Did you know that you can donate more than just money to help a worthy cause? At the American Children’s Society, Inc., we pride ourselves on making it simple and easy to help kids in need. This why we’ve recently expanded our donation options to include more than just cars!
Read on to learn more about the different vehicles that you can now donate to the American Children’s Society, Inc.
If you have a camper that’s just sitting on your property and collecting dust, why not donate it? We’re now accepting donations of all types of recreational vehicles so you’ll be able to clear out more of your yard or garage while knowing that your donation will go to help children suffering from cancer.
They say that a man has two happiest days in his life: the day he buys a boat, and the day he finally gets rid of it! If you no longer have the time, money or resources to continue taking care of your boat, why not jump straight to the second happiest day of your life by donating your boat? You won’t have to deal with the constant and expensive upkeep anymore, and your boat will be going to a cause you support.
Of course, you’re still welcome to donate a car in NJ to the American Children’s Society, Inc. We offer our pickup services and accept vehicles of all makes and models. If you want your NJ car donation to go towards helping fight cancer, the American Children’s Society, Inc. should be your go-to option.
What sets our donation program apart from the rest is that we do not use a middleman for towing since we have our own tow trucks. We use the car donations as part of our charitable programs thereby allowing the donor to receive the full Kelley Blue Book private party value (the highest value allowed by the IRS). We are the only charity in the Tri-State area that does this.
As the year comes to a close and vehicle manufacturers of all types start to put out end-of-the-year savings, consider embracing the holiday spirit by donating your used RV, boat or car to kids in need. Contact us today by calling 888-776-4038 to get started!