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Make Your Car a Kidney Car

May 28, 2019, 7:13pm EDT

Vehicle owners often find themselves at a crossroads when their cars no longer meet their needs. Whether it's the need for a more commuter-friendly vehicle or a larger one for a growing family, the decision to upgrade is common. Once the new car arrives, the old one often sits unused, taking up space and incurring unnecessary insurance payments. If you're wondering what to do with your old car, consider the benefits of donating it to the National Kidney Foundation through Kidney Cars.

Why Choose Kidney Cars for Your Donation?

1. Easy process

Donating your car is a straightforward process. Call 800.488.2277 or donate online, and our experts, available from 8 am to 8 pm EST Monday through Friday, will guide you through the process.

2. Free pickup

Most cars can be towed within 24 hours, and you can schedule a convenient pickup time.

3. Tax benefit

Your donation is tax-deductible, and you'll receive a receipt approximately a month after donating for tax purposes.

4. Save time

Donating to Kidney Cars eliminates the need to fix, list, or show your car. It saves you time on maintenance and repairs, and we accept all kinds of vehicles, whether they're running or not.

5. Feels good

Your donation helps individuals with kidney disease and funds lifesaving programs, providing a sense of fulfillment as your old car contributes to a meaningful cause.

6. Trusted charity

Kidney Cars, with over three decades of experience, is the most trusted vehicle donation program. As the pioneers in accepting donated vehicles, we assist hundreds of donors daily, offering expertise in handling tax and title issues.

How to donate

If you've outgrown your vehicle, make a difference by turning it into a Kidney Car. We accept vehicles, regardless of their running condition, as long as they have a title. To get started, call us at 800.488.CARS (2277) or fill out our online form. Schedule a pickup time that suits you, and make a positive impact on the lives of millions dealing with kidney disease. Give your old car a new purpose today!

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