Monday, December 24, 2018

नसीब जिनके* *ऊँचे और मस्त होते हैं,* *इम्तिहान भी उनके

,
📿🌿📿🌿📿🌿📿🌿📿
             *नसीब जिनके*
        *ऊँचे और मस्त होते हैं,*
          *इम्तिहान भी उनके
*
         *जबरदस्त होते हैं...*

*अगर दूसरों को दुखी देखकर*
*आपको भी दुःख होता हैं तो,*
*समझ लो कि*
*भगवान् ने आपको इन्सान*
*बनाकर कोई गलती नहीं की हैं।।*

             *दिल दुखाने पर भी*
             *जो शख्स आपसे*
   *शिकायत तक न करता हो*
         *उस शख्स से ज्यादा प्यार,*
       *आपको कोई और*
          *नहीं कर सकता*

🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃
         *🙏🏻शुभप्रभात🙏🏻*
             
       *सदैव मुस्कुराते रहिये..*.
🌿📿🌿📿🌿📿🌿📿🌿

Thursday, December 20, 2018

नफरत कमाना भी आसान नहीं हैं

,
🍃🌹

*नफरत कमाना भी आसान नहीं हैं
इस दुनिया में,*

*बहुत सी खुबिया रखनी पड़ती हैं किसी की आँखों में खटकने के लिए.!*😊


Tuesday, December 11, 2018

दुआएँ मिल जाये सब की

,
*दुआएँ मिल जाये सब की
                                                                 बस यही काफी है,*

*दवाएँ तो ................*
*कीमत अदा करने पर*
*मिल ही जाती हैं*


Monday, December 10, 2018

सिर्फ दुनिया के सामने जीतने वाला

,
*सिर्फ दुनिया के सामने जीतने वाला
ही विजेता नहीं होता।*

       *किन रिश्तों के सामने कब और कहाँ हारना है, यह जानने वाला भी विजेता होता  है...*
         *🙏🏻सुप्रभात🙏🏻*
      *आपका दिन शुभ हो*

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

_कहीं ना कहीं लोगों के मन में कर्मो का डर

,
✍🏻
*_कहीं ना कहीं लोगों के मन में कर्मो
का डर तो हैं ही, तभी तो गंगा पर इतनी भीड है.......!!!_*

*_पर अब इन्हें कौन समझाए साहब की पाप शरीर नहीं  करता बल्कि विचार करते है और गंगा विचारो को नहीं, सिर्फ शरीर को ही धोती है........_*

*_🌴🍃🙏🏻सुप्रभात🌴🍃🙏🏻_*

Monday, December 3, 2018

फूंक मारकर हम दिए को बुझा सकते है

,


*फूंक मारकर हम दिए को बुझा सकते है
पर अगरबत्ती को नहीं,*
                           
*क्योंकि जो महकता है उसे कौन बुझा सकता है...और जो जलता है वह खुद बुझ जाता है।*

*🙏🏻🌞सुप्रभात🌞🙏🏻*

Sunday, December 2, 2018

लोगो की ईर्ष्या आपकी सफलता

,
🌹आज का सुविचार🌹

*लोगो की ईर्ष्या आपकी सफलता
को रोक नही सकती,*

*अपनी सोच में आत्मविश्वास और उनके प्रति सहानुभूति रखे,*

*आपकी सोच आपकी सफलता और भाग्य बनती है।*

*निंदा आकाश की और फैंके गए उस पत्थर के समान है जो लौटकर उसी पर गिरता है जिसने उसे फैंका है।*
         
*सुप्रभात*🙏

Saturday, December 1, 2018

गलती पर साथ छोड़ने वाले तो बहुत मिलते है*

,
✍✍ *"गलती पर साथ छोड़ने वाले                   तो बहुत मिलते है*
                    पर
*गलती पर समझा कर साथ निभाने वाले बहुत कम मिलते है*                                                                                               *🌹"हमारी सभी अंगुलियां लंबाई में बराबर नहीं होती हैं,*
*किन्तु जब वे मुड़ती हैं तो बराबर दिखती हैं..!!"*🌹
                *इसी प्रकार यदि हम किन्हीं परिस्थितियों में थोड़ा सा झुक जातें है या तालमेल बिठा लेते हैं तो ज़िन्दगी बहुत आसान व् आनंदित हो जाती है।*🌹
      *""सदा मुस्कुराते रहिये""*
           *🌹सु प्रभात🌹*

Friday, November 30, 2018

किसी भी प्रकार की गरीबी हमारा ईश्वर

,
किसी भी प्रकार की गरीबी हमारा ईश्वर
से उचित सम्बन्ध जोड़ देती है जब कि हर प्रकार की अमीरी, चाहे मन की हो या धन की, हमारा उससे विच्छेद करा देती है।

Thursday, November 29, 2018

दुनिया में सिर्फ २% लोग

,
*😷कडवा सच
😷*

*दुनिया में सिर्फ २% लोग*
*धूप में जलते हैं*
*बाकी*
*तो सब एक दूसरे से*
*जलते हैं*
        🙏🙏🙏🙏

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

विधाता की अदालत में* *वक़ालत बड़ी प्यारी है*

,
🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

*विधाता
की अदालत में*
*वक़ालत बड़ी प्यारी है*
          *ख़ामोश रहिये ..कर्म कीजिये*
        *आपका मुकदमा ज़ारी है।*                         
*अपने कर्म पर विश्वास रखिए*
       *राशियों पर नही....!*
*राशि तो राम और रावण की भी*
           *एक ही थी.....!*
  *लेकिन नियती ने उन्हें फल*
    *उनके कर्म अनुसार दिया*

       💐 *सुप्रभात* 💐

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

जब तक हम अपनी पुरानी गलतियों

,
*जब तक हम अपनी पुरानी गलतियों
को छोड़ने का साहस अपने भीतर पैदा नहीं करेंगे,*

*नई प्रगति की किरण हमारे जीवन में प्रवेश नहीं कर पाएगी ।*

Monday, November 26, 2018

जो नसीब मे है..* *वो चलकर आयेगा.*

,
*जो नसीब मे है..*
      *वो चलकर आयेगा.*

            *जो नही है..*
 *वो आकर भी चला जायेगा.*
       *जिंदगी को इतना*
       *सीरियस लेने की*
   *जरूरत नही है दोस्तो...*
    *यहाँ से जिंदा बचकर*
      *कोई नही जायेगा..*
         *एक सच
है की.....*
*अगर जिंदगी इतनी अच्छी होती*
      *तो हम इस दुनिया मे*
         *रोते रोते ना आते...*
*लेकिन एक मीठा सच ये भी है*
  *अगर ये जिंदगी बुरी होती*
 *तो हम जाते जाते लोगो को*
         *रुलाकर ना जाते*
             *जी ले आज...*
       *कल किसने देखा हैं ।*

