Donate Car in South Carolina

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

International Primate Protection League

IPPL, or the International Primate Protection League, is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the world’s “remaining primates”. The foundation was originally established in 1973 by Shirley McGreal, who was concerned by the conditions of the capture, transport, and captive life of primates she witnessed whilst living in Thailand. IPPL offers advice and financial support for activities that help monkeys and apes, both in America and overseas. It strives to protect primates and their habitat within their native countries. The IPPL’s sanctuary is operated for rescued gibbon apes in South Carolina. An adoption program is also available for individuals who wish to adopt a gibbon. It works in collaboration with Vehicle Donation to Any Charity to accept donated cars.

Contact:
International Primate Protection League
P O BOX 766
Summerville, SC 29484
Phone: (843) 871-2280
Email: info@ippl.org
Website: https://www.ippl.org


 

SC-C.A.R.E.S

South Carolina Coastal Animal Rescue and Educational Sanctuary (SC-C.A.R.E.S.) is a no-breed, no-kill sanctuary for abused, unwanted, and neglected exotic animals located in Georgetown, South Carolina. SC-C.A.R.E.S. provides the public with education in all aspects of the animal world, as well as environmental processes of the planet, and the impact of human activities. It works with area schools and colleges to develop and implement accredited courses to be taught on site. Its wildlife rescue and rehabilitation facility services the coastal wildlife preserves, parks, and migratory bird destinations. An adoption program is also available, in which an individual or organization can adopt an exotic pet. It is a sanctuary for different kind of animals — made possible through funds from private donors.

Contact:
SC-C.A.R.E.S
236 Abbeville Drive
Georgetown, SC 29440
Phone: (843) 546-7893
Email: info@sc-cares.org
Website: http://www.sc-cares.org


 

South Carolina ETV

In 1963 in South Carolina, close-circuit TV was extended to 155 high schools as a result of the 1960 General Assembly creating the SC Educational Television Commission, also known as ETV. Since then, ETV has been utilizing all forms of media to help educate people in more than 2000 schools, colleges, businesses, and government agencies.

Contact:
South Carolina ETV
1041 George Rogers Boulevard
Columbia, SC 29201
Phone: (803) 737-3200
Website: https://www.scetv.org


 

Airedale Rescue Group

The Airedale Rescue group is made up of ten volunteers. It operates throughout the southern United States, focusing on North and South Carolina as well as Alabama and Georgia. Every year volunteers rescue hundreds of dogs and find them loving homes. The organization provides all necessary veterinary care, these range from immunizations to expensive surgeries.

Contact:
Airedale Rescue Group
10581 Harrisburg Road
Fort Mill, SC 29707
Email: info@airedalerescuegroup.com
Website: https://airedalerescuegroup.com


 

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