Helping veterans with a Cambridge, Massachusetts vehicle donation is easy with Vehicles For Veterans. Our non-profit veteran charity works on your schedule to pick up your automobile, plus, the net proceeds of your donation help veterans and their families.
All it takes is an unwanted vehicle to fund the important programs of our veteran charity recipients. These charity services include housing, medical care, adaptive equipment, mental health care, service animals, transportation, veteran community building, and more.
Although car donation is an easy way to support veterans, we still acknowledge that it's a big deal to donate your car. That's why our vehicle donation program goes out of our way to car donations a positive experience for you!
Unlike other car donation charities, Vehicles For Veterans is a trusted nonprofit, IRS-registered 501(c)3 organization. When you donate your vehicle to us, you get tax benefits.
After your tax-deductible car donation is complete, we send your tax receipt in the mail. You can use this tax receipt to claim your tax deduction on your 1098-c form when you're doing your taxes.
Ask your tax professional for tax advice on how you can maximize your tax benefits with the tax-deductible receipt we send you. They may also help with another tax credit for other life events or charitable contributions you made that year.
Your tax deduction will reflect how much your vehicle sells for at auction. If your vehicle sells for under $500, you can claim the fair market value up to $500.
Our experienced team knows how to sell your vehicle, and when we sell, we get the most value we can so both you and the veteran charity benefit more!
Anywhere in Massachusetts that is tow truck accessible, we will pick up your car free of charge. You don't need to get your car donation running or drop it off yourself.
If it is tow truck accessible, we will pick up for free in Massachusetts! Complimentary towing is just one way we make it easy to donate your vehicle.
When you donate a car to our vehicle donation program, we take pride in having a simple experience for our generous Massachusetts donors. It's a big deal to donate a vehicle, so we strive to make the car donation process easy.
Our vehicle donation program is here to answer your car donation questions regarding tax credits, net proceeds, how we support disabled veterans and other veteran causes, acknowledgement letter, title transfer, and more!
An unwanted vehicle is probably not worth much to you. What's worse is that it takes up space in your garage or driveway and often needs costly repairs.
The proceeds from donating your car support amazing veterans charities at no cost to you. You can make a huge difference for veterans and their families and all it takes is an unwanted vehicle.
Within 24 hours of the next business day after calling or filling out the online form, we schedule your free pick up. We come to you with complimentary towing for your car donation anywhere in Massachusetts, including:
Donating your car is easy with Vehicles For Veterans! We send a truck to pick up your vehicle at no cost to you!
We accept vehicles in most conditions and most types of vehicles, including:
Just give us a call at 1-877-646-1976, and we will let you know if we can accept your vehicle.
Our program has an easy vehicle donation process. This is so our generous Massachusetts donors can have the peace of mind of donating to our trustworthy nonprofit without having to work for it!
Here's our easy three step donation process:
A donated vehicle is all it takes to change the life of a veteran. Donate a vehicle today to fund the important work of the best American veterans charities.
Here's how your Massachusetts car donation to Vehicles For Veterans works:
Car donations make a huge impact on veterans through our amazing charity recipients. We take donated cars and other donated vehicles. Donate your car or off road vehicles at no cost to you as an easy way to support veterans and their families from your Massachusetts home.
Donating a car gets you tax deductions but please speak to a tax advisor before finalizing an estimate.