How it Works

It's free, easy and fast.
1 You choose a charity. Fill out an online form or call to donate.
2 We pick up your vehicle for free the next day.
3 We help the charity sell the vehicle. You may be eligible for a tax deduction.

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Chattanooga Tennessee has a rich arts scene second to none. Visitors and locals alike enjoy one of the nation’s largest collections of American art in the U.S.

Wondering about the origin of the name? Legend has it that early resident Cherokee Chief John Ross stated that Chattanooga was Cherokee for “The Big Catch” because of good fishing on the Tennessee River.

Residents of Chattanooga can donate their unwanted car, truck, or other vehicle to benefit a charitable organization. Wherever you live in Chattanooga, whether it’s the Bluff View, NorthShore, or Southside district, the Vehicle Donation Processing Center handles the business of donating your vehicle in Chattanooga, and gets the proceeds to a worthy non-profit of your choice. It’s a fast and easy way to make a positive contribution to society!

Free up your time to enjoy road and mountain biking, hiking, white water rafting, hang gliding and rock climbing by letting the Vehicle Donation Processing take care of disposing of your unwanted vehicle. You can call our toll-free number to talk to an operator, or fill out the online donation form.

The Vehicle Donation Processing Center will handle all the paperwork, and you will get qualify for a tax deduction as well. Don’t wait; pick up the phone or go online now to begin the process!

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donate now is powered by the IAA Donation Division, the largest vehicle donation processing company in North America. Providing the most comprehensive vehicle donation processing service to non profit and charitable organizations since 1994, we have provided millions in funding back to charities to further their missions.

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