You can donate your car, truck, van, RV, trailer, motorcycle, boat, or personal watercraft and more. If it has wheels- we can help. We can take a wrecked vehicle as well, so if totaled out by insurance we can still help your charity.
We have a different approach to car donations. All other services send vehicles to auction where they receive pennies on the dollar. We refresh your vehicle and sell it on our retail lot. This not only gives you a larger tax deduction, but also more money to your charity. Typically we garner 4x more than the scrap yard or auction. We care about your old set of wheels and do our best to get the most value.
Simply go the Donate Now page and complete the form or call us at 505-901-9510.
You will need the title to the vehicle. We'll bring you the MVD forms necessary and your donation receipt when we pick up your vehicle.
No, we take care of that for you.
We can usually get a duplicate for you. Please call our office at 505-901-9510 to discuss your situation.
No, we accept vehicles that are running or not.
Yes, no problem. Check to see if you have the option to buy back from insurance company. It may only cost you a few bucks to buy it back, but can be sold to really help your favorite charity.
No. We just need a clear title.
It's normally picked up the same or next day following your contact with us. Let us know if you need a "rush" pick up, so we can work with you. We can pickup from any location.
Your vehicle will be refreshed and sold on our retail lot. We strive to sell at our retail space to maximize your deduction and amount going to your charity.
It's always best to contact your tax professional. Typically you can deduct what the vehicle sells for. We strive to maximize this for you. Typical programs send vehicle to auction, but try our best to give your vehicle new life vs. sending it to the junkyard.
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