Here’s what our Utah 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 was quick, easy, and all around AWESOME!
it was really easy and simple and they work with us and our timeframe. Thank you!
I appreciate being able to make a donation to such a worthy cause. Response time with pick up and receipt were a little slow but I'm sure you are very busy. At least I hope so. I liked the online application process and the friendly phone calls. Keep . . .
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.
We are careful to reward the children‘s hard work in school and after-school programs with: fun, fun, fun! Whether its rock climbing, ATVing, horseback riding or just bonding together with friends by a bond fire, the children are assured to receive the outlets they need to ensure further development and growth.
So many children struggle in the average classroom setting, needing individualized attention outside of school, which many times is not supplemented by a child‘s parents for numerous reasons. That is why we have carefully designed a tutoring program giving each child the care they need to help bring out their true potential which will help jumpstart a cycle of success.
For a full list of frequently asked questions check out our faq section.
The car donation with the highest mileage from the state of Utah came to us with 331,488 miles on it. They do get around in Utah, don‘t they?