You've come to the right place – our Kars4Kids crew in Hawaii can pick up virtually any car donation, regardless of condition, and usually without a title too.
Here’s what our Hawaii 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.
Easy to donate and get a tax deduction
This was really easy and happy i did it for a great cause
Great experience. I called and they picked the car up and forwarded the paperwork for my income taxes. Smooth and painless.
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.
A summer at Kars4Kids-sponsored camp, TheZone, does wonders for a child. Watch this action-packed video to get a glimpse at the fun that awaits campers at this special, one of a kind place. The smiles on their faces tell the whole story.
We distribute thousands of holiday care packages to families in need. We include food items along with games and related items to ensure that families have what they need to feel festive at the holiday season. Our carefully crafted packages help families cross much-needed items off their lists so they can just enjoy their families.
For a full list of frequently asked questions check out our faq section.
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Not exactly vintage, no, but a 1967 Toyota Land Cruiser did set a record for the oldest car donation ever received from the state of Hawaii. And no, no orchid leis wrapped around the antenna. We were as disappointed as anyone :)