Support Worthy Causes

When typhoon Ondoy (typhoon Ketsana) hit the country, we asked for donations, monetary and used clothing, from our neighbors to help the people living in the nearby subdivision that was badly affected by the typhoon. It was a success because many responded. The money we have collected was used to purchase canned goods, biscuits, instant noodles, milk and rice that were given to the flood victims, with the clothes of course. It was an unforgettable experience. I can’t explain what I felt after. It was very exhilarating and it lifted me. I have done something good and worthwhile. It’s the same feeling every time I support worthy causes.

A donation is a gift given for charitable purposes or to benefit worthy causes. It is given without return consideration. It can be for medical care needs like blood and organs for transplant, development aid support, cash, services, goods, toys, clothing and food. You can give anything you want that will benefit others. But do you know that you can donate vehicles too? This may be new to you but yes you can donate a car to charity.

There are many non-profit charity organizations accepting donations of any type of vehicle even boats, airplanes, trucks, motorcycles and construction equipments. These organizations repair the vehicles and give to needy families and charities throughout the United States. If you are living in Seattle and interested in donating your car, you can visit donate your car Seattle.

You don’t need to drive to these organizations because you can donate your vehicle online and they will contact you for the final arrangements. They can pick up vehicle donation in every state so nothing to worry about if living anywhere in United States. They have the right vehicle tow your car donation, the same procedure on other states, thus saving your time.

It is hassle selling a car because it needs more tasks and most of the time you don’t get what your car is really worth, while donating a car is completely hassle-free. Donate your old cars now rather than sell or just junk them. Take my word, it feels good helping others and supporting worthy causes.

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