       

Friday, November 23, 2018

महफिल थी दुवाओं की,

,
*महफिल  थी दुवाओं
की,*
*तो मैंने भी एक दुआ मांग ली...*

*मेरे अपने सदा खुश रहें,* 
*मेरे साथ भी, मेरे बाद भी...*     

Thursday, November 22, 2018

गुरु कहते है* … *मत सोच की तेरा

,

             
*गुरु
कहते है* …
      *मत सोच की तेरा*
        *सपना क्यों पूरा नहीं होता*
*हिम्मत वालो का इरादा*
         *कभी अधुरा नहीं होता*
*जिस इंसान के कर्म*
                 *अच्छे होते है*
*उस के जीवन में कभी*
             *अँधेरा नहीं होता*

 *

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

मस्तिष्क के लिये अध्ययन

,
मस्तिष्क के लिये अध्ययन
की उतनी ही आवश्यकता है जितनी शरीर के लिये व्यायाम की ।

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

नदी जब निकलती है,*

,
*नदी जब निकलती है,*
*कोई नक्‍शा पास नहीं होता कि "सागर" कहां है।*
*बिना नक्‍शे के सागर तक पहुंच जाती है।*
*इसलिए "कर्म
" करते रहिये,*
*नक्शा तो भगवान् पहले ही बनाकर बैठे है ।*
*हमको तो सिर्फ "बहना" ही है ।।*

      *

Monday, November 19, 2018

एक बेहतरीन इंसान;*

,
💦✨💦✨💦✨💦✨💦

*एक बेहतरीन इंसान;*
*अपनी जुबान से ही पहचाना जाता है;*
*वर्ना अच्छी बातें तो;*
*दीवारों
पर भी लिखी होती हैं।*
💦✨💦✨💦✨💦✨💦

     

Sunday, November 18, 2018

आपकी सोच ही* *आपको बड़ा बनाती है

,
*आपकी सोच ही*
   *आपको बड़ा बनाती है
...!!*

    *यदि हम गुलाब की तरह*
       *खिलना चाहते है तो*
   *काँटों के साथ तालमेल की*
        *कला सीखनी होगी*.   
                                                           
     

Saturday, November 17, 2018

आँसू न होते तो आँखे इतनी खुबसूरत न

,


*"आँसू
न होते तो आँखे इतनी खुबसूरत न होती,*
*दर्द न होता तो खुशी की कीमत*
*न होती|*
*अगर मिल जाता सब-कुछ केवल चाहने  से,*
*तो दुनिया में _"ऊपर वाले"_की जरूरत ही न होती!!

Are you donating a car to charity? Proceed with caution

,

Are you donating a car to charity? Proceed with caution


Vetmade Industries has a vaunted mission: To return disabled warriors to the workforce. It boasts that “93 percent of funds go directly to the cause of helping our heroes.”


Well-meaning folks donated cars worth more than $2 million to Tampa-based Vetmade in 2015 – but only $91,348 made it to the charity, according to data from the California Attorney General. That’s 4.5 percent.


What happened to the overwhelming bulk of that money? About $1.9 million – 95.5 percent of revenues – was spent by a company called Just Donated Inc. in Orange, which specializes in “promoting your cause and generating a steady flow of vehicle donations,” according to its online pitch.

Vehicle donations are one of the most costly ways to give in all of philanthropy, those in the industry say. They’re complicated and time-intensive, often requiring extensive advertising, expensive towing, mechanical repairs, storage, paperwork and eventual sales of what are often clunkers. The charities usually don’t have to do anything at all, leaving all the work to the (usually) for-profit middlemen.

All that costs a lot of money. But, as we’ll show you, some charities get a lot more out of it than others.

SMALL SLICESJust Donated, the Orange business that processes vehicles for charities, did not return calls and emails seeking detail on the numbers. But Vetmade’s executive director in Tampa, John Campbell, said that there are many costs incurred by tow truck drivers, auction houses and the companies that run the donations themselves.


Campbell has been happy with Just Donated, he said; after all is said and done, some companies don’t retur anything to the charities at all.

• Another Southern California company specializing in charity car donations is Fund Raising Partners, long of Los Alamitos and recently relocated to Redondo Beach. Fund Raising Partners processed vehicle donations totaling $1.6 million for the nonprofit Durable Medical Equipment Aid Society in Tarzana in 2015, of which the charity got just 1.7 percent (or $27,235), according to the Attorney General’s data.

The charity’s executive director said the numbers reflect initial start-up costs of running a new car donation program, and that numbers for 2016 will be better.

Fund Raising Partners also handled car donations totaling $593,889 for Faith’s Hope Foundation in Fullerton. The return to that charity was even lower – just $3,213, or 0.5 percent.


• Automotive Recovery Services of Westchester, IL, processed donations worth $6.5 million for the National Veterans Service Fund in Darien, CT. The charity got $1.2 million, or 18.5 percent.

“The amount a charity receives for a vehicle donation is driven by two main factors, 1) the market value of the vehicle donated, and 2) the cost to solicit the donation,” said Phil Kraft, executive director of the National Veterans Service Fund Vehicle, via email. “In the current market we are seeing softer prices for donated vehicles.”

When market prices are soft, the charity focuses on generating “donation volume” to hit its financial goals, Kraft said.

“National Veterans Services Fund has a very limited staff and does not have the human resources to do hands-on marketing. Therefore we choose to utilize broader methods of marketing to solicit donations including SEO and PPC (pay per click). These broader marketing methods can be more costly, bt help us drive higher volumes of vehicle donations.”

• Michael Reese Enterprises in Costa Mesa specializes in processing a very large volume of low-value vehicles. It handled donations worth $6 million for a nonprofit called Growing in Voices in Irvine. The charity got $571,165, or 9.5 percent.

• The biggest players on the scene were the Car Donation Foundation, aka Wheels for Wishes, in St. Louis Park, MN., and its vehicle processor, National Fundraising Management in Hopkins, MN. Total revenue was $31 million, of which $14.1 million went to the charity, or 45 percent.

HEAVY LIFTThat’s better than average.


Total revenue generated by vehicle donations in California was $64.2 million in 2015, with charities getting about $25.5 million, or 39.8 percent of the total, according to the data.

“Vehicle donation programs have become more popular over the past several years,” the AG said in her annual report on commercial fundraisers. “These programs are administered either directly by charities, or by commercial fundraisers that solicit donations and manage the program on a charity’s behalf, in exchange for compensation.”

