Donate Car in North Carolina

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

Winston-Salem Rescue Mission

Winston-Salem Rescue Mission was established in 1967, and is a non-denominational, non-profit ministry founded in response to hundreds of homeless wandering the streets of Winston-Salem. WS Rescue Mission offers services and programs that provide people in need with food, shelter, clothing, personal-care items, as well as job training, work therapy, Christian counseling, and life-skills.

Contact:
Winston-Salem Rescue Mission
718 N. Trade Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Phone: 336-723-1848
Fax: 336-725-8352
Email: info@wsrescue.org
Website: https://www.wsrescue.org


 

Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte

The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte aims to improve the quality of life for all individuals with Down Syndrome by educating and supporting families, professionals, and the community. DSA of Greater Charlotte offers volunteer opportunities, as well as several other services such as family-to-family support, educational meetings, newsletters, networking opportunities and summer camp.

Contact:
Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte
4530 Park Road, Suite 430
Charlotte, NC 28209
Phone: 704-536-2163
Fax: 704-705-2438
Email: contactus@dsa-gc.org
Website: https://dsagreatercharlotte.org


 

Victory Junction

Since 2004, Victory Junction has enriched the lives of children from 47 different states and three countries. VJ is a camp that serves children with serious medical conditions such as Autism, Cancer, Craniofacial Anomalies, Diabetes, Hemophilia, Sickle Cell, and Spina Bifida. It provides life-changing camping experiences at no cost to children or their families.

Contact:
Victory Junction
4500 Adam’s Way
Randleman, NC 27317
Phone: 336.498.9055
Email: info@victoryjunction.org
Website: https://victoryjunction.org


 

Environmental Research & Education Foundation

In 1994 the Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF) was established. It started with seven individuals in a board meeting. Their goal was to improve waste management through research and education. EREF works with communities and industry professionals. It aims to evaluate and develop new approaches to manage municipal solid waste as well as raise public awareness and offer scholarships to brightest and best students.

Contact:
Environmental Research & Education Foundation
3301 Benson Drive, Suite 101
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Phone: (919) 861-6876
Fax: (919) 861-6878
Email: foundation@erefdn.org
Website: https://erefdn.org


 

WFAE

WFAE is a non-profit organization and radio station. Its coverage area are in 22 counties of North and South Carolina. WFAE strives to provide non-opinionated news and information to its listeners, as well as promote intellectual conversations on the relevant subject.

Contact:
WFAE Radio 90.7
8801 J.M. Keynes Drive Suite 91
Charlotte, NC 28262
Phone: Phone: (704) 549-9323 or (800) 876-9323
Fax: (704) 547-8851
Email: wfae@wfae.org
Website: https://www.wfae.org


 

National Inclusion Project

The National Inclusion Project was established on July 28, 2003 by Clay Aiken, whose vision was of a world where disabled children could fully participate in society. Services provided by the National Inclusion Project include: The Voice (an email newsletter), volunteers for gift wrapping, approved fundraisers, planned giving, support toolkits & information, and peer support for kids. The organization exists so as to bridge the gap between those with disabilities and society at large.

Contact:
National Inclusion Project
104 T.W Alexander Dr, Building 1
P.O Box 110104
RTP, NC 27709
Tel: (919)-314-5540
Email: contactus@inclusionproject.org
Website: https://www.inclusionproject.org


 

Toxic Free North Carolina

Toxic Free NC is a non-profit organization devoted to fighting pesticide pollution in North Carolina. Through its newsletters and action alerts, it informs the residents of North Carolina about the dangers of pesticide pollution. It advocates for sustainable farming techniques and common sense alternatives to pesticides. The organization hosts workshops such as Dig In, a program that teaches people how to create a sustainable gardens through natural means. Through its Toxic-Free Kids campaign, it works to eliminate toxins from schools and daycare centers. It also gives people advice on how to host their own action party. Toxic Free NC supports an overhaul of the federal Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) which aims to put a stop to more than 80,000 different chemicals that are in the things that people buy.

Contact:
Toxic Free NC
206 New Bern Place
Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: (919) 833-5333
Email: info@toxicfreenc.org
Website: http://www.toxicfreenc.org


 

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