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I Am A Charity

How to Become a Participating Charity

Every year, Americans donate hundreds of vehicles to non-profits. The One Car One Difference® program is a national public awareness program to drive the number of vehicle donations higher by encouraging even more participation by the public.

With so many car donation platforms to support, the One Car One Difference campaign makes vehicle donation easy. It's ready for your fundraising organization to join today. The sale of even a single car can help you make a big difference to your charitable organization and its mission.

We'll handle the entire vehicle donation process for you, whether it's a moped, a tractor-trailer or anything in between. Get on board today!

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I Am A Charity

Benefactor Charities

National Kidney Foundation
Awareness, treatment, and prevention of kidney and urinary tract disease.
Humane Society
Support the nation’s largest and most effective animal protection organization.
Boy Scouts of America
Support one of the largest and most prominent values-based youth organizations.
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Funds raised support participating chapters serving children and families. Chapter to be confirmed.
American Heart Association
Building longer, healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Proceeds help people cope with the grief of a drunk driving death or injury.
American Diabetes Association
Diabetes isn’t a choice, but we can all choose to fight it. Your donation makes a difference.
American Red Cross
Your vehicle can make a difference down the street, across the country and around the world.
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