How does it work?The process usually begins when a donor contacts a charity or commercial fundraiser in response to an ad or solicitation campaign, the AG explains. In the initial phone conversation, the donor will be asked questions about the vehicle. Generally, the vehicle will be accepted unless the cost of towing it exceeds its value.

The donated vehicle is then sold and the proceeds are divided between the commercial fundraiser and the charity. “Because all costs associated with advertising, towing, storing, and selling the vehicle are deducted from the proceeds before any distribution to charity, charities usually only receive a margial amount from the car’s sales proceeds,” the AG warns.

The attorney general filed suit against Ventura-based Cars 4 Causes in 2015, charging it with breach of fiduciary duty and deceptive and misleading solicitations. C4C, as it is known, kept and spent millions of dollars in donations that should have gone to other charities, the AG charged in the suit.

MAKING GOOD

Still, some make it work a lot better than others.

• Advanced Remarketing Services of Warren RI processed $1.1 million of vehicle donations for the Independent Charities of America in Larkspur, CA. The charity got $888,104, or 78.4 percent.

• Advanced Remarketing Services processed $523,053 of donations for the American Cancer Society in Atlanta. The charity got $426,764, or 82 percent.

• Automotive Recovery Services processed $1.4 million of donations for the National Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Maryland Heights, MO. The charity got $1.1 million, or 74 percent.

• Automotive Recovery Services also processed $2.7 million of donations for the National Kidney Foundation in New York. The charity got $1.9 million, or 69 percent.

Zachary Lasky is the e-commerce product manager for Advanced Remarketing Services. “Our goal is to return 70 to 80 percent to the charity – we form a partnership with them. We’re not tyring to pull the wool over anyone’s eyes,” Lasky said.

It can return so much because it doesn’t depend solely on auctions to sell the vehicles, he said. That includes selling directly to buyers, which cuts down on auction fees. Advanced Remarketing Services also avoids storing vehicles for long period of time – which cuts down on storage fees – and on expensive towing.

“It’s definitely disappointing to see people taking advantage, maybe not have the best interest of the charity they work with at heart,” he said.

Donors should read the tea leaves. Charities that are willing to accept just a tiny fraction of donation proceeds may deserve further financial scrutiny.


Also, according to their IRS filings:

• The Car Donation Foundation, which does business as Wheels for Wishes, spent $27.3 million in 2015. More than half of that – 51 percent – went to fundraising.


• Growing in Voices in Irvine, which “promotes charitable giving by connecting people with the chanties and causes they care most about and supports humanitarian services to the hungry, poor and sick,” spent $11.9 million in 2014. Of that, $10.9 million went to fundraising.

• National Veterans Service Fund, whose mission is “to educate and inform the public on the needs of veterans and their families, primarily concerning the Agent Orange Issue and Gulf War illnesses,” spent $9 million in 2015. Six million of that – 66 percent – was spent on fundraising.

Dangerous curves ahead, donors. Do your homework, and proceed with caution.

SMART PERSON’S GUIDE CHARITY CAR DONATIONS• Do your research. CharityNavigator and Guidestar are great places to start to check out how charities spend their money. The Attorney General lays out how much each charity actually gets, compared to the value of the donations, in its annual Commercial Fundraisers report.

• Give vehicles to charities that can actually use them – delivering meals to the homebound, taking elderly people to the doctor, etc. Contact the United Way, a community college or vocational school to find programs that need donated vehicles.

• Find a charity that handles its own car donations. That cuts out the middle-man and allows the charity to keep all the proceeds. If your favorite charity doesn’t accept cars directly, find one that does.

• If the car runs, drive it to the charity yourself. That’ll save money on pickup and towing.

• If you still want to give to a charity that uses a middleman, ask what percentage of your donation the charity will actually get.

• Do paperwork correctly. Donors are responsible for notifying the Department of Motor Vehicles of the transfer of registration. You can be held responsible for parking tickets and worse if you don’t formally sign the car over to the nonprofit.
Are you donating a car to charity? Proceed with caution

Vetmade Industries has a vaunted mission: To return disabled warriors to the workforce. It boasts that “93 percent of funds go directly to the cause of helping our heroes.”


Well-meaning folks donated cars worth more than $2 million to Tampa-based Vetmade in 2015 – but only $91,348 made it to the charity, according to data from the California Attorney General. That’s 4.5 percent.


What happened to the overwhelming bulk of that money? About $1.9 million – 95.5 percent of revenues – was spent by a company called Just Donated Inc. in Orange, which specializes in “promoting your cause and generating a steady flow of vehicle donations,” according to its online pitch.

Vehicle donations are one of the most costly ways to give in all of philanthropy, those in the industry say. They’re complicated and time-intensive, often requiring extensive advertising, expensive towing, mechanical repairs, storage, paperwork and eventual sales of what are often clunkers. The charities usually don’t have to do anything at all, leaving all the work to the (usually) for-profit middlemen.

All that costs a lot of money. But, as we’ll show you, some charities get a lot more out of it than others.

SMALL SLICESJust Donated, the Orange business that processes vehicles for charities, did not return calls and emails seeking detail on the numbers. But Vetmade’s executive director in Tampa, John Campbell, said that there are many costs incurred by tow truck drivers, auction houses and the companies that run the donations themselves.


Campbell has been happy with Just Donated, he said; after all is said and done, some companies don’t retur anything to the charities at all.

• Another Southern California company specializing in charity car donations is Fund Raising Partners, long of Los Alamitos and recently relocated to Redondo Beach. Fund Raising Partners processed vehicle donations totaling $1.6 million for the nonprofit Durable Medical Equipment Aid Society in Tarzana in 2015, of which the charity got just 1.7 percent (or $27,235), according to the Attorney General’s data.

The charity’s executive director said the numbers reflect initial start-up costs of running a new car donation program, and that numbers for 2016 will be better.

Fund Raising Partners also handled car donations totaling $593,889 for Faith’s Hope Foundation in Fullerton. The return to that charity was even lower – just $3,213, or 0.5 percent.

• Automotive Recovery Services of Westchester, IL, processed donations worth $6.5 million for the National Veterans Service Fund in Darien, CT. The charity got $1.2 million, or 18.5 percent.

“The amount a charity receives for a vehicle donation is driven by two main factors, 1) the market value of the vehicle donated, and 2) the cost to solicit the donation,” said Phil Kraft, executive director of the National Veterans Service Fund Vehicle, via email. “In the current market we are seeing softer prices for donated vehicles.”

When market prices are soft, the charity focuses on generating “donation volume” to hit its financial goals, Kraft said.

