Donate your car in Virginia
Do you own a car in Virginia (the birthplace of four of the first five presidents of the U.S.) that you no longer want? Skip the hassle of trying to sell it by donating it to benefit a non-profit in your area or a national charitable organization. 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!
We can accept your car donation anywhere in the state, whether you are located in the Shenandoah Valley or in Williamsburg. 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 mission of the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes is to help severely-wounded veterans and families of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom recover from their injuries and illnesses, and to inspire other organizations and the general public to participate in this effort.
Transforming Lives, One by One, through long-term, community driven solutions in healthcare, education, and community development. The mission of Community Coalition for Haiti, from start to finish, is to create a foundation for sustainable initiatives that are maintained by Haitians themselves. That is their greatest impact!
Goodwill Industries of the Valleys is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people with disabilities and disadvantages overcome barriers to employment. We provide workforce development programs that empower people to achieve and sustain a level of independence to participate more fully in life.
Homeward Trails seeks to find permanent adoptive homes in the Mid-Atlantic Region for dogs and cats from high-kill shelters or whose owners can no longer care for them. In so doing, they seek to reduce the rate of euthanasia of adoptable animals through the rescue and placement of homeless animals; to support proactive spay/neuter practices; to promote positive and ongoing behavioral training; and to educate the public about how to care for their animals in a humane way. Homeward Trails not only facilitates adoptions from local shelters, but also supports a large network of foster care providers who take homeless dogs and cats into their homes, care for them, rehabilitate them when needed, and prepare them for their permanent adoptive homes.
Sadly, without their help, all of these adoptable animals would face almost certain euthanasia – usually within days or hours of their rescuing them. Each year they take in hundreds of wonderful animals who were left at shelters by no fault of their own.
Many are puppies and kittens – innocent victims of irresponsible pet owners who don’t practice spay/neuter. Many are abandoned hunting dogs who served their owners well and were dumped in woods or left at shelters when they were no longer wanted. Many are house pets whose owners simply grew tired of caring for them or moved and did not take them along. And even more are animals that have been injured, abused and neglected. Whatever the reasons, these animals all deserve better. And once with Homeward Trails, they get better!
The mission of Honor and Remember is to perpetually recognize the sacrifice of America’s Military Fallen Heroes and their families. With the establishment of the Honor and Remember Flag the organization pays tribute to all military lives lost, not only while serving on active duty but also as a result of serving. Military deaths in all wars or conflicts and all branches of service from our nation’s inception are recognized. Their four key cornerstones focus on establishing, educating, comforting and presenting personalized Honor and Remember flags to families of fallen service members.
The Virginia Association of the Blind (VAB) is a non-profit charitable organization of people who are blind, partially blind, and sighted, working together statewide to elevate the social, economic and cultural level of people with severely impaired vision.