Donate Car in Oregon

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

Medical Teams International

Medical Teams International was founded in 1979. It is the first international response that provided Medical assistance to the Refugee camps in Cambodia. MTI provides medical care and humanitarian aid to all people in need, regardless of nationality, religion, race or sex. It responds to disasters around the world by sending teams of medical professionals and medical supplies to care for the injured and sick.

Contact:
Medical Teams International
14150 SW Milton Court
Tigard, OR 97224
Phone: (503) 624-1000
Fax: (503) 624-1001
Website: https://www.medicalteams.org


 

National Psoriasis Foundation

The National Psoriasis Foundation, or NPF, was founded in 1966, and is a non-profit, voluntary health agency. NPF directly supports psoriatic disease research and hosts the world’s largest bank of psoriasis DNA samples. It helps patients gain access to quality care and education about psoriatic disease.

Contact:
National Psoriasis Foundation
6600 SW 92nd Ave., Suite 300
Portland, OR 97223-7195
Phone: 503-244-7404 or 800-723-9166
Fax: 503-245-0626
Email: getinfo@psoriasis.org
Website: https://www.psoriasis.org


 

SOLVE

Oregon Governor Tom McCall, along with other community leaders, founded SOLVE in 1969. SOLVE is a non-profit organization that brings together volunteers, service, businesses, conservation groups and government agencies in activities to restore natural spaces and provide educational resources to support environmental stewardship.

Contact:
SOLVE
2000 SW 1st Ave, Suite 400
Portland, OR 97201
Phone: 503.844.9571
Email: info@solveoregon.org
Website: https://www.solveoregon.org


 

Intertribal Timber Council

Intertribal Timber Council was founded in 1976. It is a nonprofit nation-wide partnership of Alaska Native Corporations, Indian Tribes, and individuals that are committed to improving the management of natural resources that are of significance to Native American communities. The ITC works with private industry, academia, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs to explore problems and identify strategies and initiatives to promote ecological, social and economic values while protecting and utilizing water, soil, forests and wildlife.

Contact:
Intertribal Timber Council
1112 NE 21st Ave., Suite 4
Portland, OR 97232-2114
Phone: (503) 282-4296
Fax: (503) 282-1274
Website: http://www.itcnet.org


 

Catlin Gabel School

Catlin Gabel School was the result of the merger of Gabel Country Day School and Catlin-Hillside School in 1957. It is nationally recognized as progressive independent day school. Catlin Gabel encourages inspired learning which lead to responsible action through dedicated teaching, challenging curriculum, caring relationships and community service. It value each student’s imagination, effort, and positive contributions to the community.

Contact:
Catlin Gabel School
8825 SW Barnes Road
Portland, Oregon 97225
Phone: 503-297-1894
Email: info@catlin.edu
Website: https://www.catlin.edu


 

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