Donate your unwanted car or truck in Maryland to benefit a non-profit of your choice. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center will take the vehicle off your hands and donate the proceeds to the worthy cause you select from a local or nationwide charity. Donate today for a great tax deduction, no paperwork to deal with, and free pick-up of your donated vehicle.
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The Vehicle Donation Processing Center gives vehicle donors in Maryland the opportunity to contribute to a good cause and get a tax deduction as well. Contact us today to get started!
Aid Our Veterans is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization working to help homeless and out of work veterans of our military service. Too many of our veterans have returned to the civilian world only to find a lack of jobs in a changing world. When looking for help, too many slip through the cracks, and end up homeless or unemployed. Aid our Veterans offer a number of programs designed to provide aid to any veteran who may need help, most notably housing, job training and placement assistance.
Our purpose is to reduce anti-Semitism. Each Chair of Jewish Studies established by this program permanently provides a Catholic high school with a Jewish teacher of religion, who teaches courses on the Hebrew Scriptures and Holocaust Studies and raises awareness of Jewish history and culture.
To serve the pets and people of Calvert County by operating a state of the art animal adoption and education center. Their goal is to provide a friendly, caring environment to promote the adoption of unwanted, homeless animals and to support these animals until they are adopted. Their vision is to develop resources that allow them to offer educational programs that clearly define responsible pet care and respect for all animals.
Guide Dog Users, Inc. serves as a network providing support to guide dog handlers throughout the U.S. and around the world. Comprised primarily of blind people who work with guide dogs, our membership also includes guide dog trainers, puppy-raisers, family members and friends interested in guide dog issues. In addition, we “lead the way” in educating the public about guide dogs and are actively involved in access issues.