Are you a thrill seeker and looking for a new toy this summer? Well we think we have just the thing for you…a powered parachute!
A Six Chuter SX-1 Powered Parachute was donated to Car Talk!
Shaquille O Neal , your favorite NBA superstar, is supporting Feed the Children and you can too! At Car Donation Wizard we love our charity partners so today we are excited to showcase Feed the Children’s recently updated website and new logo.
We love the bright colors, and their new slogan. What do you think ?
Painted white and covered in black Dalmatian spots this car has been making people smile for 13 years. Continue reading
If you’ve got questions on the vehicle donation process, we’ve got answers. Car donation is as simple as submitting a vehicle contribution form via the web OR over the phone (877-709-2277), whichever is convenient for you. It takes just a few minutes and some basic information about the vehicle you choose to donate. Before you know it your car donation will be one of the many reasons you bring a smile to a family in need.
Once your contribution form is complete you can simply return the required forms to our processing center. Your vehicle information is then assessed and we choose the best path in order to get your vehicle’s highest possible return. You will be contacted by one of our fast and courteous towing facilities closest to your area where arrangements are then made to schedule a pickup. We stay in contact with you, the donor, throughout this process. Once your vehicle is picked up and sold, you will receive a receipt stating your deduction amount. This receipt can be used in conjunction with your income tax. We strive to bring the best customer service and make this process as smooth as possible.
For more information on our charitable partners click here.
For a baby with tetanus, any movement – even a smile – can trigger repeated, excruciating convulsions.
Typically contracted when babies are delivered in unsanitary conditions, tetanus is a cruel, painful disease that kills 160 newborns every day. It strikes in poor and remote areas that have limited access to health care.
With the help of UNICEF, we can stop tetanus. An affordable and highly effective vaccine can protect a woman and any babies conceived after she is immunized. And yet, every nine minutes, another baby dies – because his or her mother did not get the tetanus vaccine.
This is World Immunization Week – seven days when individuals and communities come together to spread awareness and promote access to vaccines.
Right now, all over the world, children’s lives are threatened by disasters – floodwaters in Mozambique, hunger and cold in Syrian refugee camps, and the aftermath of a deadly typhoon in the Philippines.
This is when children are most vulnerable, and killer diseases are most devastating. And it is when children most need your help.
Simple vaccines are the best weapon to safeguard children from deadly diseases that can spread like wildfire in emergency situations. But the crises in Syria and elsewhere have severely stretched UNICEF’s resources. Without your help right now – children will be left unprotected.
UNICEF buys enough vaccines to protect more than one third of the world’s children. That’s 2 billion doses purchased every year. Still, one in five children is not protected against killer diseases.
UNICEF has the global presence and know-how to ultimately reach every last child.
For more ways to benefit the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s life-saving vaccines, donate a car or other vehicle to UNICEF on Car Donation Wizard.