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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Madison Wisconsin residents can donate their unwanted vehicles to benefit a non-profit of their choice. Let the Vehicle Donation Processing help you clear out your garage and make a charitable contribution at the same time!
Wisconsin’s vibrant capital city and picturesque surrounding towns offers all you could imagine: natural beauty and outdoor recreation, stimulating cultural offerings, distinctive restaurants and shops, and just a general enjoyment of the good things in life
Madison is renowned for its beautiful scenery and an abundance of year-round outdoor activities, from hiking, biking, swimming and sailing along with cross-country skiing, snow sailing, and ice fishing.

Whether you’re the outdoors type or into urban culture, the Vehicle Donation Processing Center will pick up your vehicle for you anywhere in Madison, and take care of selling it for you, so you have time for your favored pursuits. Just call our toll-free number or fill out the online donation form for the non-profit of your choice.

Car donation is a quick and easy way to be rid of unwanted property, help a good cause, and get a nice tax deduction. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center will arrange for free pick up and handle all the paperwork. Call or go online now to begin the process!

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SPCA of Westchester

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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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