Making Vehicle Donation Easy

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.

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Car Donation to UNICEF USA: Helping Save Children from Disease

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.

PLEASE HELP: Donate now and help UNICEF and our partners reach children that need critical immunizations.

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.

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Over $50 Million Dollars Raised for Top Charities through Advanced Remarketing Services’, Vehicle Donation Program

Check out our most recent press release!

Warren, RI (PRWEB) April 01, 2013

Advanced Remarketing Services Inc. (ARS), a leader in total loss and charity remarketing is proud to have passed a significant milestone. Since 2007, ARS has raised more than $50 million dollars for their charity partners. ARS provides vehicle donation services to many top nonprofit organizations including: Habitat for Humanity, the American Cancer Society, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, National Public Radio, Arthritis Foundation, March of Dimes, Car Talk, Feed the Children and several other nationally and locally recognized charities.

“We founded ARS to have a social purpose as well as a business purpose,” said Joseph Hearn, President of ARS, Inc. “The dollars we’ve helped to raise, the brands we’ve helped to support affirms that we’re doing something important in the world. I am incredibly proud of our people who have made this milestone possible. Their dedication and effort is extraordinary. ARS Inc.’s charity programs help to support projects nationally and internationally. The proceeds from just one car donation could pay for the materials to build a home for a family in need of decent shelter, critical vaccines for children in third world countries, shelter for a stray animal, lifesaving cancer research and more. ARS hopes to spread the word that one car really can make a difference.”

ARS runs the top returning charity program in the country. Since 2007, they have returned approximately 80% of every gross dollar raised. No national charity car donation program returns a higher percentage. Donors can donate running or non-running cars, trucks, motor homes/RVs, boats on trailers, farm equipment, off-road vehicles, airplanes and more. ARS Inc., vehicle donation experts help choose the best venue for tax deductible donated vehicles, earning the charity selected more for the donation and the donor the best tax deduction.

For more information about Advanced Remarketing Services, Inc., donating vehicles, or to learn about one of their associated charity partners, visit:

https://www.cardonationwizard.com

About Advanced Remarketing Services, Inc.:

Located in Warren, RI, Advanced Remarketing Services, Incorporated (ARS) manages Car Donation Wizard. ARS offers innovative automotive recycling and remarketing solutions for non-profit organizations, consumer markets and the automotive industry.

To learn more about Car Donation Wizard, visit https://www.cardonationwizard.com or call 877-957-2277.

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UNICEF USA: Children in Desperate Need of Water

As the fighting in Syria rages, many children have been cut off from a vital necessity: clean water.

The conflict has shut down treatment facilities, leaving millions with limited access to clean drinking water and basic hygiene. Diarrhea and other waterborne diseases are on the rise – and children are especially at risk.

UNICEF is helping those children through a large-scale water treatment operation that was kicked off in Syria last month. Trucks began transporting 264,000 gallons of chlorine to cities and communities across the country. In total, UNICEF plans to treat enough water to provide safe drinking water to 10 million people – nearly half the country’s population.

Help bring us closer to the day when ZERO children are deprived of clean water. Support the UNICEF Tap Project in March – World Water Month. And thank you, for all that you do.

>   Read about UNICEF’s latest clean water efforts in Syria, and how you can help

>   Donate a car to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF

 

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General Motors $1 Million Corvette to Habitat for Humanity to Help Revitalize Neighborhoods

DETROIT, MI- The General Motors Foundation is providing a $1 million grant to Habitat for Humanity International to help with neighborhood revitalization efforts in 12 U.S. cities, including Detroit and Lansing.

The grant will go toward  financial support for new construction, home repair and rehabilitation, weatherization efforts and more, according to officials.

“This grant will help construct healthier neighborhoods and an improved sense of community,” said Foundation President and GM Director of Corporate Relations Vivian Pickard in a statement.

Other cities include Arlington and Austin, Texas; Atlanta; Baltimore; Chicago; Denver; Los Angeles; Nashville; New Orleans and Phoenix.

Pickard presented the grant during the Washington Auto Show, where the automaker also donated a a 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe to the Union Beach EMS squad that was on the front lines during Hurricane Sandy.

The grant and Tahoe are the most recent donation from the Detroit-based automaker and its foundation in the past year or so.

GM Video: GM donates a car to Habitat for Humanity


Earlier this year, Chevrolet donated to Habitat for Humanity International 24 Express cargo vans to create the organization’s first-ever fleet of mobile response units filled with tools and equipment from Lowe’s and Robert Bosch Tool Corp.

“In addition to the Foundation’s grant, our team GM Cares employee volunteers will help low-income families rebuild and restore their homes and participate in other vital community projects,” Pickard said.

GM CEO and Chairman Dan Akerson has also publicly donated nearly $1.3 million to the nonprofit.

Earlier this month, Akerson sold his Regal Turquoise 1958 Corvette in the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction for $270,000 with all proceeds benefiting Habitat for Humanity Detroit’s projects in the Morningside Commons neighborhood.

For more information about how you can donate a car to Habitat for Humanity, visit CarsforHomes.org.

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