The new website makes vehicle donation easier than ever, said Ball, and we can even assist the 11th hour donation via our website at anytime.
Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) December 29, 2006
Charities Automobile Recycling Enterprises, LLC, (dba WeCARE) a non-profit organization, serving the American Lung Association of Orange County, Breathe California of Los Angeles, John Douglas French Alzheimer's Foundation, and Riverside Sheriff's Association, is issuing an 11th hour plea for vehicle donations and asking the local community for their help. WeCARE, founded in 1996, provides charities with an opportunity to raise funds that support a better quality of life for those the charities serve.
"We need the help of the community! Residents can donate a vehicle, running or not, and benefit any of four great charities," said Pamela Ball, Executive Director, WeCARE. "Most reputable charities can't provide pickup, storage, or the sale of donated vehicles, but WeCARE facilitates the car donation process and then provides valuable funds to the charities."
WeCARE has recently revamped their website, WeCARECharities.com, to deliver improved accessibility and usability for online vehicle donations. "The new website makes vehicle donation easier than ever, said Ball, and we can even assist the 11th hour donation via our website at anytime." Anyone interested can go WeCARECharities.com and click the option to "donate now" and then simply follow the on-screen prompts to select the non-profit organization of their choice from the list provided. "Then, we do the rest!"! said Ball, "the website donation process is extremely efficient for those last minute donations as the year comes to a close."
Donating a vehicle to charities may qualify for a charitable contribution tax deduction, however it is advisable to consult with a tax advisor given the limitation and substantiation rules for making a charitable contribution have undergone many changes in the past few years. "WeCARE has worked to assist charities for the past decade and there is still time for the community to help," said Ball. "Please help us help those in need celebrate a happy new year!!"
Pamella Ball, WeCARE