• The biggest players on the scene were the Car Donation Foundation, aka Wheels for Wishes, in St. Louis Park, MN., and its vehicle processor, National Fundraising Management in Hopkins, MN. Total revenue was $31 million, of which $14.1 million went to the charity, or 45 percent.

HEAVY LIFTThat’s better than average.

Total revenue generated by vehicle donations in California was $64.2 million in 2015, with charities getting about $25.5 million, or 39.8 percent of the total, according to the data.

“Vehicle donation programs have become more popular over the past several years,” the AG said in her annual report on commercial fundraisers. “These programs are administered either directly by charities, or by commercial fundraisers that solicit donations and manage the program on a charity’s behalf, in exchange for compensation.”

How does it work?The process usually begins when a donor contacts a charity or commercial fundraiser in response to an ad or solicitation campaign, the AG explains. In the initial phone conversation, the donor will be asked questions about the vehicle. Generally, the vehicle will be accepted unless the cost of towing it exceeds its value.

The donated vehicle is then sold and the proceeds are divided between the commercial fundraiser and the charity. “Because all costs associated with advertising, towing, storing, and selling the vehicle are deducted from the proceeds before any distribution to charity, charities usually only receive a margial amount from the car’s sales proceeds,” the AG warns.

The attorney general filed suit against Ventura-based Cars 4 Causes in 2015, charging it with breach of fiduciary duty and deceptive and misleading solicitations. C4C, as it is known, kept and spent millions of dollars in donations that should have gone to other charities, the AG charged in the suit.

MAKING GOOD

Still, some make it work a lot better than others.

• Advanced Remarketing Services of Warren RI processed $1.1 million of vehicle donations for the Independent Charities of America in Larkspur, CA. The charity got $888,104, or 78.4 percent.

• Advanced Remarketing Services processed $523,053 of donations for the American Cancer Society in Atlanta. The charity got $426,764, or 82 percent.

• Automotive Recovery Services processed $1.4 million of donations for the National Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Maryland Heights, MO. The charity got $1.1 million, or 74 percent.

• Automotive Recovery Services also processed $2.7 million of donations for the National Kidney Foundation in New York. The charity got $1.9 million, or 69 percent.

Zachary Lasky is the e-commerce product manager for Advanced Remarketing Services. “Our goal is to return 70 to 80 percent to the charity – we form a partnership with them. We’re not tyring to pull the wool over anyone’s eyes,” Lasky said.

It can return so much because it doesn’t depend solely on auctions to sell the vehicles, he said. That includes selling directly to buyers, which cuts down on auction fees. Advanced Remarketing Services also avoids storing vehicles for long period of time – which cuts down on storage fees – and on expensive towing.

“It’s definitely disappointing to see people taking advantage, maybe not have the best interest of the charity they work with at heart,” he said.

Donors should read the tea leaves. Charities that are willing to accept just a tiny fraction of donation proceeds may deserve further financial scrutiny.


• National Veterans Service Fund, whose mission is “to educate and inform the public on the needs of veterans and their families, primarily concerning the Agent Orange Issue and Gulf War illnesses,” spent $9 million in 2015. Six million of that – 66 percent – was spent on fundraising.

Dangerous curves ahead, donors. Do your homework, and proceed with caution.

SMART PERSON’S GUIDE CHARITY CAR DONATIONS• Do your research. CharityNavigator and Guidestar are great places to start to check out how charities spend their money. The Attorney General lays out how much each charity actually gets, compared to the value of the donations, in its annual Commercial Fundraisers report.


• Give vehicles to charities that can actually use them – delivering meals to the homebound, taking elderly people to the doctor, etc. Contact the United Way, a community college or vocational school to find programs that need donated vehicles.

• Find a charity that handles its own car donations. That cuts out the middle-man and allows the charity to keep all the proceeds. If your favorite charity doesn’t accept cars directly, find one that does.

If the car runs, drive it to the charity yourself. That’ll save money on pickup and towing.

• If you still want to give to a charity that uses a middleman, ask what percentage of your donation the charity will actually get.

• Do paperwork correctly. Donors are responsible for notifying the Department of Motor Vehicles of the transfer of registration. You can be held responsible for parking tickets and worse if you don’t formally sign the car over to the nonprofit.

Check Your Car Donation Value

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Check Your Car Donation Value

For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.




Kelly Blue Book: Find the official Kelly Blue Book value for your car, SUV, van or truck.


NADA Appraisal Guides: Used vehicle pricing and information for automobiles, classic cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, aircraft and manufactured housing.


Edmunds: Edmunds provides pricing for new and used vehicles based on your zip code location.
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Check Your Car Donation Value
For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.





Kelly Blue Book: Find the official Kelly Blue Book value for your car, SUV, van or truck.


NADA Appraisal Guides: Used vehicle pricing and information for automobiles, classic cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, aircraft and manufactured housing.



Edmunds: Edmunds provides pricing for new and used vehicles based on your zip code location.
Auto Classified Ads :


Cars.com Cars.com is your online source to buy new and used cars. Sell your used car, or research car prices, reviews and more.


AutoTrader Visit AutoTrader.com to find listings and information on hundreds of thousands of used cars: location, pricing, & auto classifieds.
Check Your Car Donation Value
For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.





Kelly Blue Book: Find the official Kelly Blue Book value for your car, SUV, van or truck.



NADA Appraisal Guides: Used vehicle pricing and information for automobiles, classic cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, aircraft and manufactured housing.


Edmunds: Edmunds provides pricing for new and used vehicles based on your zip code location.
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AutoTrader Visit AutoTrader.com to find listings and information on hundreds of thousands of used cars: location, pricing, & auto classifieds.
Check Your Car Donation Value
For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.

Check Your Car Donation Value

For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.





Kelly Blue Book: Find the official Kelly Blue Book value for your car, SUV, van or truck.


Cars.com Cars.com is your online source to buy new and used cars. Sell your used car, or research car prices, reviews and more.


AutoTrader Visit AutoTrader.com to find listings and information on hundreds of thousands of used cars: location, pricing, & auto classifieds.
Check Your Car Donation Value
For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.

Kelly Blue Book: Find the official Kelly Blue Book value for your car, SUV, van or truck.


NADA Appraisal Guides: Used vehicle pricing and information for automobiles, classic cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, aircraft and manufactured housing.


Edmunds: Edmunds provides pricing for new and used vehicles based on your zip code location.

Auto Classified Ads :



Cars.com Cars.com is your online source to buy new and used cars. Sell your used car, or research car prices, reviews and more.


AutoTrader Visit AutoTrader.com to find listings and information on hundreds of thousands of used cars: location, pricing, & auto classifieds.
Check Your Car Donation Value
For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.





