Donate your car in Ohio
As an Ohio resident, you can donate your unwanted vehicle to benefit a nonprofit of your choice. You can designate the proceeds of your donation to benefit a local charity such as the American Council of the Blind or Mercy for Animals. Or you can choose from hundreds of nationwide charitable organizations. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center will handle the paperwork and arrange for free pick up of your donated vehicle. The VDPC helps you clear out your driveway and make a charitable contribution at the same time!
The VDPC will pick up your vehicle for you anywhere in Ohio, the Buckeye State, and home to more U.S. presidents than any other state. We can collect your vehicle donation whether you live in Dayton, where the Wright Brothers changed history, or the recreation paradise surrounding Lake Erie. Contact us today to start the process. Call the toll-free number to speak with a live operator, or fill out the online donation form.
The Vehicle Donation Processing Center makes charitable contributions via vehicle donations easy, and you get a tax deduction as well. Act now to make a positive change!
The mission of Goodwill Industries of Akron is to help individuals prepare for, find and retain employment. Services are in response to identified community needs and are designed to help individuals reach their highest possible vocational and personal potential. Operating in the five-county region of Summit, Portage, Medina, Ashland and Richland, the Akron-based agency was established in 1927. It is a private, independent organization, operating as an affiliate member of Goodwill Industries International, and a United Way agency in Summit and Medina Counties. Goodwill helps to directly strengthen the region’s workforce through its employment programs and indirectly through the net proceeds from its retail outlets and industrial services division. Goodwill Industries of Akron is governed by a local Board of Directors representative of its service territory.
Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland and East Central Ohio, Inc. works to improve the quality of life and employment opportunities for all people.
Goodwill Donations Make Good Skills Possible.
Mercy for Animals works to create a society where all animals are treated with the compassion and respect they so rightfully deserve.
They serve as a voice for animals through proactive consumer education initiatives, cruelty investigations, corporate outreach, and legal advocacy.
The Neighborhood Cat Helpers, a 501(c)3 organization, are committed to assisting and advocating the humane reduction of free-roaming feral and stray cats in Hamilton County using trap-neuter-return (TNR). They also assist with finding homes for captured, free-roaming, adoptable cats and kittens when feasible. When possible, they also assist low-income families in
Cincinnati neighborhoods with the sterilization of their pet cats or kittens. They are not a shelter, but a small network of foster homes, so they are unable to take in stray cats. However, they are happy to provide the general public with tips on finding homes and information regarding low cost spay/neuter options.