Vehicle Donation - Car Donation
One Good Turn
A New Direction For used Vehicles
Support MADD by donating yours today.
There are a lot of ways to get rid of a used vehicle. But only one gives it new purpose. By donating it to MADD, you support our mission to stop drunk driving, help the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking. It’s a great way to make a big impact with just a little effort.
With just a call or click, you start a process that delivers much-needed funding to a great cause. But the benefits go beyond aiding our pursuit of safer roads for everyone. You’ll also dispose of your vehicle responsibly, and you may even qualify for a tax deduction.
With just a call or click, you start a process that delivers much-needed funding to a great cause. But the benefits go beyond aiding our pursuit of safer roads for everyone. You’ll also dispose of your vehicle responsibly, and you may even quality for a tax deduction.
You can find out the cost of donating your car and how easy this is by visiting our website to learn more.
Even if your vehicle isn’t in great shape, it can still do a lot of good. We receive donations that look like they came off the lot yesterday and others that have seen better days. Some run perfectly, while many don’t start at all. Regardless of its condition, every donation helps.
That welcoming attitude extends to the list of items we accept, which is as simple as the rest of the donation process. Basically, if it has a motor, we can use it! We can turn just about anything into the funding that fuels our mission, including:
- Personal watercraft
- RVs and ATVs
- Farm and construction equipment
- Submit our quick and easy online car donation form, or
- Call our car donation program toll-free 1-855-GIV-MADD (855-448-6233)
Donating a car to MADD is fast, free, convenient, tax-deductible, and you'll feel good knowing that your donation will help save lives by supporting our mission.
MADD is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that continues to be one of the largest victim services organizations in the U.S.