Donate car Texas to help cancer kids. Cars for kids is brought to you by the American Children’s Society. Donating a car isn't just a great tax deduction, it's help for families in need!
Join thousands of happy donors that are making a difference! (and getting a great tax write off!) Call today:
We'll tow your auto contribution for free or you can drop it off at one of our Tx locations. We have 13 car donation locations in Texas! Amarillo, Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, Houston, North Houston, Longview, Lubbock, McAllen, Permian Basin, and San Antonio! We pick up vehicles all over the Lone Star State!
When you donate a car, it's more than a great car donation tax deduction. It helps to get kids proper medical care, equipment and medicine. It helps a family that's barely getting by keep the lights on, and so much more. You can join thousands of happy donors that are making a difference.
You'll receive the highest tax deduction allowed, you'll also get free towing and a donation receipt on the spot. We appreciate our donors! Please ask about receiving a free gift
We appreciate all vehicle donations, cars, trucks, vans, RV's, boats, motorcycles and SUVs, regardless of condition. Even junk car donations are a help (and appreciated).
If you're asking yourself why donate a car? Or perhaps you're wondering "if I donate my car, how does that help kids". We have a Frequently Asked Questions Page and a Guide on Car Donations that can help.
Simply give us a call to make a conveninet appointment. We can accomodate almost any appointment requests. Sometimes we can pick up your vehicle on the same day.
We help families that have a child diagnosed with cancer by providing some relief to the financial stress that they may be enduring. Less stress on the parents, means they can have more quality time with their child. When social workers from hospitals, community organizations, family members or friends contact us for assistance, we do our best to help. But...We need your help to continue our efforts.
Visit the Texas Attorney General website. Under Texas law, most charities or non-profit organizations are not required to register with the State.
Make the call, make a difference!