Kelly Blue Book: Find the official Kelly Blue Book value for your car, SUV, van or truck.


NADA Appraisal Guides: Used vehicle pricing and information for automobiles, classic cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, aircraft and manufactured housing.


Edmunds: Edmunds provides pricing for new and used vehicles based on your zip code location.
Auto Classified Ads :


Cars.com Cars.com is your online source to buy new and used cars. Sell your used car, or research car prices, reviews and more.


AutoTrader Visit AutoTrader.com to find listings and information on hundreds of thousands of used cars: location, pricing, & auto classifieds.
Check Your Car Donation Value
For your easy reference and to help you decide if donating a car is right for you please visit these one of these sites to find the value of your car, boat, RV or motorcycle.





Kelly Blue Book: Find the official Kelly Blue Book value for your car, SUV, van or truck.


NADA Appraisal Guides: Used vehicle pricing and information for automobiles, classic cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, aircraft and manufactured housing.


Edmunds: Edmunds provides pricing for new and used vehicles based on your zip code location.
Auto Classified Ads :


Cars.com Cars.com is your online source to buy new and used cars. Sell your used car, or research car prices, reviews and more.



AutoTrader Visit AutoTrader.com to find listings and information on hundreds of thousands of used cars: location, pricing, & auto classifieds.

How To Donate a Car In California

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How To Donate a Car In California ?

Are you ready to donate a car in California? If so, good for you! Donating a car to charity is a wonderful decision on many levels. First of all, your donation goes to help a great cause. Plus, you get your old vehicle or junk car moved off of your property free of charge. You are also recycling an old vehicle, and you also get to claim the car donation as a tax deduction.




In this post you'll find some tips on how to donate a car in California and some specific requirements you should be aware of that relate to California car donations. 


1. To donate a car in California, you begin by submitting an online car donation form or calling the charity you wish donate your vehicle to. If you wish to claim the car donation as a tax deduction, be sure to check that the charity is an IRS recognized nonprofit organization.


2. The process for receiving the tax receipt for your charitable donation may vary. Some charities will email you the initial receipt while others have the tow truck provide you with the receipt at the time of pick up. This is just an initial receipt and enables you to claim a tax deduction of up to $500. You should check with the charity to find out what their procedure is for providing you with this receipt when you submit your vehicle donation.


3. In the State of California, the license plates remain with the vehicle, so these should not be removed prior to the pickup.


4. Filing a Release of Liability with the California Department of Motor Vehicles is an important step you do not want to miss when you donate a car. This document releases you from future liability which may arise for any reason after the vehicle is donated. In California the procedure for filing a Release of Liability is that you must return the pink portion of the title or DMV form REG 138 to your local Department of Motor Vehicles. Alternatively, you can file your release of liability online at http://www.dmv.ca.gov.


5. If your vehicle sells for more than $500, or if it qualifies for a fair market value tax deduction, you will receive additional tax paperwork after the sale of the vehicle takes place. The amount you will be allowed to deduct on your taxes will vary depending on several factors which could include the price the vehicle is sold for or whether the vehicle is classified as a fair market value car donation.


6. One last point we should mention is that if you plan to claim your car donation tax deduction on your 2012 taxes, you need to make sure you donate the car well before the deadline of December 31, 2012. The charity should have possession of the vehicle before midnight on December 31st, or at least have the pickup well in the works, in order for you to claim your tax deduction in 2012. Don’t wait till the last minute as there could be delays that could result in you being unable to claim the donation as a deduction for the current tax year.


If you have any further questions related to your car donation tax deduction, most charities are relatively knowledgeable about the process and paperwork needed, however, you should consult a CPA or accountant for specifics regarding your particular tax situation.





1. To donate a car in California, you begin by submitting an online car donation form or calling the charity you wish donate your vehicle to. If you wish to claim the car donation as a tax deduction, be sure to check that the charity is an IRS recognized nonprofit organization.



2. The process for receiving the tax receipt for your charitable donation may vary. Some charities will email you the initial receipt while others have the tow truck provide you with the receipt at the time of pick up. This is just an initial receipt and enables you to claim a tax deduction of up to $500. You should check with the charity to find out what their procedure is for providing you with this receipt when you submit your vehicle donation.


3. In the State of California, the license plates remain with the vehicle, so these should not be removed prior to the pickup.


4. Filing a Release of Liability with the California Department of Motor Vehicles is an important step you do not want to miss when you donate a car. This document releases you from future liability which may arise for any reason after the vehicle is donated. In California the procedure for filing a Release of Liability is that you must return the pink portion of the title or DMV form REG 138 to your local Department of Motor Vehicles. Alternatively, you can file your release of liability online at http://www.dmv.ca.gov.


5. If your vehicle sells for more than $500, or if it qualifies for a fair market value tax deduction, you will receive additional tax paperwork after the sale of the vehicle takes place. The amount you will be allowed to deduct on your taxes will vary depending on several factors which could include the price the vehicle is sold for or whether the vehicle is classified as a fair market value car donation.


6. One last point we should mention is that if you plan to claim your car donation tax deduction on your 2012 taxes, you need to make sure you donate the car well before the deadline of December 31, 2012. The charity should have possession of the vehicle before midnight on December 31st, or at least have the pickup well in the works, in order for you to claim your tax deduction in 2012. Don’t wait till the last minute as there could be delays that could result in you being unable to claim the donation as a deduction for the current tax year.


If you have any further questions related to your car donation tax deduction, most charities are relatively knowledgeable about the process and paperwork needed, however, you should consult a CPA or accountant for specifics regarding your particular tax situation.



For additional questions related to car donations in California, you can contact your local DMV or visit the California DMV website for the latest information on state specific requirements.
How To Donate a Car In California ?
Are you ready to donate a car in California? If so, good for you! Donating a car to charity is a wonderful decision on many levels. First of all, your donation goes to help a great cause. Plus, you get your old vehicle or junk car moved off of your property free of charge. You are also recycling an old vehicle, and you also get to claim the car donation as a tax deduction.





In this post you'll find some tips on how to donate a car in California and some specific requirements you should be aware of that relate to California car donations. 


1. To donate a car in California, you begin by submitting an online car donation form or calling the charity you wish donate your vehicle to. If you wish to claim the car donation as a tax deduction, be sure to check that the charity is an IRS recognized nonprofit organization.


2. The process for receiving the tax receipt for your charitable donation may vary. Some charities will email you the initial receipt while others have the tow truck provide you with the receipt at the time of pick up. This is just an initial receipt and enables you to claim a tax deduction of up to $500. You should check with the charity to find out what their procedure is for providing you with this receipt when you submit your vehicle donation.


