Donate Car in Illinois

Here is a list of charities that will accept cars as a donation in Illinois

Illinois Council of the Blind (ICB)

Organized in 1933, Illinois Council of the Blind (ICB) is a non-profit charitable organization. The purpose of ICB is to promote the general welfare of all blind and visually impaired citizens in Illinois. The organization calls for protection of the rights and privileges of Illinois citizens who are blind by monitoring legislation and organizations that offer services for them. It also provides support and encouragement through social interaction.

Contact:
Illinois Council of the Blind
PO Box 1336
Springfield, IL 62705-1336
Phone: 217.523.4967
Email: icb@icbonline.org
Website: https://www.icbonline.org


 

EarthShare Illinois

EarthShare Illinois works in conjunction with over 60 organizations. It aims to secure a safer environment for future generations. Projects include reducing the impacts of global warming, balancing environment and public health, national trail and greenway networks promotion, preservation of wetlands and native wildlife habitats, protection of endangered species, development of community parks and open spaces, cleaning up lakes, rivers and harbors and pushing for alternative sources of energy. It strives to address environmental issues in the community as well as around the globe. The organization’s main goal is to improve our quality of life and therefore make our living spaces healthier. It also empowers local citizens to stop toxic pollution in their neighborhoods. EarthShare Illinois is one of 15 affiliates, it is a national network that is present in 20 states. It represents over 500 environmental organizations.

Contact:
EarthShare Illinois
P.O. Box 6017
Evanston, IL 60204-6017
Phone: 800-875-3863
Email: info@earthshare.org
Website: http://www.earthshare.org/earthshare-illinois/


 

Tree House Humane Society

The Tree House Humane Society is an organization that specializes in cat rescue and rehabilitation. It aims to provide the necessary care to all needing cats including kittens, disabled cats, injured cats, sick cats, and stray cats. Tree House promotes the inborn value of every animal and aims to educate the public about proper animal care.

Contact:
Tree House Humane Society
7225 N. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60645
Phone: 773-262-4000 ext. 101
Email: info@treehouseanimals.org
Website: http://www.treehouseanimals.org


 

CASA of DuPage County

CASA of DuPage County, Inc. is a not for profit, non governmental agency. It is made up of volunteers that are trained to monitor the neglected and abused children in the county’s courts. CASA of DuPage County was founded in April of 1993 and has since grown into about 120 volunteers (advocates). CASA recruits, trains and supports volunteer advocates to speak for abused and neglected children in DuPage County’s juvenile and family courts. Advocates may serve up to 3 years — for the duration of the case. Advocates may also serve a minimum of 18-months, during which the child is visited frequently, in order to build a trusting relationship. CASA has helped many children return to their biological families, it has also helped children find adoptive parents.

Contact:
CASA of DuPage County, Inc.
505 North County Farm Road, Third Floor, Suite C
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
Phone: 630-221-0889
Fax: 630-221-0904
Email: info@dupagecasa.org
Website: https://dupagecasa.org


 

Helping Hand Center

Helping Hand Center is an organization dedicated to help children and adults with disabilities to improve their lives and achieve their highest level of independence. It offers a variety of person-centered programs that enhance the therapeutic, residential, educational, and employment opportunities. Its programs include a school for children with autism, high school transition services, an outpatient clinic, community living homes, and employment services.

Contact:
Helping Hand Center
9649 West 55th Street
Countryside, IL 60525
Phone: (708) 352-3580
Email: info@hhcenter.org
Website: https://www.hhcenter.org


 

NPH USA

NPH USA was founded to provide support for “Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos” (Our Little Brothers and Sisters). The goal is to transforms the lives of orphaned and disadvantaged children in Latin America and the Caribbean with healthcare, homes, meals, and educational programs. It helps children overcome poverty and become productive members in their communities.

Contact:
NPH USA
134 North La Salle Street
Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60602-1036
Phone: 312.386.7499
Email: info@nphusa.org
Website: https://www.nphusa.org


 

Alzheimer’s Association

Founded April 10th, 1980 by Jerome H. Stone, The Alzheimer’s Association is a non-profit health organization that focuses on research, care, and support for Alzheimer’s disease. It is the largest non-profit funder of Alzheimer’s research. The organization has local chapters and communities across the US. It strives to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease and provide enhance care for all affected.

Contact:
Alzheimer’s Association
225 N. Michigan Ave. Floor 17
Chicago, IL 60601
Website: https://www.alz.org


 

American Lung Association

American Lung Association is a health organization with mission to improve lung health and prevent lung disease through research, education, and advocacy. Its work is focused on eliminating tobacco use among the general public, improving air quality, and helping families cope with the disease. The toll free helpline offers expert answers to lung-related health questions.

Contact:
American Lung Association’s National Office
55 W. Wacker Drive, Suite 1150
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 1-800-586-4872
Email: info@lung.org
Website: https://www.lung.org


 

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