-risk situations and places them for adoption into loving homes. All animals in the care of LDCRF are spayed or neutered and fully vaccinated prior to adoption and any special medical needs are addressed.
Building better lives for the millions affected by mental illness.
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.