3. In the State of California, the license plates remain with the vehicle, so these should not be removed prior to the pickup.


4. Filing a Release of Liability with the California Department of Motor Vehicles is an important step you do not want to miss when you donate a car. This document releases you from future liability which may arise for any reason after the vehicle is donated. In California the procedure for filing a Release of Liability is that you must return the pink portion of the title or DMV form REG 138 to your local Department of Motor Vehicles. Alternatively, you can file your release of liability online at http://www.dmv.ca.gov.


5. If your vehicle sells for more than $500, or if it qualifies for a fair market value tax deduction, you will receive additional tax paperwork after the sale of the vehicle takes place. The amount you will be allowed to deduct on your taxes will vary depending on several factors which could include the price the vehicle is sold for or whether the vehicle is classified as a fair market value car donation.

CAR DONATION TAX LAWS

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CAR DONATION TAX LAWS
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE CURRENT TAX LAWS GOVERNING VEHICLE DONATIONS.

On October 22, 2004 President Bush signed the JOBS bill (HR 4520) into law. Section 731 of this law placed new restrictions on car donations to charity. If you are planning to donate a car, it is important to note these changes to the tax law that went into effect on January 1st, 2005 to make sure that you will receive the tax benefits that you expect from your car donation.


TITLE VIII: Revenue Provisions - (Sec. 884) Title VIII revised the rules for claiming tax deductions for charitable donations of motor vehicles, boats, and airplanes valued over $500. It limits the allowable amount of such deductions to the gross proceeds received by the donee charitable organization from the sale of the donated vehicle.




The new Provision requires the donee organization to provide donors with a written acknowledgment of the contribution within 30 days of the donation.


Title VIII imposes a penalty upon donee organizations for providing false or fraudulent acknowledgments. News on tougher car donation tax laws To help reduce overvalued auto donations (and bring more tax dollars to federal coffers), the IRS has issued a new guide for auto donations. In addition, legislation signed into law by President Bush on Oct. 22 made substantial changes to used-car charitable deductions in effect since January 1st 2005.


Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), primary sponsor of the measure, calls it "common-sense reforms [that] will go a long way toward ending the abuses in car donations" documented by government accountants. Charities acknowledge that there are problems with the current system, but many are skeptical about changes that put the burden of policing tax breaks on the recipient groups. The organizations also worry that the new rules will dampen these types of contributions. In a letter sent to the Treasury Secretary during consideration of the changes, representatives of two dozen charitable groups argued that, "Under such a proposal, a taxpayer's actual deduction amount would be uncertain at the time of a contribution, and potential donors would not be able to compare the relative benefits obtained by donating their vehicles, trading them in to a car dealer, or selling the vehicles themselves. ... We believe this approach would greatly discourage and reduce future vehicle donations to charities and increase the cost of administering such programs, and we would respectfully ask that the Treasury join us in opposing any such proposal."
CAR DONATION TAX LAWS
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE CURRENT TAX LAWS GOVERNING VEHICLE DONATIONS.
On October 22, 2004 President Bush signed the JOBS bill (HR 4520) into law. Section 731 of this law placed new restrictions on car donations to charity. If you are planning to donate a car, it is important to note these changes to the tax law that went into effect on January 1st, 2005 to make sure that you will receive the tax benefits that you expect from your car donation.


TITLE VIII: Revenue Provisions - (Sec. 884) Title VIII revised the rules for claiming tax deductions for charitable donations of motor vehicles, boats, and airplanes valued over $500. It limits the allowable amount of such deductions to the gross proceeds received by the donee charitable organization from the sale of the donated vehicle.





On October 22, 2004 President Bush signed the JOBS bill (HR 4520) into law. Section 731 of this law placed new restrictions on car donations to charity. If you are planning to donate a car, it is important to note these changes to the tax law that went into effect on January 1st, 2005 to make sure that you will receive the tax benefits that you expect from your car donation.


TITLE VIII: Revenue Provisions - (Sec. 884) Title VIII revised the rules for claiming tax deductions for charitable donations of motor vehicles, boats, and airplanes valued over $500. It limits the allowable amount of such deductions to the gross proceeds received by the donee charitable organization from the sale of the donated vehicle.





The new Provision requires the donee organization to provide donors with a written acknowledgment of the contribution within 30 days of the donation.


Title VIII imposes a penalty upon donee organizations for providing false or fraudulent acknowledgments. News on tougher car donation tax laws To help reduce overvalued auto donations (and bring more tax dollars to federal coffers), the IRS has issued a new guide for auto donations. In addition, legislation signed into law by President Bush on Oct. 22 made substantial changes to used-car charitable deductions in effect since January 1st 2005.



Beginning Jan. 1, 2005, when a taxpayer donates a vehicle for which the claimed value is $500 or more, the precise deduction he can claim will depend on how the charity plans to use the vehicle. If the auto is sold by the nonprofit, then the taxpayer will be able to deduct only the amount of gross proceeds the organization got from the sale. And the donor will have to depend on the charity to let him know the donation amount by the individual tax-filing deadline.


If, however, the charity plans to use the car for what the law deems as "significant" tax-approved charitable work, the donor would be able to claim the fair market value of the donated vehicle. The new law also provides penalties for fraudulent acknowledgments provided to taxpayers.


Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), primary sponsor of the measure, calls it "common-sense reforms [that] will go a long way toward ending the abuses in car donations" documented by government accountants. Charities acknowledge that there are problems with the current system, but many are skeptical about changes that put the burden of policing tax breaks on the recipient groups. The organizations also worry that the new rules will dampen these types of contributions. In a letter sent to the Treasury Secretary during consideration of the changes, representatives of two dozen charitable groups argued that, "Under such a proposal, a taxpayer's actual deduction amount would be uncertain at the time of a contribution, and potential donors would not be able to compare the relative benefits obtained by donating their vehicles, trading them in to a car dealer, or selling the vehicles themselves. ... We believe this approach would greatly discourage and reduce future vehicle donations to charities and increase the cost of administering such programs, and we would respectfully ask that the Treasury join us in opposing any such proposal."
CAR DONATION TAX LAWS
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE CURRENT TAX LAWS GOVERNING VEHICLE DONATIONS.
On October 22, 2004 President Bush signed the JOBS bill (HR 4520) into law. Section 731 of this law placed new restrictions on car donations to charity. If you are planning to donate a car, it is important to note these changes to the tax law that went into effect on January 1st, 2005 to make sure that you will receive the tax benefits that you expect from your car donation.


