Donate your car in Georgia, a “Peach” of a state, and one of the original 13 colonies. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center can help you find the right non-profit in your area to accept your vehicle donation. Your car donation can go to help a cause in your area of your choice. By acting locally you can make a difference in your community. We make it easy for you by handling the pick-up and paperwork when you donate your vehicle in Georgia.
Are you a resident of Atlanta, the city that combines the charm of the gracious old south with the action-packed urban life of a modern city? Or do you live in Augusta, surrounded by beautiful antebellum architecture and historic Civil War sites? Wherever your home is, we can accept your car donation all across Georgia. Just call us or fill out an online donation form for one of the non-profits that serve your state. Donor benefits include free pick-up, no paperwork hassle, and a tax deduction. Call or click today!
Children’s Wish Foundation International (CWFI) is a wish-granting nonprofit founded on the premise that laughter is good medicine. They bring joy to critically ill children around the world. From wish fulfillment to hospital enrichment, their numerous programs are designed to distract children from the anxieties of treatment and empower them to face the difficulties ahead.
First and foremost, we are a parent advocacy group. We assist parents by providing the help they deserve and ensuring that their rights are protected. Through the dedication of our photo partners, we produce and distribute billions of images of missing children worldwide. We gather and share information, serve as a clearinghouse for information on the laws about missing children, and are developing the largest database in this country on missing children.
The Georgia Council of the Blind Inc., an affiliate of the American Council of the Blind, is a consumer organization that strives to elevate the social, economic and cultural levels of the blind. Our organization works toward providing a forum for views of the blind, improving education and rehabilitation, and broadening vocational opportunities. Peer support is an important part of the Georgia Council of the Blind, as it encourages and assists the blind in developing their abilities and potential to become independent and responsible citizens in their communities. We also work hard to educate the public about the problems of blindness and the capabilities of blind people.