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Vehicle Donation Program
With a car donation to New Hampshire Public Radio, you’ll support New Hampshire’s only statewide radio news service. New Hampshire Public Radio proudly partners with the Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program to accept your car, truck, motorcycle, boat, or RV donation. When you donate a car to New Hampshire Public Radio, you’ll receive a tax deduction while supporting your favorite NPR news source. Get started on your NHPR car donation today!
NHPR broadcasts from 14 sites across the Granite State. New Hampshire Public Radio journalists deliver local news, programs, newsletters, and podcasts, including Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Civics 101, Outside/In, Document, The Weekender, The Rundown, Primarily Politics, The Folk Show, and the N.H. News Recap. NHPR is the exclusive outlet for NPR News in the Granite State and broadcasts national weekly programs such as The Moth Radio Hour, Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!, and This American Life. NHPR’s vision is that through trustworthy journalism, we enrich lives and build stronger communities, in New Hampshire and beyond.
How to Donate Your Car to
New Hampshire Public Radio
Step 1: Answer Vehicle Questions
Fill out the donation form to provide us with information about your vehicle donation, including the year, make, model, VIN, and condition.
Step 2: Schedule Free Pick Up
Provide us with information about yourself and where the car will be picked up. A towing agent will contact you within 24-48 business hours to schedule a pick up time most convenient for you.
Step 3: Track Your Car Donation
After you submit your vehicle donation, you will receive a confirmation email with access to your Donor Console. From your Donor Console, you can track your car donation in real-time, submit documents, and get title and tax information. After your car is sold, you’ll receive a confirmation email that includes a tax deductible receipt.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I donate my car in NH?
Donating a car in New Hampshire is a quick and easy way to support your favorite NPR station. Simply fill out the donation form, schedule a car pick up time, and receive a tax receipt.
What types of vehicles can be donated?
What paperwork is needed to complete my car donation?
Most car donations require a clear title. If you can’t find your title, you can apply for a duplicate title online. When you donate your car to NHPR, you’ll sign your New Hampshire title over to Advanced Remarketing Services. You will print and sign your name as the seller. If you have questions about filling out your title, call us at 877-215-0227.
How much of the money from the sale of my vehicle is returned to New Hampshire Public Radio?
Donating a car or other vehicle to charity can be a confusing decision. Many charity car donation programs promise to help the charities but are run by third-party processors that return very little to the charity. Our partners at Car Donation Wizard return at least 70% of the gross selling price for car donations back to NHPR, the highest of any vehicle donation program!
What is the tax write off for donating a car?
The amount you can claim on your taxes is equal to the selling price of the car. If your car sold for over $500, you can claim the full selling price when itemizing taxes. If it sold for less than $500, you can claim the fair market value up to $499. Please consult with your tax advisor on the best way to claim your NHPR car donation tax deduction.
Still have questions on donating your car to NHPR?
Visit our full FAQ page for answers to all your New Hampshire Public Radio car donation questions.
CAR DONATION SPOTLIGHT
Car Donation Spotlight
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