TITLE VIII: Revenue Provisions - (Sec. 884) Title VIII revised the rules for claiming tax deductions for charitable donations of motor vehicles, boats, and airplanes valued over $500. It limits the allowable amount of such deductions to the gross proceeds received by the donee charitable organization from the sale of the donated vehicle.





The new Provision requires the donee organization to provide donors with a written acknowledgment of the contribution within 30 days of the donation.


Title VIII imposes a penalty upon donee organizations for providing false or fraudulent acknowledgments. News on tougher car donation tax laws To help reduce overvalued auto donations (and bring more tax dollars to federal coffers), the IRS has issued a new guide for auto donations. In addition, legislation signed into law by President Bush on Oct. 22 made substantial changes to used-car charitable deductions in effect since January 1st 2005.



Beginning Jan. 1, 2005, when a taxpayer donates a vehicle for which the claimed value is $500 or more, the precise deduction he can claim will depend on how the charity plans to use the vehicle. If the auto is sold by the nonprofit, then the taxpayer will be able to deduct only the amount of gross proceeds the organization got from the sale. And the donor will have to depend on the charity to let him know the donation amount by the individual tax-filing deadline.


If, however, the charity plans to use the car for what the law deems as "significant" tax-approved charitable work, the donor would be able to claim the fair market value of the donated vehicle. The new law also provides penalties for fraudulent acknowledgments provided to taxpayers.


Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), primary sponsor of the measure, calls it "common-sense reforms [that] will go a long way toward ending the abuses in car donations" documented by government accountants. Charities acknowledge that there are problems with the current system, but many are skeptical about changes that put the burden of policing tax breaks on the recipient groups. The organizations also worry that the new rules will dampen these types of contributions. In a letter sent to the Treasury Secretary during consideration of the changes, representatives of two dozen charitable groups argued that, "Under such a proposal, a taxpayer's actual deduction amount would be uncertain at the time of a contribution, and potential donors would not be able to compare the relative benefits obtained by donating their vehicles, trading them in to a car dealer, or selling the vehicles themselves. ... We believe this approach would greatly discourage and reduce future vehicle donations to charities and increase the cost of administering such programs, and we would respectfully ask that the Treasury join us in opposing any such proposal."

Memorial Day Feature: Car Donations for Veterans

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Memorial Day Feature: Car Donations for Veterans




Car Donations for Veterans is a meaningful way to support military and veteran related charities with a tax deduction eligible contribution.

This Memorial Day we are doing a special feature on car donations for veterans. This national holiday is a time where we all take a chance to honor the active and retired military members who serve our country. When donating a car there are many different car donation programs to choose from but we would like to highlight our veteran and military related charities that you can donate a car to.



Take a look at some of the comments and support that some of our amazing donors have to say about their car donation process and why they chose to donate cars to veteran organizations.
Fairhaven, MA – “Donation seemed to be the best thing to do with the car, and I’ve always had the utmost respect for our country’s veterans. I try to give back to them wherever I can.”
Mount Prospect, IL – “I have bought a new car. I wanted to donate this one so it can be used specifically to benefit those who could use help. As a veteran myself I would feel better knowing the car was going towards veterans in need as opposed to possibly being scrapped and ending up rusting away in a junkyard.”
Westfield, MA – “Hopefully there will be some value left in it to help out a vet.”
Oak Grove, LA – “My husband, was a Veteran, as well as 2 sons, grandson, son in law.”
Richmond, VA – “I would prefer that your Organization benefit from it before giving it to these organizations that want steal it from you.”
Madison, WI – “As a Veteran myself I would like to help others that have served in any way I can.”
Beaverton, OR – “I am a vet If this can help them in anyway I am happy to donate my vehicle.”
Sandy Hook, CT – “I can no longer drive. I want my car to go to help deserving veterans and/or their families.”
Murfreesboro, TN – “I think it’s a great organization and my step dad was a Navy Seal so I feel like it’s the least I can do. And whatever you get will maybe help someone.”
Holsbrook, MA – “Instead of trading it in I want to help others.”
Beaverton, OR – “My husband and I are both children of military families. We understand the unique challenges veteran’s and their families face. I have loved this vehicle and done my best to keep it maintained. The repair required is beyond us, but may not be for you. The parts have value but we don’t have the skills to utilize them.”
Burnsville, MN – “My husband is a Vet and works for the VA – it is a good opportunity to donate to an important cause.”
Chandler, AZ – “I wanted to support our veterans, especially with Memorial Day approaching.”

For more information visit our homepage to learn about donating a car. Don’t forget to celebrate our veterans this Memorial Day and consider honoring them with car donations for veterans.


Memorial Day Feature: Car Donations for Veterans

Car Donations for Veterans is a meaningful way to support military and veteran related charities with a tax deduction eligible contribution.

This Memorial Day we are doing a special feature on car donations for veterans. This national holiday is a time where we all take a chance to honor the active and retired military members who serve our country. When donating a car there are many different car donation programs to choose from but we would like to highlight our veteran and military related charities that you can donate a car to.

Our featured organizations are Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Vets Vehicles and Fisher House Foundation. Donating a car to one of these charities is a great way to support our veterans with a significant and meaningful contribution. You may not realize the value your car still has and a charitable tax deduction eligible car donation is an easy and free way to get rid of your old vehicle.\


Take a look at some of the comments and support that some of our amazing donors have to say about their car donation process and why they chose to donate cars to veteran organizations.
Fairhaven, MA – “Donation seemed to be the best thing to do with the car, and I’ve always had the utmost respect for our country’s veterans. I try to give back to them wherever I can.”
Mount Prospect, IL – “I have bought a new car. I wanted to donate this one so it can be used specifically to benefit those who could use help. As a veteran myself I would feel better knowing the car was going towards veterans in need as opposed to possibly being scrapped and ending up rusting away in a junkyard.”


For more information visit our homepage to learn about donating a car. Don’t forget to celebrate our veterans this Memorial Day and consider honoring them with car donations for veterans.



Memorial Day Feature: Car Donations for Veterans


Car Donations for Veterans is a meaningful way to support military and veteran related charities with a tax deduction eligible contribution.

This Memorial Day we are doing a special feature on car donations for veterans. This national holiday is a time where we all take a chance to honor the active and retired military members who serve our country. When donating a car there are many different car donation programs to choose from but we would like to highlight our veteran and military related charities that you can donate a car to.

