When you say to yourself “I want to donate my car to charity”, you’re making a truly generous gesture. Give to the right charity and you will be getting an old car off your hands and funding important programs that help people in your area. [Read More]
For lots of Americans recycling has become a part of our daily, or at least weekly, lives. Hey, even NASCAR is recycling and going green now! [Read More]
They’re everywhere – ads asking you to donate your old car or truck to a charitable organization. When you see this much advertising on any subject, you can be certain that it is generating revenue. Organizations don’t pay for advertising if it doesn’t bring in money. In 2008 alone the IRS reports that US taxpayers donated over 443 million dollars worth of old vehicles.
Most people who donate a car are looking for a tax break or looking to get an eyesore out of their driveway. But they also donate cars to charity because they want to help others. So the question becomes: What percentage of the money earned from donating a car actually goes into programs that help people? [Read More]
Recycling – it saves energy, money and the planet. Nearly everything is recyclable, if you just know how. That’s where this ongoing guide to recycling comes in. [Read More]
When you donate a car to Volunteers of America, you help underwrite veterans programs, programs for seniors and for children and their families. But in many areas of the country you also fund programs that help recently released prisoners re-enter society as productive members of society. [Read More]