Donate Car in Louisiana

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

Youth Catalytics

Youth Catalytics is a not for profit organization that aims to reinforce social services. It further aims to advance the social necessities of children, youth and families of New England communities. Incorporated in 1997, Youth Catalytics provides consultation and training services to social service agencies, and regional/national training organizations. Training fields and service products include Group Facilitation, Grant Writing, Grant Critiquing, Strategic Planning, Website Development, Database Consultation & Development, Community Building, among others. It utilizes donations and grants to fund many of its programs. Youth Catalytics develops communities reactive to the needs of children and youth by the means of its community-building tools. It is in partnership with DonationLine.com, a program which allows supporters to donate their unwanted vehicles — cars, motorcycles, RV’s and jet-ski’s included.

Contact:
Youth Catalytics
PO Box 35
Charlotte, VT 05445
Phone: (802) 425-3006
Website: https://www.youthcatalytics.org


 

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans serves the poor and vulnerable, many of which include the homeless, hungry, the elderly, at-risk youth and pregnant women. It also serves the general public in times of crisis, as seen with Hurricane Katrina. Its programs include after school assembly for children, immigration/refugee services & Hispanic apostolate community services to the needy, protection to victims of domestic violence and their children, while at the same time empowering them to reclaim their rightful places in society. The charity also offers housing for the elderly and homeless as well as a residential shelter for women. It actively participated in rebuilding the homes devastated in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Its Katrina recovery workers were made up of skilled and unskilled workers, all of which helped make New Orleans livable again.

Contact:
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans
1000 Howard Avenue, Suite 1000
New Orleans, LA 70113
Phone: (504) 523-3755
Email: ccano@archdiocese-no.org
Website: http://www.ccano.org


 

The National WWII Museum

The National WWII Museum is located in the city of New Orleans. It is open to the general public seven days a week. The museum focuses on the American experience in World War II. Its mission is to inspire all generations to embrace the lessons of this conflict and understand the history and purpose of America’s role in World War II.

Contact:
The National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: 504-528-1944
Fax: 504-527-6088
Email: info@nationalww2museum.org
Website: https://www.nationalww2museum.org


 

Louisiana Council of the Blind

The Louisiana Council of the Blind was organized in 1972 so as to actively represent the blind, as well as those who suffer from visual impairment. The organization aims to improve quality of life, increase the security, independence, and equality of opportunities for all blind and visually impaired people.

Contact:
Louisiana Council of the Blind, Inc.
940 Parc Helene Drive
Marrero, LA 70072-2421
Phone: 504-348-0003 or 800-467-5299
Fax: 504-328-6372
Website: http://www.lcb-rsvl.org


 

Gulf Coast Social Services

Gulf Coast Social Services was established in 1983. It is a non-profit organization that serves the community for over 30 years. Gulf Coast Social Services is dedicated to providing an individualized plan of care. It empowers people with mental, physical, and behavioral challenges to improve the quality of life and to live the most independently as possible.

Contact:
Gulf Coast Social Services
2400 Edenborn Ave
Metairie, LA 70001
Phone: (504) 831-6561
Fax (504) 831-3156
Website: https://www.gcssla.org


 

Kids smART

KID smART was initially founded in New Orleans in 1999 as a Saturday school program in Visual Arts. It was formed by Allison Stewart and Campbell Hutchinson for just one school. KID smART has since grown into a program that the arts empower children to unlock their full creative, academic and personal potential. It blends math, science, English, and social studies with various art forms to make learning in classrooms more enjoyable and effective.

Contact:
Kids smART
2533 Columbus St.
Suite 201
New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone: (504) 940-1994
Email: info@kidsmart.org
Website: https://www.kidsmart.org


 

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