Our featured organizations are Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Vets Vehicles and Fisher House Foundation. Donating a car to one of these charities is a great way to support our veterans with a significant and meaningful contribution. You may not realize the value your car still has and a charitable tax deduction eligible car donation is an easy and free way to get rid of your old vehicle.\


Take a look at some of the comments and support that some of our amazing donors have to say about their car donation process and why they chose to donate cars to veteran organizations.
Fairhaven, MA – “Donation seemed to be the best thing to do with the car, and I’ve always had the utmost respect for our country’s veterans. I try to give back to them wherever I can.”
Mount Prospect, IL – “I have bought a new car. I wanted to donate this one so it can be used specifically to benefit those who could use help. As a veteran myself I would feel better knowing the car was going towards veterans in need as opposed to possibly being scrapped and ending up rusting away in a junkyard.”

Westfield, MA – “Hopefully there will be some value left in it to help out a vet.”

Oak Grove, LA – “My husband, was a Veteran, as well as 2 sons, grandson, son in law.”
Richmond, VA – “I would prefer that your Organization benefit from it before giving it to these organizations that want steal it from you.”
Madison, WI – “As a Veteran myself I would like to help others that have served in any way I can.”
Beaverton, OR – “I am a vet If this can help them in anyway I am happy to donate my vehicle.”
Sandy Hook, CT – “I can no longer drive. I want my car to go to help deserving veterans and/or their families.”
Murfreesboro, TN – “I think it’s a great organization and my step dad was a Navy Seal so I feel like it’s the least I can do. And whatever you get will maybe help someone.”
Holsbrook, MA – “Instead of trading it in I want to help others.”
Beaverton, OR – “My husband and I are both children of military families. We understand the unique challenges veteran’s and their families face. I have loved this vehicle and done my best to keep it maintained. The repair required is beyond us, but may not be for you. The parts have value but we don’t have the skills to utilize them.”
Burnsville, MN – “My husband is a Vet and works for the VA – it is a good opportunity to donate to an important cause.”
Chandler, AZ – “I wanted to support our veterans, especially with Memorial Day approaching.”

For more information visit our homepage to learn about donating a car. Don’t forget to celebrate our veterans this Memorial Day and consider honoring them with car donations for veterans.

Concern Worldwide U.S. Car Donation Program

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Concern Worldwide U.S. Car Donation Program

We are happy to announce a new car donation program through Concern Worldwide, U.S. Concern Worldwide is dedicated to ending poverty and hunger in the world’s poorest countries. An international group that strives to promote human welfare, Concerns main values are health, hunger, and humanitarian response in emergencies. Concern was started in Ireland by John and Kay O’Loughlin-Kennedy in 1968. Concern has spread worldwide with more than 3, 200 staff from 50 countries, and operates in 26 of the world’s poorest countries, headquartered in New York City and Chicago, Illinois in the U.S.

By donating your car to charity through Concern Worldwide’s vehicle donation program, your generous support will help the poorest people in 26 of the world’s least developed countries. In 2016, 92% of Concern’s expenditure was used for programs such as buying clean water for a whole village, helped furnish a classroom for 90 people, providing family farming tools, giving school supplies to children, and helped to feed malnourished children. Donate your car to Concern Worldwide today, and help stop extreme poverty and hunger. To learn more about Concern visit https://www.concernusa.org/ or call one of our Car Donation Representatives today!

Concern Worldwide U.S. Car Donation Program
We are happy to announce a new car donation program through Concern Worldwide, U.S. Concern Worldwide is dedicated to ending poverty and hunger in the world’s poorest countries. An international group that strives to promote human welfare, Concerns main values are health, hunger, and humanitarian response in emergencies. Concern was started in Ireland by John and Kay O’Loughlin-Kennedy in 1968. Concern has spread worldwide with more than 3, 200 staff from 50 countries, and operates in 26 of the world’s poorest countries, headquartered in New York City and Chicago, Illinois in the U.S.


Concern’s mission is to help people living in extreme poverty achieve major life improvements that last and spread throughout communities. To achieve this mission, Concern seeks to help change the root cause of poverty through their work with advocacy and education. Concern Worldwide strongly believes in the concept that eliminating extreme hunger and poverty is possible, and they prove this belief through their work every day.


Concern Worldwide U.S. Car Donation Program
We are happy to announce a new car donation program through Concern Worldwide, U.S. Concern Worldwide is dedicated to ending poverty and hunger in the world’s poorest countries. An international group that strives to promote human welfare, Concerns main values are health, hunger, and humanitarian response in emergencies. Concern was started in Ireland by John and Kay O’Loughlin-Kennedy in 1968. Concern has spread worldwide with more than 3, 200 staff from 50 countries, and operates in 26 of the world’s poorest countries, headquartered in New York City and Chicago, Illinois in the U.S.


Concern’s mission is to help people living in extreme poverty achieve major life improvements that last and spread throughout communities. To achieve this mission, Concern seeks to help change the root cause of poverty through their work with advocacy and education. Concern Worldwide strongly believes in the concept that eliminating extreme hunger and poverty is possible, and they prove this belief through their work every day.


By donating your car to charity through Concern Worldwide’s vehicle donation program, your generous support will help the poorest people in 26 of the world’s least developed countries. In 2016, 92% of Concern’s expenditure was used for programs such as buying clean water for a whole village, helped furnish a classroom for 90 people, providing family farming tools, giving school supplies to children, and helped to feed malnourished children. Donate your car to Concern Worldwide today, and help stop extreme poverty and hunger. To learn more about Concern visit 
Concern Worldwide U.S. Car Donation Program
We are happy to announce a new car donation program through Concern Worldwide, U.S. Concern Worldwide is dedicated to ending poverty and hunger in the world’s poorest countries. An international group that strives to promote human welfare, Concerns main values are health, hunger, and humanitarian response in emergencies. Concern was started in Ireland by John and Kay O’Loughlin-Kennedy in 1968. Concern has spread worldwide with more than 3, 200 staff from 50 countries, and operates in 26 of the world’s poorest countries, headquartered in New York City and Chicago, Illinois in the U.S.


Concern’s mission is to help people living in extreme poverty achieve major life improvements that last and spread throughout communities. To achieve this mission, Concern seeks to help change the root cause of poverty through their work with advocacy and education. Concern Worldwide strongly believes in the concept that eliminating extreme hunger and poverty is possible, and they prove this belief through their work every day.


By donating your car to charity through Concern Worldwide’s vehicle donation program, your generous support will help the poorest people in 26 of the world’s least developed countries. In 2016, 92% of Concern’s expenditure was used for programs such as buying clean water for a whole village, helped furnish a classroom for 90 people, providing family farming tools, giving school supplies to children, and helped to feed malnourished children. Donate your car to Concern Worldwide today, and help stop extreme poverty and hunger. To learn more about Concern visit https://www.concernusa.org/ or call one of our Car Donation Representatives today!

 

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