Do you own a car in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania that you no longer want? 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 or other vehicle and donate the proceeds to a charitable cause of your choice. Act locally to make a difference in your community!
We can accept your car donation anywhere in the state, from the classic Americana region of Central Pennsylvania to the Dutch Country Roads region, home of Harrisburg, the state capital of Pennsylvania, and Hershey, the chocolate capital of the world, as well as the simple beauty of Amish Country.
Simply 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. Give us a call or get online now!
The Butler County Humane Society, a non-profit organization, in association with the Helen Spade Albig Adoption Center, provides a temporary, safe, no-kill shelter for homeless, adoptable dogs and cats ultimately placing them in loving homes or with caring rescues while increasing community awareness of the humane treatment of animals through education, spay-neuter programs, rabies clinics, and the respect for life.
The mission of The Delaware County Community Foundation is to support individuals, families, organizations and businesses who want to strengthen Delaware County through charitable activities. We believe that a vibrant philanthropic spirit enhances the quality of life for everyone in Delaware County.
The Delco SPCA is a lifesaving animal rescue organization dedicated to adoption, intervention and prevention programs that protect and improve the health and welfare of companion animals and support the people who care for them. They strive to save as many lives as possible by devoting their resources to adoption, prevention, education and outreach programs that:
- Prevent animal cruelty and overpopulation
- Place animals in caring homes
- Promote responsible pet ownership through education and low-cost vet care services and community partnership
In response to God’s love in Jesus Christ, Diakon Lutheran
Social Ministries will demonstrate God’s command to love the neighbor through acts of service.
Respect: All people are unique gifts of God to be valued.
Stewardship: We are responsible to God, the church, and society for the use of all our precious resources.
Service: All work that affirms God’s creation has worth and dignity.
Quality: Teamwork, continual learning, and innovation enhance the quality of service.
The Fayette County Association for the Blind is a non-profit organization that has been serving the visually impaired of Fayette County since 1946.
The focus of the Fayette County Association of the Blind is to assist in the prevention of blindness and to provide aid to those who are visually impaired through various services and programs.
The Association works closely with the Bureau of the Blind and Visual Services, the Veterans Administration, and other community partners to ensure that those in need are being served efficiently, effectively, and respectfully.
The Association is a member agency of the Pennsylvania Association of the Blind, an organization that is dedicated to preventing, preparing for, and managing vision loss for Pennsylvania across the Commonwealth.
The Foreign Mission Board provides: educational services, including the training of ministers and missionaries; health services at each of our mission stations; occupational training and services. Your donations help us to build and maintain churches, schools, hospitals and outreach ministries on our Mission Stations in Africa, the Caribbean and Central America.
The mission of Fresh Start is to assist chemically dependent, mentally ill, and/ or homeless individuals in gaining the treatment and supports necessary to lead a healthy and productive life. Fresh Start will offer supportive housing and case management which will link our clients to the services and opportunities that lead to a return to individual dignity, self-sufficiency and self-worth.
Since its founding in 2005, the mission of the Humane League has been to save the lives of as many animals as possible and to reduce as much animal cruelty as it can. The Humane League wants a world where people, companies and legislators are making choices that help and not hurt animals, a world in which all animals are treated with the same respect and compassion that we show to our beloved family dog or cat. The Humane League invests its time, money and energy where they will do the most good for the greatest number of animals. As a result, its primary focus is on farmed animal issues. Farmed animals represent over 98% of the animals used and killed in the United States, and because they are excluded from state anti-cruelty laws they suffer intensely on today’s “factory farms.”