Kristin’s 2000 Toyota Avalon

Donated to the
American Cancer Society

American Cancer Society Car Donation Review

This is something she would have wanted. She was an amazing woman with a heart of gold.”

This car (Anne) belonged to my grandmother. She gave it to my mom to get her through when her car broke down. My mom gave it to me when my car stopped running in college. My grandmother passed away from a brain tumor. This is something she would have wanted. She was an amazing woman with a heart of gold.

Thank You, Kristin!

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