Donating Your Vehicle to Teen Challenge

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Maral Cavner attended Emory University, where she attained her bachelor’s degree in sociology with highest honors. Since 2011, Maral Cavner has also served as an executive board member for Teen Challenge, a nonprofit organization offering young people a new chance at freedom from life-controlling problems, like addiction.

As a nonprofit, Teen Challenge relies heavily on donations to meet its financial needs. One of the ways you can help is through donating a vehicle to the organization.

Teen Challenge works with a company called Insurance Auto Auction to collect donated vehicles from donors. After filling out the online form or calling the company, you can request a vehicle pick-up and thus not have to worry about the cost of transporting the automobile.

The vehicle you donate can be in any condition, drivable or otherwise. You will, however, need to provide a clear vehicle title upon donation. Once donated, your vehicle will be sold and you will receive a receipt in the mail to keep for your tax records.

To learn more about Teen Challenge and other ways to help, visit TeenChallengeUSA.com.

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