Here’s what our Colorado 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.
the experience was quick, efficient, and i was glad to find a way to do good with my car. thank you for your help
They were very prompt and professional when it came time to pickup the vehicle. They also followed up with a tax statement to use at the end of the year!
Polite, prompt, and easy to work with. Made the process a snap. I would give it five stars. Thanks!
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.
Kars4Kids‘ vision is to give our children the ability to succeed in life. We focus on educational, mentorship and year-round programs for our children, their families and their communities, looking at the big picture of our children‘s development and the environment they grow up in. We rely on thousands of volunteers to help us change the world, one child at a time.
It's a famous adage: it takes a village to raise a child. Because community contributes so much to the development of a child, many of our programs, like Chai Time, providing cultural activities and community outreach, are designed to involve the entire community. We work with many local communtities across North America.
Financial hardship is a big deterrent to a child's success. A grumbling stomach or holes in one's shoes distract productive thinking and prevent students from doing well in class. We help out with our Crunch Relief program, giving families the basics they need to get their children back on track.
For a full list of frequently asked questions check out our faq section.
Perhaps the most colorful donation ever received by Kars4Kids was this SUV donated by Jennifer W. of Highlands Ranch, CO. The colors kind of reminded us of an ice cream cone, slowly melting.