Location: San Francisco, CA
Location: San Francisco, CA
The mission of the Southeastern California Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists for 31st Street SDA Church Pathfinders is to promote a faith-based co-ed youth group where members are aged 10-17 years, and the staff is 18 years and older. Their Pathfinder Club was established in 1951 with the Southeastern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventist.
Location: San Diego, CA
A public charter school serving Transitional Kindergarten-8th grade students throughout Nevada County, California. The shared vision of our school is to provide a rigorous academic environment using art as a lens to shape curriculum.
Location: New Orleans, LA
Donating your unwanted car in Escondido is so easy!
In just a few minutes you can help neighbors in need.
Escondido is located in a shallow valley surrounded by rocky hills, just 30 miles northeast of Downtown San Diego. “Escondido” means “hidden” in Spanish, and according to different sources the city’s name represents “hidden water” or “hidden treasure”. Either would explain the cities adopted motto of “City of Choice”. With warm summers and cool wet winters, residents of Escondido enjoy a typical Mediterranean climate. Sun lovers flock to Escondido. Its location, roughly 20 miles from the coast provides an abundance of sunny days without the coastal gloom that often covers many parts of San Diego County. This desirable location also provides easy access to major employment centers via the I-15 corridor, as well as convenient highways linking Escondido to coastal communities, recreational areas to both the north and east and several well-known casinos and resorts.
Helping your neighbors in need by donating your car
Although Escondido continues to thrive overall, there is still a significant segment of the community that is suffering. The economic recovery has improved the quality of life for some, but many of Escondido’s residents have sadly been left behind. They need your help. And they need it today. That’s where we come in. Donate your unwanted vehicle through Center for Car Donations and we’ll make sure the funds from the sale of your vehicle go to a reputable charity that provides assistance to your neighbors in need. Center for Car Donations has been processing vehicle donations throughout California for over 10 years. Helping charities and non-profits raise thousands of dollars in donations from generous people like you. We are licensed, bonded and registered to handle vehicle donations with the California Attorney General. With over 20 years of experience, Center for Car Donations makes the car donation process easy for you because we handle everything.
Donate your car to these San Diego County charities
Its All About The Kids
San Diego Civic Youth Ballet
The Old Globe Theater
Veteran Museum and Memorial Center
Vision: A Center of Spiritual Living
There are many worthy nonprofits throughout San Diego County, so if you don’t see your favorite nonprofit on our list, then let us know and we will get them signed up to start receiving donations.
When you donate your car to any of our partner charities you will be making a difference in the lives of people who need your help. We promised you that donating a car is easy and we meant it.
Click the Donate Now button to get started.
How to donate your car in San Diego County
• Visit our website www.centerforcardonations.com and choose from the many wonderful nonprofits we work in San Diego and throughout Southern California.
• Call our toll-free number 877-411-3662 and speak with our friendly and knowledgeable representative.
• Have your title handy when you call.
• Arrange a convenient time and place to have your car picked-up.
• Give our friendly tow truck driver your title and he’ll give you an initial receipt.
• Wait six to eight weeks for your thank you letter and tax receipt.
• Pat yourself on the back for helping your favorite nonprofit with their mission.
See how easy that was? And donating your car to a worthy charity is a win-win for everyone! Your generous donation may have just decreased your annual contribution to Uncle Sam, which is always a good thing. Most importantly, your vehicle donation may just change the life of a neighbor in need.Please, spread the word and donate today.
The Multiple System Atrophy Coalition® is an inclusive U.S. based 501(c)3 charity focused primarily on facilitating and funding MSA research that will lead to the discovery of a cure for this rare and fatal neurodegenerative disorder. Until a cure is found, The MSA Coalition will also provide patient/caregiver education and emotional support, education for healthcare professionals, and leadership in MSA advocacy activities.
Location: Charlotte, NC
Location: Sarasota, FL
This museum of African American Art is a fine arts museum whose mission is to preserve, exhibit and increase public awareness about the contributions of visual artists of African descendants to world culture. Est. in 1988.
Location: Atlanta, GA
The mission of For the Children, Inc. is to empower at-risk youth in our community to make positive life choices that enable them to maximize their personal potential.
Location: Atlanta, GA
WMMT promotes the music, culture and social issues of mountain people. In addition, WMMT discusses policies to benefit Appalachian communities. WMMT also places high value on creative expression and community involvement in radio. You can either find WMMT in Whitesburg, Kentucky, or on the web at http://wmmt.org/.
The Mission of Media in the Public Interest (MPI) is to provide news coverage that helps educate the people in the United States about critical issues that affect their daily lives, ensure multi-platform news content for hard-pressed media outlets, and strengthen and amplify the nonprofit public interest sector’s capacity to interact most effectively with journalists, and the changing media landscape overall.
Location: Boulder, CO
The mission of Nia Urban Ministries, Inc. is to engage youth and adults in identifying opportunities for social action and empower them to lead the sociological transformation of the community toward social-ethical behavior.
Location: Lexington, KY
The mission of Yolo Conflict Resolution Center is to serve as an affordable community-based center for helping people resolve conflicts by delivering mediation, facilitation, education, and restorative justice services.
Location: Davis, CA
The mission of Mow&Sow is to provide education in environmental issues while supporting ecosystem restoration and sustainability.
Location: Marshall, CA
AAUW supports aspiring scholars around the globe, teachers and activists in local communities, women at critical stages of their careers, and those pursuing professions where women are underrepresented.
The Laguna Beach Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW-LB), a 501(c)4 organization founded in 1967, is a dynamic growing organization with many exciting programs, interest groups and opportunities to get involved in the community. Our diverse membership includes residents of Laguna Beach and surrounding communities, spanning a wide range of ages, professions, and backgrounds.