Donate Car in Pennsylvania

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

Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation

Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation is a group of global affiliated charities created by Greg Anderson in 1984. The mission is to help children to prevent and survive cancer. The foundation assists children with cancer and their families by improving their mental, social and emotional well-being. Its projects include offering free counseling sessions and support groups, providing financial assistance to struggling families, and giving scholarships to deserving students. It also conducts small acts of kindness such as delivering toys and gifts to children battling cancer. Because of its endeavors, Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation received the 5-Star Best in America Award. The foundation continues to live its 8 core values namely: stewardship, respect, collaboration, integrity, accountability, passion, growth and balance. It accepts vehicle donations which can vary from car, truck, motorcycle, boat. Donors can call 1-888-KARS-789 for information. Monetary donations are also most welcome by the foundation.

Contact:
Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation
249 Lincoln Way East
New Oxford, PA 17350
Phone: 717-688-7940
Fax: 717-688-7938
Email: info@ccrecovery.org
Website: https://www.childrenscancerrecovery.org


 

Melanoma International Foundation

Since the year 2003, the Melanoma International Foundation (MIF) has been reaching out to sufferers of this disease, which is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. MIF is a non-profit organization largely funded by private donations from individuals. It held events all over the United States, with an emphasis on providing free melanoma screenings and educational opportunities in communities.

Contact:
Melanoma International Foundation
250 Mapleflower Rd
Glenmoore, PA 19343
Phone: 866-463-6663
Email: contact@melanomainternational.org
Website: https://melanomainternational.org


 

Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation

Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization that was established as an acknowledgment to the character, life, and strength of Sandy Rollman who passed away from ovarian cancer in May 2000. Her sister, Adriana Way, along with Nurse Robin Cohen founded the foundation as a way to keep Sandy’s memory alive while helping to prevent other women from having to suffer the same pain as she did.

Contact:
Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation, Inc.
2010 West Chester Pike, Suite 410
Havertown, PA 19083
Phone: 1 (610) 446-2272
Email: info@sandyovarian.org
Website: https://sandyovarian.org


 

Little Sisters of the Poor

Located in Pittsburgh, Little Sisters of the Poor is a not for profit organization that is dedicated to serving every needing elderly. It oversees a facility with 40 apartments in it, and accepts residents irrespective of the level of care needed. The organization makes available continuum living, which consists of independent and assisted living. The personal care (assisted living) provides a large bedroom and full bathroom. It offers nursing care onsite, and there is a nurse on duty to assist the residents. Eligible elderly must be over 60 and financially poor. Financial support and donations will help to maintain a tradition of caring for the elderly poor, as practiced since 1872.

Contact:
Little Sisters of the Poor
1028 Benton Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Phone: (412) 307-1100
Fax: (412) 307-0074
Website: http://www.littlesistersofthepoorpittsburgh.org


 

Westmoreland County Food Bank

Located in Delmont, Westmorland County Food Bank (WCFB) is a private not for profit organization that provides food to hungry children and families in the area. Working in collaboration with the community and food chains, it receives food that it further distributes to the needy throughout Westmoreland County.

Contact:
Westmoreland County Food Bank
100 Devonshire Drive
Delmont, PA 15626
Phone: 724.468.8660
Fax: 724.468.5894
Email: admin@westmorelandfoodbank.org
Website: https://westmorelandfoodbank.org


 

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