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Ohio Car Donations: Support the Fight Against Breast Cancer and Help Save Lives of Its Victims

Do you want to help fellow Americans in Ohio suffering from breast cancer? A simple act you can do is to participate in our Ohio car donations program.

When you donate a car to us at Breast Cancer Car Donations, you will help save and transform the lives of breast cancer patients and support their families as well.

Your car donation will help us generate funding for our trusted charity partners, enabling them to sustain and boost their programs for the benefit of needy breast cancer patients in Ohio. The funds that will come from the sale of your donated vehicles will also be used to support the continuing research on better ways to prevent, screen, diagnose, and treat breast cancer, with the end goal of finding a cure for the deadly disease.

Interested in joining our car donations program in the state? We assure that you will never regret having donated a car for the benefit of breast cancer sufferers in.


Donating A Car Is Very Simple

Our goal is to bring convenience to our donors. We want to make our Ohio car donations process as simple and as quick as possible. This will not take too much of your time.

Here is the three-step guide on how this is done:

  • Give us a call at 866-540-5069 or fill out our online donation form once you decide to donate your vehicle to us. We will require your personal and car’s information. We then arrange for a towing company in your area to pick up the vehicle you’re donating on the time, date, and place of your choice.
  • We then tow away your car. You don’t pay even a single dollar for this and you also don’t even need to be at the pickup site if you have to be somewhere else. We will issue you a towing or donation receipt that will release you from all liabilities on your car. This means you can now cancel your car registration and insurance payment.
  • After we sell your vehicle to its highest possible price, we will transfer the proceeds to our charity partners. We will then send you by mail your tax-deductible sales receipt. The amount indicated there—which could be more or less $500 – could be the basis of your tax deduction claim.

If you are still uncertain about some things, give us a call. We will gladly answer all your questions.


What Types of Vehicles Are Acceptable

The great thing about donating a car with Breast Cancer Car Donations is that most vehicles of all sorts are accepted here.

If your car is in pretty bad shape, we will still be happy to accept your kind donations.

We accept a wide variety of vehicles to our Ohio car donations program. Here are the general categories of vehicles acceptable to us and some samples for each of them.

  • General vehicles — cars, vans/minivans, SUVs, trucks, pickups, motorcycles
  • Boats and watercraft — jet skis, motorboats, fishing boats, sailboats, pontoon boats, personal watercraft, yachts
  • RVs and campers — RVs, trailers, campers, motorhomes, fifth wheelers, pop-up trailers, travel trailers, recreational vehicles
  • Specialty vehicles—Snowmobiles, ATVs, riding lawnmowers, golf carts, motorized wheelchairs, non-commercial airplanes, farm equipment
  • Fleet vehicles — buses, passenger vans, cargo vans


What Do I Get From My Ohio Car Donations?

When you participate in our Ohio car donations program, you will get the best of both worlds. You will not only support the campaign to fight breast cancer and help its victims but also obtain some personal rewards for your charitable act.

Expect to receive these perks:

  • Possible top tax deduction
  • Enjoy a simple and fast donation process
  • No more hassle in getting to sell your car
  • Save money when you stop paying for your car’s insurance and registration as well as the cost of repairs and maintenance
  • We take care of everything including any paperwork
  • Free towing and pickup of the car you’re donating to Ohio car donations
  • Inner joy for having made a difference in the lives of breast cancer sufferers


Fun and Interesting Ohio Facts

The state of Ohio is a Midwestern state located in the Great Lakes region of the United States. It is the 10th most densely populated, 34th largest by area, and seventh most populous of the 50 states in the U.S.

The capital of Ohio is Columbus, which is also the largest city in the state.

The name of the state came from the Ohio River. It came from the Iroquois word “ohi-yo,” which means a great river or a large creek.

Ohio is widely known as the Buckeye State because of the buckeye trees spread throughout the Ohio River valley. These trees bear little brown nuts that look like deer’s eyes; hence the name “buckeye.” Some say carrying these nuts brings good luck.

The state has also been named the Mother of Modern Presidents. The reason is that seven U.S. presidents were born in Ohio, namely, Rutherford B. Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William H. Taft, Warren G. Harding, Ulysses S. Grant, and William McKinley.

Ohio is also known as the birthplace of aviation. The inventors of the first airplane, the Wright Brothers, were from Dayton.

The first chewing gum was made in Ohio in 1869.

Ohio is also the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll. A local DJ Alan Freed promoted the first ever rock show at Cleveland Arena on March 21, 1952.

Ohio has some really weird laws. Examples: You can’t get a fish drunk. It’s illegal to fish for whales on Sunday. Women are not allowed to wear patent leather shoes in public. Five or more women cannot live in the same house. When you break any of these laws, you can’t be arrested on a Sunday or the 4th of July.


Get Started In Ohio Now!

Support the fight against breast cancer. Join our Ohio car donations program! Contact us at 866-540-5069 and donate your car now!

Donate a Car to Ohio Breast Cancer Nonprofits Today!

Looking for more information about donating in a particular area of Ohio? Click on one of the cities closest to you from the list below.

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