Donate a Car with Car Donation Wizard

We proudly work with some of the most respected charity and nonprofit organizations in the world. We work hard to ensure that the maximum funds are raised from your vehicle donation, so that your contribution makes the most impact for your charity. Keep in mind, as an added benefit to you, your contribution may be eligible for a charitable tax deduction!

What Makes Us Different?

In supporting only nonprofit organizations that use the proceeds of your vehicle donation to make the biggest difference in someone’s life, Car Donation Wizard ensures that every dollar raised goes towards its intended cause. Keep in mind that while there are hundreds of thousands of organizations that accept car donations, there are none that return between 75 and 80% of the gross dollar from each car donation back to the charity like we do. Don’t be fooled by organizations that return 50-70% of the net proceeds, trust only the best car donation program! Still looking for more information? Reach out to us by phone at (877) 957-2277 if you have questions about charity funding or returns.

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We take all types of vehicles, running, non-running, classics, lightly used and even end of life vehicles. We work with a comprehensive network of nationwide, professional vehicle dismantlers that can responsibly recycle your vehicle.

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2006
A strong foundation
You Call We Haul’s parent company – Advanced Remarketing Services – was created with a focus on growing our products and services, and to consistently provide the very highest return for each vehicle.
2012
Growing our family
We’re proud to work with charity organizations including Habitat for Humanity, March of Dimes, UNICEF US Fund, and the ASPCA. In 2012 we welcomed the American Cancer Society to our team.
2015
Social enterprise
With our focus on accountability and integrity, we’re leading the industry and serving our community. Our employees are planting trees for Earth Day and hammering nails at a Habitat for Humanity home.