Car Donation Centers Maine
As some of Maine’s most reputable charities, our affiliated foundations are doing everything they can to change the lives of the state’s more vulnerable citizens. Kars4Kids, Rawhide Ranch and the American Council of the Blind are doing outstanding work to give disabled adults and disadvantaged children the aid they need to enjoy life a little more. Our car donation centers in Maine rely on the generosity of the general public to keep going, and car donations have become a crucial component of the charity model.
Do you have an unused vehicle sitting around at your home? Maybe a rundown old car or a rusty motorcycle? If so, why not clear up that garage space and give these motors to one of our affiliated charities today? The proceeds will go towards a great cause, and you’ll be fairly compensated for your generosity in the form of tax relief. Donating is not only generous and philanthropic, but it’s also a financially viable alternative to selling your car too.
American Council Of The Blind
Donate a car to the American Council of the Blind. FAST FREE PICKUP. 24 hour response. Running or not. Maximum Tax Deduction and No Emission Test Required! Call 24/7.
Cars for Kids
Donate your car for kids. Fast Free Pickup – Running or Not – 24 Hour Response – Maximum Tax Donation – Help Find Missing Kids!
United Breast Cancer Foundation
The United Breast Cancer Foundation accept donated cars to support breast cancer patients, survivors, and families. Call 24 hours a day.
Helping Change the Lives of At-risk Youth and Families. Accepts a variety of vehicles. Cars, trucks, bikes, boats, even jet-ski’s! Fast FREE Pick up.
How To Donate A Car In ME
Donating is a very simple process that requires nothing but your generosity. Simply call us on 877-689-0815 or hit the ‘Click To Donate Now’ button to get the ball rolling. Once you’ve committed to donating your unwanted automobile(s), your chosen charity will take over. All you have to do is sit back safe in the knowledge your donation is helping change lives for the better.
Our car donation centers will then liaise with you directly to arrange a time and location to collect your vehicle. They’ll tow it away free of charge, leaving you with an uncluttered driveway or garage ready for a new vehicle to jump in. Your old car’s age and condition isn’t a factor either, as our charities are happy to take them even if they’re not in working order.
Questions About Car Donation in ME
You can donate anything that comes under the vehicle banner. Cars, trucks, tractors, mobile homes, campervans, boats, jet skis, motorcycles and more.
Our car donation centers will do all of the collecting. They’ll arrange a date, time and location to pick up your vehicle, whether it’s outside your home or anywhere else.
Your vehicle’s value is determined by several factors including age, mileage, condition and driveability. We’ll also take modifications into account if any are present.
Your car title deeds are required to donate. Our charities will also take any paperwork relating to repair work, servicing or modifications. If you don’t have your car title available, please let us know beforehand.
Everyone benefits. Vulnerable people all across Maine benefit the most, while you’ll also benefit in the form of a tax deduction.
Yes you can! Our Maine car donation centers are happy to accept vehicles no matter their condition. Even if they’re not in working order, they’ll still take them off your hands.
Other Car Donation Centers Maine
295 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Waterville, ME 04901
Phone: (800) 223-1244 4
Catholic Charities Maine: Education Services for Blind and Visually Impaired Children
1066 Kenduskeag Avenue
Bangor, ME 04401
Phone: (207) 941-2855
189 Park Avenue
Portland, ME 04102
Phone: (207) 774-6273
64 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0064
Phone: (207) 287-5650
Maine Consumer Information and Technology Training Exchange
46 University Drive
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: (207) 621-3195
Maine Department of Education: Child Development Services, Interdepartmental Coordinating Council on Early Intervention
146 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
Phone: (207) 624-6660
Maine Department of Labor: Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired
2 Anthony Avenue
#150 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0150
Phone: (207) 624-5120
Maine Office of Elder Services
11 State House Station
442 Civic Center Drive
Augusta, ME 04333
Phone: (207) 287-9200