Dayton & Mansfield
Donate your car or truck to help homeless veterans.
Why donate your car or truck?
Donating your car, truck, boat, motorcycle or RV to Volunteers of America in Dayton or Mansfield, could get you a greater value for your vehicle as a charitable contribution on your tax return than you would by selling or trading it. If it has an engine, we’ll take it – even if it hasn't run in years. Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio offers three simple ways to donate. We even provide free same-day towing. All proceeds from the sale of your car or truck benefit our programs including sheltering the homeless, job training and veterans programs.
At Volunteers of America, we’re dedicated to rebuilding the lives of those in need and to helping them reach their full potential. When you donate your automobile in Dayton or Mansfield, you are playing a key role in making that a reality.
Donate your automobile in Dayton and Mansfield
Car and truck donation doesn’t have to be a hassle, or take a long time.
Here are three easy ways for you to donate your vehicle right now:
- Fill out our simple online form.
- Stop by our office and donate in person with your clear title at 5640 West Broad St., Columbus, Ohio, 43228.
- Call (614) 870-7511 anytime Monday through Friday before 5 p.m. and Saturday before 11 a.m.
Take advantage of our free same-day pick up service – give our Car Donation & Auction Office a call at (614) 870-7511 anytime Monday through Friday before 5 p.m. and Saturday before 11 a.m.
More about Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio
Volunteers of America is a national, non-profit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through thousands of human services programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps nearly 2 million people across the country – more than 34,000 in Greater Ohio alone.
Established locally in 1896, our ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups including at-risk youth, the frail elderly, men and women returning from prison, homeless individuals and families, people with disabilities, and those recovering from addictions.
Our work touches the mind, body, heart – and ultimately the spirit – of those we serve, integrating our deep compassion with highly effective programs and services.