You've come to the right place – our Kars4Kids crew in Portland can pick up virtually any car donation, regardless of condition, and usually without a title too.
Here’s what our Portland donors had to say about how donating went for them.
P.S. we didn’t make these up! They're all real donors, with real experiences.
it is easy process
Kars4Kids provided an easy, prompt way to donate our old mini-van to a good cause and get a $500 addition to our "donation to charities" line in our tax form. Selling one's car can be such a hassle, but using Kars4kids is hassle-free.. . .
I contacted Kars4Kids over the phone and everyone I spoke with was incredibly helpful and knowledgeable about my situation, even though it was not the prototypical donation. The tow service was very prompt and the whole experience was great.
Our charity programs are the essence of what we do. We are thankful to be able to give back to many local communities across North America and to bring educational opportunities to so many children, with the help of our sister charity Oorah. We're a registered nonprofit Jewish organization. Learn about what we do and see our charity programs here.
Our vision at Kars4Kids is to enable our children to succeed throughout life. We achieve this goal through a gamut of educational, mentorship and year-round programs for our children and their families and communities. With a network of thousands of volunteers, we strive to change the world, one child at a time.
Our mentoring program pairs children with mature mentors who are a positive influence, a role model, and a friend for life. The one-on-one relationship allows our mentors to give their mentees the personal guidance they need to grow into productive and well-balanced members of the community.
All children need some time outside of the structured school environment. ChillZone provides a safe and healthy place for children and teens to hang out with friends and mentors. Fun combines with stimulating guidance and social growth for the perfect outlet our children (and their parents!) could ask for.