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For many people in the city of the Golden Gate, donating their trusty set of wheels presents an excellent opportunity for tax deductions. Nevertheless, times change, and it’s important for you to realize that the rules for how much you can get have changed as well. Below is some information on car donations in San […]
If, for whatever reason, you feel the need to get rid of your vehicle, there are a few options you could consider; two of them would be selling or donating to charity. While you may think the best option is to get monetary compensation for it, there are a few reasons why car donation to […]
Transformers is the epitome of every mecha lover’s dream; after all, what’s cooler than cool cars that can transform into even cooler robots? Unfortunately, this morphing technology exists only in science fiction. For now, people in the real world will have to make do with the non-transforming vehicles. For anyone wanting to give away their […]
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley and University of Chicago recently conducted a study to find out which gender is more likely to donate to charity. Unfortunately for women, there are some indications that the male gender could be more open to the idea of giving, such as making a car donation in Los […]
It’s a great time to donate your car or vehicle that’s useless and just sitting around collecting dust! There are many advantages to donating a car, just a few are: 1. You help a charity to continue providing the valuable services to your community 2. You get rid of a car you don’t want. 3. You […]
Crippled children need our help! You can help them directly by donating your car or vehicle today! Look at what’s done with your donation and how it helps children in need! Visit Ability First’s website now!