You can never overestimate the power of a volunteer. It’s amazing what people can do when their passion to help drives them. Matching volunteers to needs – that’s at the heart of the U.S. Volunteer Emergency Management organization.
They connect good people to good causes by matching volunteer opportunities. If it sounds like something you can get behind, don’t worry – you don’t have to give your time ... you can donate a car to United States Volunteer Emergency Management through Cars2Charities. It’s a way to help others and get a tax credit for yourself.
In a country that’s 325 million strong, there are lots of needs. What better way to meet those needs than through the financially beneficial and simple good will of volunteerism? Many organizations need the boost of their efforts to continue the work they do for others less fortunate, or to promote health and welfare for all.
If your college days are behind you now (or way behind you), it may be time to downsize what you’re driving. How would you like to scrap the Sequoia for a Smart Car? Have you tossed around the idea of a hybrid or electric car? Going green isn’t just a passing cultural practice. And by making a change in wheels you can do a doubly good deed with a vehicle donation to United States Volunteer Emergency Management.
It’s your chance to provide emergency management cycle support: reducing potential losses from hazards through prompt assistance. The value of your donation vehicle can be put to good use through Cars2Charities.
If you’re used to doing a dealer trade-in or CarMax, think again. Both are simple to be sure, but did you know that you’re helping them pocket 60-70% of your vehicle’s value? The USC Marshall School of Business did a study that showed dealers actually increase the sale price of their cars for customers who bring in trade-ins.
But we’re here with good news! A car, truck or SUV donation to United States Volunteer Emergency Management enables you to write off 100% of the sale price! Think of the support going to putting volunteers out in the field!
It starts with a simple call to Cars2Charities at 888-250-4490 or you can donate online. You can arrange a quick pick-up with our friendly associates who will send a towing technician to wherever your car is, at a time that’s most convenient for you. We pick up from your workplace, or the auto mechanic -- wherever!
Are you a volunteer yourself? Then you most certainly have better things to do than attempt to sell your car! That’s what we do – there’s no cleaning, taking photos or posting your vehicle for you.
We’ve been handling car donations to United States Volunteer Emergency Management and other worthy causes for decades. Here at Cars2Charities we include the paperwork – even the title transfer with the DMV!
But wait – there’s more! The value of your donation car is maximize by the necessary upgrades and improvements we make to the vehicle. When we make changes, our research shows the cars sell for 25-50% more. And you don’t have to be an accountant to know that means more to the non-profit and a better tax write-off for you.
You probably make community donations every year to reduce your tax burden. Does your CPA try to get you to come up with more? Sometimes at the last minute?
That’s the great thing about a car or truck donation to United States Volunteer Emergency Management through Cars2Charities. It’s something you can knock out any time of the year, and our clients will tell you, it’s one of the easiest ways to give. Any time you’ve got a vehicle you don’t need it can benefit both you and the many who gain opportunities through this organization.
Do you watch your bottom line closely? If so – bravo! Remember that because of our unique process, you’re getting maximum value of the car donated to a reputable non-profit. It’s a humanitarian "All-Hazards" organization driven by highly dedicated and trained volunteers. Put that in your portfolio!
Especially now, you want to only deal with agencies that are legitimate, truthful and transparent. You’re describing our management of your auto donation. We follow IRS guidelines, which includes sending you and United States Volunteer Emergency Management IRS Form 1098 within 30 days of the sale of your vehicle, indicating the final sale price of your car.
From a 35-foot Winnebago to a Vanagon, we’re happy to process your RV donation to United States Volunteer Emergency Management. At Cars2Charities, it’s our goal to save you the time, money and sweat equity of dealing with the car you no longer need.
Are you in a Motorcycle Meetup? Do you have buddies who tackle some of the great rides, from Daytona’s Bike Week to the West Coast’s Ride to Live? Talk to your friends about making a motorcycle donation to United States Volunteer Emergency Management. You’ve always liked riding for a cause, haven’t you?
Ever met a lake you didn’t like? If you’re an angler or a jet skier, you may own a boat. You can experience the two best days of a boat-owner’s life: the day you get your new one and the day you get rid of your old one. If you’re shopping for the new one, let us help you with the other one through a boat donation to United States Volunteer Emergency Management.
Are you spending all kinds of money on a storage rental? You may be ready to unload some ATVs and jet skis. We pick up other toys too, which is good news if you read “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo. If your garage is full of stuff you don’t use, like a FairPlay or E-Z-Go, call us to make a golf cart donation to United States Volunteer Emergency Management.
It’s your chance to contribute to emergency preparedness and responder support. Whether you’re de-cluttering, downsizing, upsizing, or just want to help an amazing cause, a car donation to U.S.V.E.M. makes it count. It’s got multi-faceted benefits – your bottom line gets a boost, the non-profit gets support, plus someone gets a “new” car. We’re ready to handle it for you – just give us a call.
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Whatever your reason for donating a car, we make it so easy. Simply tell us a few key details, or call to speak with a knowledgeable and friendly Coordinator. We can be reached 7 days a week, at 855-520-2100.
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