So you want to donate your car in Cincinnati?
Here's everything you need to know about the ridiculously easy car donation process
So you've decided you want to donate your car in Cincinnati. That's great news. Your simple car donation can positively affect a lot of people in Cincinnati through the programs of Volunteers of America.
Your car donation helps get homeless veterans off the streets and on their way to a better life. It helps ex-offenders make a better life after prison and become valuable contributors to society. It helps provide shelter to homeless youth and families. All told, you will impact more than 700 of your Cincinnati neighbors. Feels good, doesn't it?
Because we depend on generous contributions like yours, we also make it as easy as possible for you to donate your car in Cincinnati. Here's everything you need to know.
Cincinnati Car Donation 101
Here are the basics and some answers to some common questions.
- Do you have an unused or unwanted car? Truck? RV? Boat? We will accept virtually anything with a motor. Every bit helps.
- What if your vehicle doesn't run any more? It doesn't matter. We can still make good use of it. We can even arrange same-day towing to get it off your hands.
- Still on the fence about donating? Remember, you may actually get more value from your vehicle as a tax-deductible charitable donation. Added bonus: You don't have to deal with the hassle of trying to sell or trade it!
- Ready to donate? Great. The easiest way to get started is our online car donation form. We'll take it from there.
- Rather talk to someone on the phone? You can call 800-225-0732 before 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and before 11 a.m. on Saturday.
- You can even take care of this by mail. Just mail your clear title to 5640 W. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43228. We'll take it from there.
Get started with donating your car today
Now that we've laid out the benefits to the community and how easy it is to donate your vehicle, what are you waiting for? One simple click on our online form can start the process. Cincinnati — and we — thank you for your generosity.