Do you own a car or other vehicle that you no longer want in the quintessential American state of Massachusetts? Skip the hassle of trying to sell it by donating it to benefit a non-profit in your area. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center will help you dispose of your car and donate the proceeds to a charitable cause of your choice. Act locally to make a difference in your community!
From the Berkshire Mountains beaches of Cape Cod to the ethnic enclaves of Boston to the historic port of Gloucester, denizens of Massachusetts have much to do, so free up your time by letting the VDPC take care of getting rid of your unwanted vehicle.
We can accept your car donation anywhere in the state, whether you are located in the culturally vibrant city of Boston or live in Lexington or Concord, where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. Just call the toll-free number to speak to an operator, or fill out the online donation form, and the VDPC will take care of the rest. We provide free pick-up, handle the paperwork, and you get a tax deduction for your vehicle donation. Call or click today!
The purpose of BSCB is to serve as a democratic vehicle for collective and political action by blind persons so that they may promote the full social, economic, and cultural integration of blind persons into their respective communities, this state, and the nation.
The mission of Canton High School Athletic Booster Club organization shall be:
– to unite the parents, students, faculty, alumni, and community in the common interest of supporting and encouraging participation in interscholastic sports programs, recognizing the integral role athletics play in the education and development of our students;
– to promote the mental, physical, emotional, and social benefits of interscholastic athletic competition at Canton High School (referred to as CHS for the remainder of this document);
– to instill a sense of school pride and school spirit in all of our athletes and the community at large
– to provide financial support to CHS athletic programs; and
– to recognize and reward student athletes for participation in our athletic programs.
JCDS promotes love of learning and respect for individual differences. It is a child-centered program with a balance of individualized and group learning opportunities in multi-age classrooms for kindergarten, elementary and middle school students. JCDS is committed to innovative, engaging and challenging academics, with extensive integration of Hebrew language and Jewish studies. The school is not affiliated with a single denomination or movement within Judaism. It teaches Jewish values, traditions, prayers and texts, and supports the wide range of belief and practice among its constituent families.
The John Thomas and Special Friends Fund was established and is dedicated to assisting, encouraging and promoting the health, well being, happiness, education, rehabilitation and development of John Thomas and other children with special needs, by providing them with long term care, medical equipment, communication devices, additional therapies, and other necessities, and supporting, financially and otherwise, educational and medical facilities, such as Children’s Hospital Boston and Perkins School for the Blind, that give care and support to John Thomas and other children with special needs.
The Red Sox Foundation is the official team charity of the Boston Red Sox. Their goal is to harness the passion our fans have for the Red Sox and transform it into a vehicle for positive exchange in their community. The primary focus is on their 5 cornerstone programs: Red Sox Scholars Program, Red Sox Foundation RBI Youth Baseball and Softball Program, Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, Jimmy Fund, and the Dimock Center. Each year the Red Sox Foundation also makes a limited number of small grants to select nonprofits in New England on a rotating basis and we also work with Front Office members, sponsors and volunteers of Red Sox Nation on a variety of community service projects.