Donate Car in Missouri

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

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) strives to challenge athletes, as well as coaches, on professional, college, high school, junior high, and youth levels to use the athletic medium in order to impact the world without losing their religious faiths. FCA’s members aim to demonstrate a commitment to the “Word”, Teamwork, Serving, and Integrity. The FCA advises athletes to focus on teamwork, and to express unity in something greater than them (a higher order). The FCA is active in community projects, events, fundraisers, and volunteer works. Its main focus is serving local communities by empowering, encouraging, and equipping people to make a difference while maintaining their faith. The organization reaches communities through local churches, volunteers and parents. There are many ways to support the organization. FCA accepts cash and non-cash donations. It partners with iDonate to handle vehicle donations.

Contact:
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
8701 Leeds Road
Kansas City, MO 64129
Phone: (816) 921-0909
Email: fca@fca.org
Website: https://www.fca.org


 

MERS Missouri Goodwill Industries

Acronym MERS stands for Metropolitan Employment and Rehabilitation Services, it was established in October of 1940 as a Jewish Employment and Vocational Service. Goodwill was founded in Boston in 1902, by a Methodist minister. “Missouri” Goodwill was founded in 1918. In 2001, MERS and Missouri Goodwill Industries united to form MERS/Missouri Goodwill Industries. The organization focuses on providing employment, community services and affordable used goods for low-income families. It also provides resources to employment and training programs, especially for those with developmental problems. Additional services include career counseling, deaf and hard of hearing programs, developmental disability programs, education and literacy programs, ex-offender programs, senior services, skills training, veteran and youth services. These services were designed to help individuals work towards achieving personal independence and self-sufficiency, as well as the highest level of productivity in life and employment.

Contact:
MERS/Missouri Goodwill Industries
1727 Locust Street
St Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (314) 241 3464
Website: https://mersgoodwill.org


 

LaMeD Academy

LaMeD Academy is a Hebrew/Jewish-Christian Theological Seminary. Founded in 2006, LaMeD Academy focuses on the advancement of business and religion. It brings together adults of different cultures and customs in an attempt to educate each other under the “proven premise: familiarity and knowledge foster understanding and diminish prejudice”. LaMeD offers a variety of academic seminars and workshops, including: An In-depth Survey of the Old Testament, Kabbalah for Christians, Hebrew for Christians, Apologetics Study, Prophets and Prophecy Study, and a Passover Event of 2009. Business courses include: Conflict Resolution, Diversity Training, Entrepreneurship for Creative Youth, Ethics and Values, How to Start and Manage Your Own Business, and Solutions to Cultural Conflict. It has a car donation program in which supporters can donate their unwanted vehicles. Proceeds go towards educational purposes.

Contact:
LaMeD Academy
5988 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
St. Charles, MO 63304
Phone: (636) 939 3389
Email: admin@lamed.org
Website: http://lamed.org


 

St. Louis Children’s Hospital

Founded in 1879, St. Louis Children’s Hospital has provided healthcare to children in many areas of medicine. In addition to providing healthcare, it is active in community services including advocacy, outreach, and community education. The hospital promotes smoking cessation and prevention classes as a part of calling attention to children related issues. It also offers activities, classes, and presentations to organizations, private groups, schools and the community. It established the first pediatric mobile health program in Missouri — providing free dental exams and health screenings. St. Louis Children’s Hospital is a part of BJC HealthCare which provides $900 million in community benefits to more than 350,000 people. Supporters can give to the hospital in many ways. It is in partnership with CARS (Charitable Adult Rides & Services) to operate car donation program.

Contact:
St. Louis Children’s Hospital
One Children’s Place
St Louis, MO 63110
Phone: (314) 454 6000
Website: https://www.stlouischildrens.org


 

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