Donate your car in Montana
So you are a Montana resident ready for a new car donate your old clunker to benefit a worthy cause of your choice. Let the Vehicle Donation Processing Center help you find the right non-profit in your area to accept your vehicle donation. The proceeds of the sale will benefit others, and you’ll avoid the bother of trying to sell the vehicle on your own. It’s an easy way to give back to your community!
Lucky residents of Whitefish Montana have the world at their doorstep: historic sites, world-class golf, skiing, music festivals, and on and on. You’e too busy to try to sell your unwanted car, so the VDPC will take care of pick up and all the processing. We can also collect vehicles from Great Falls. Montana’s third largest city is located on the Missouri River among the five falls that were both a magnificent spectacle and formidable barrier to early river travel, for example, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, which had to spend nearly a month portaging around the falls. It will be easier for us to get to your car or truck!
Call our toll-free number from Montana’s Garden City, Missoula, or from the historic ranching community of Red Lodge to talk to a real person about your donation. Or, you can fill out an online donation form for one of the non-profits that serve Montana. Your benefits include free pick-up, no paperwork hassle, and a tax deduction. Call or click today!
To educate and inform the public about the needs of veterans and their families; to assess the needs and provide limited assistance, relief, and referrals to appropriate agencies using programs that combine family guided case management (service coordination) and advocacy assistance while building social and community support.
DISCLAIMER: When you indicate a desire to donate a vehicle, National Veterans Services Fund may contact you from time to time via email with updates and other information regarding such donation or the possibility of future donations. All emails will contain links allowing you to opt-out of receiving such information.
Paralyzed Veterans of America, a congressionally chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946, has developed a unique expertise on a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of their members – veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.
PVA will use that expertise to be the leading advocate for:
Research and education addressing spinal cord injury and dysfunction,
Benefits available as a result of their members’ military service,
Civil rights and opportunities that maximize the independence of their members.
To enable PVA to continue to honor this commitment, they must recruit and retain members who have the experience, energy, dedication, and passion necessary to manage the organization and ensure adequate resources to sustain the programs essential for PVA to achieve its mission.