Helping New Mexicans through charitable vehicle donations. Our family is dedicated to community service. We have combined our passion for community with our love for cars. It's as simple as that.
There are all sorts of places to donate a car, so why choose us? One Community Auto, LLC takes pride in helping the Land of Enchantment be a great place to live. By partnering with the local organizations, we are helping to empower groups that are changing lives of our fellow New Mexicans for the better. Not only are we saving donors cars from the scrap heap, but we’re providing much needed revenue for their missions. We can generate 5-10x more money for your car over the typical car donation services.
Owner Gary Peterson is a native New Mexican and a proud veteran. He founded One Community Auto, LLC in 2013 after spending 22 years in the United States Air Force working in logistics and transportation. He knew he had found his calling after helping the New Mexico Veterans Integration Center fix up and sell an old Camaro. He took a rundown car and turned it into over $4,000 for the charity. He’s been helping donors and non-profits ever since.
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A veteran-owned business that received start-up counseling and assistance from the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services has been named a winner of the 2017 American Small Business Championship.
One Community Auto LLC of Albuquerque was one of 102 chosen nationwide by SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer business mentors that help small business owners.
One Community was founded by Albuquerque native and retired U.S. Air Force Major Gary Peterson. It helps non-profit organizations by refurbishing their donated used cars and re-selling them.
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