Your car donation is a lifeline for the homeless in MD, VA & DC
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Volunteers of America Chesapeake provides men, women and children struggling with homelessness with services in Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC. Learn how to donate your car.
Volunteers of America Chesapeake invests millions of dollars and thousands of man-hours into both preventing and ending homelessness in Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland. When you donate a used car, local people struggling with homelessness receive the care they need on the street and in local shelters and clinics. When Volunteers of America Chesapeake engages homeless veterans, young people and families with children in Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC we provide them with help for as long as it takes to return to self-sufficiency. Your used vehicle donations provide homeless assistance that ranges from housing support and placement to case management, and vocational training and placement so that those struggling with homelessness can blossom into stable and productive members of our community.
Wondering how to donate your car? Just use the easy form to the right – it only takes a minute to fill out. Click ‘submit’ and we’ll usually be back to you within 24 hours to schedule your donation. Rather handle the donation over the phone? Call toll free 877-721-4862
Donate a used vehicle in Maryland, Washington DC or Virginia and help Volunteers of America transform the lives of the homeless with these life changing services:
Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter:
Volunteers of America Chesapeake's Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter is a 50-bed, emergency homeless shelter for adults. Most homeless people stay here an average of 90 days while they are given medical care, mental health services, substance abuse counseling, education and training.
Bailey’s Crossroads Hypothermia Shelter:
This emergency hypothermia shelter program operates seven days a week in the months of December through March. It serves single adults who manage to find shelter of their own outdoors in the warmer months. A true community effort, local faith congregations partner with Bailey's Crossroads Community Shelter allowing their facilities to be used to house these individuals overnight.
Hilda M. Barg Homeless Prevention Center:
Volunteers of America Chesapeake's Hilda M. Barg Homeless Prevention Center is a 30-bed, short-term shelter helping homeless families and single adults. We help them develop their own program to lead to self-sufficient living. Shelter residents, homeless individuals and other community members in need have been making the most of the on-site programs here since 1990. These programs provide intensive case management including: children's services; drug and alcohol abuse prevention services; mental health evaluation and counseling; budget training; adult education and employment services.
Loudoun Homeless Services Center
Volunteers of America Chesapeake's Loudoun Homeless Services Center is a comprehensive facility that is home to four innovative programs:
Loudoun Emergency Homeless Shelter
Drop In Center
Loudoun Transitional Housing Program
Cold Weather Shelter
Pratt House, located in Baltimore, Maryland – once a dilapidated Baltimore City School, has been transformed into a vibrant affordable housing complex. Not only does Pratt House provide a safe and supportive residential environment for homeless families with two or more children, it also offers case management, mental health counseling and referrals to needed services, such as substance abuse treatment, health care, adult education and job training. On any given day Pratt House houses up to 35 families and nearly 100 children who rely on Volunteers of America Chesapeake (and your generous car donations) for shelter and supportive services.
Virginia Beach Winter Shelter:
Volunteers of America Chesapeake's Virginia Beach Winter Shelter provides emergency services to more than 60 homeless adults every night from October to April. People who need shelter report to a designated central location and are then transported to a site where cots, bedrolls, food and coffee are available.
Your donation of a car, truck or other vehicle is crucial for us to continue offering these life saving services. No one makes it easier to donate a vehicle - just use the form on the right side of the page to get started, submit your information and wait for us to call and schedule your appointment. Or you can always give us a call toll free at 877-721-4862.
I WANT TO DONATE A CAR
Donate your car now.
Our simple 2 step
process makes it easy!
Step 1: Fill out the form to the right
Step 2: Hit ‘Submit’
It’s that easy – we’ll usually call you within 24 hours to arrange your donation
Homeless Services, underwritten by your car donation to Volunteers of America Chesapeake,
provides food, shelter, counseling, job training and job placement to more than 4000 homeless
men, women and children in the District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland. All thanks to
generous donations like yours from Baltimore to Virginia Beach, Washington D.C., Arlington,
Lanham, Woodbridge, Leesburg, Falls Church or Seat Pleasant.