Wheels For Wishes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit car donation program that benefits local chapters of Make-A-Wish. Proceeds from car donations help make dreams come true for children with life-threatening medical conditions around the country. You can find what local chapters of Make-A-Wish we benefit here.
Wheels For Wishes & Wellness is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit car donation program that benefits children’s charities as well as hospitals that serve children throughout the country. Proceeds from car donations help these charities and hospitals provide a better life for children in need of medical care.
Vehicles For Veterans is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit car donation program that benefits veterans whether they are suffering from PTSD, homeless or living with a service-connected disability. We proudly benefit veterans’ programs like Homes For Our Troops, Operation Homefront, Veterans Airlift Command, the Fisher House Foundation, the Semper Fi Fund, The United Service Organization (USO), the Bob Woodruff Foundation, Operation Gratitude, Minnesota Military Family Foundation, Hope for the Warriors, Intrepid Fallen Hero’s Fund, Folds of Honor Foundation, the Gary Sinise Foundation, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), and K9s for Warriors Inc.
Help Us Make An Impact With Your Car Donation
Let’s face it. There are a lot of car donation programs out there and it can be hard to know which you can rely on. Car Donation Foundation has established programs with names you trust, and the impact of your donation is plain to see.
Make-A-Wish: Based on the average cost of a wish, we have granted over 10,959 wishes for Make-A-Wish® chapters
Vehicles for Veterans: We help fund services that provide assistance and aid to some of the over 21.8 million American veterans
Make a Lasting Impact
In all, Car Donation Foundation has donated more than $104 million to charities across the country. Through Car Donation Foundation’s programs, you can make a lasting impact on the cause closest to your heart. With the help of generous donors, we can continue to impact the lives of children, veterans and cancer patients even more in years to come.