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Recommended Charities for Car Donations in the Plains States

Recommended Charities in Minnesota, Kansas, North & South Dakota and Iowa.

Choosing yes.There are many great organizations to choose from. We would like to recommend a few for your consideration. Doing good charitable work is done in many different ways, fighting lung disease is but one of many great efforts.

These non-profit organizations all have direct vehicle donation programs so you can engage them directly.

We provide you direct contact to the charity.

Iowa

Heritage For The Blind, Des Moines, Iowa Car Donation Program 

Heritage for the Blind of Des Moines
5550 Wild Rose Lane
Suite 400
Des Moines, Iowa 50266

1-515-993-9869

 

 

Kansas

Lifeline Counseling Center, Kansas; Car Donations

Lifeline Counseling Center
405 S. Clairborne Road, Suite 1
Olathe, KS 66062

1-913-764-5463

Minnesota

American Lung Association Midwest Car Donation Program.

American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest
55 W. Wacker Drive
Suite 800
Chicago, IL 60601

1-800-586-4227

Missouri

The Society of St. Paul de Vincent 

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul
58 Progress Pkwy
Maryland Heights, Mo. 63043

1-314-576-3993

Nebraska

Chariots 4 Hope 

Chariots 4 Hope
PO Box 390593
Omaha, NE 68139

1-402-516-8301

North Dakota

 

 

 

 

South Dakota

American Lung Association Midwest Car Donation Program.

American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest
55 W. Wacker Drive
Suite 800
Chicago, IL 60601

1-800-586-4227

Vehicle Donations Direct to a Charity

Donating directly ensures that more of the proceeds actually end up with the charity.

Vehicle donations are a major source of funds for many non-profit organization. Some of these organizations actually use donated cars or give them to needy recipients, however the majority have the donated vehicles sold through second party companies that handle the pick up and sale. By dealing directly with the non-profit of your choice it ensures that the they have selected the company, which ensures that they have reasonable fees. This means that the charity will probably end up with a better percentage of the proceeds.