Donate Car in New Hampshire

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

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (NHCADSV) speaks for the victims of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking. The organization aims to prevent violence and abuse before they occur as well as ensure that quality services are provided to the victims. It also promotes the societal systems and communities for their responses to violence.

Contact:
New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
PO Box 353
Concord, NH 03302-0353
Phone: (603) 224-8893
Website: https://www.nhcadsv.org


 

Breathe New Hampshire

Originally established in 1916 to stop the spread of tuberculosis, Breathe New Hampshire has expanded its mission into many issues related to lung health, these include air quality, asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), lung cancer, and tobacco use. It provides educational programs and supports scientific research to prevent, treat, and eliminate lung disease.

Contact:
Breathe New Hampshire
145 Hollis St., Unit C
Manchester, NH 03101
Phone: 603-669-2411 or 800-835-8647
Fax: 603-645-6220
Email: info@breathenh.org
Website: https://www.breathenh.org


 

ElderPet

Initially an Animal Science Project at the University of New Hampshire, ElderPet has grown and evolved into a program that provides animal assisted activities and therapy — administered by a list of caring volunteers. ElderPet is a program that aims to create a human/pet relationship for senior citizens, hospice patients, disabled people, and clients of healthcare. It provides training to educational or healthcare professionals hoping to incorporate Animal Assisted Therapy into their programs. It provides no-interest loans to pet owners with demonstrated need in order to cover unexpected veterinary expenses, as well as provides free cat and dog food to those who qualify. Although ElderPet does receive pet food donations, it often has to buy to supplement. Other than pet food, the organization can be supported by cash and car donations which is in partnership with DonationLine.

Contact:
ElderPet
291 Mast Rd
Durham, NH 03824
Phone: (603)-767-5856
Email: jerilee.zezula@unh.edu
Website: https://www.elderpet.org


 

Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains

With over 3 different centers in New Hampshire, and 3 others in Vermont, Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is focused on helping young girls build courage, character and confidence. It is one of the 109 councils that form the larger Girl Scouts of USA. It is an organization that is dedicated only to girls. Working alongside adults, innovative leadership programs allow girls to develop strong values, as well as discover their true worth. Day and resident camps help girls learn new outdoor skills and take action to make positive changes through community. Camp Chenoa allows girls to participate in traditional camping activities, these include boating, swimming, tower climbing and many other activities. Programs were designed to foster relationship building skills.

Contact:
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains
One Commerce Dr
P. O Box 10832
Bedford, NH 03110
Phone: 1 888 474 9686
Email: info@girlscoutsgwm.org
Website: https://www.girlscoutsgwm.org


 

New Hampshire Children’s Trust

New Hampshire Children’s Trust focuses on prevent child abuse and neglect through assistance based programs. It strives for a community in which all kids are safe. To achieve this, it provides technical, financial and training to grassroots programs throughout New Hampshire. The organization also advocates on matters that affect little kids on the local and state level. Its national partners include Center for Disease Control, Child Welfare League of America, Prevent Child Abuse America, Stop It Now!, among others, and all work towards keeping the family stronger which in turn keep children safe. Donations made to New Hampshire Children’s Trust go towards funding programs that prevent child abuse. In addition, it offers a program that allows donors to donate their no longer needed vehicles.

Contact:
New Hampshire Children’s Trust
10 Ferry Street, Suite 315
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603-224-1279
Email: info@nhchildrenstrust.org
Website: https://www.nhchildrenstrust.org


 

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