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how your car donation drives our program

Each time No Longer Bound receives a vehicle donation, it is our top priority to be a good steward of this gift. Money earned helps save men from addiction. Plus, needed repairs provide valuable training opportunities to prepare men for careers in the automotive industry.

how it works

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Donating Your Vehicle

Car donors can either drop off their car on campus, or schedule a time for us to tow it to campus. Your vehicle does not have to run. We take vehicles in a variety of conditions.

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Handling the Paperwork

Your generous donation is tax deductible. When you donate a vehicle, we will take care of all your paperwork. For sales $500 or less, we will give you a donation receipt. For sales greater than $500, we will send you a 1098-c Tax Form. We are happy to answer any logistical questions you may have about your donation.

Restoring and Selling

Donated vehicles are either restored or sold back into the community, with total restoration always being our goal. However, we strive to be good stewards and invest the proper balance of labor and resources. As a result, we may restore, wholesale, or part-out and recycle. Each option provides valuable returns.

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Hands-On Experience

Current residents in No Longer Bound’s program are instructed under a master mechanic and learn right in the auto shop on campus. Men inspect and diagnose each vehicle, run a cost analysis, then decide whether it’s best to repair the vehicle for retail sale or send it to an auction.

Donating Your Vehicle

Car donors can either drop off their car on campus, or schedule a time for us to tow it to campus. Your vehicle does not have to run. We take vehicles in a variety of conditions.

Handling the Paperwork

Your generous donation is tax deductible. When you donate a vehicle, we will take care of all your paperwork. For sales $500 or less, we will give you a donation receipt. For sales greater than $500, we will send you a 1098-c Tax Form. We are happy to answer any logistical questions you may have about your donation.

Hands-On Experience

Current residents in No Longer Bound’s program are instructed under a master mechanic and learn right in the auto shop on campus. Men inspect and diagnose each vehicle, run a cost analysis, then decide whether it’s best to repair the vehicle for retail sale or send it to an auction.

Restoring and Selling

Donated vehicles are either restored or sold back into the community, with total restoration always being our goal. However, we strive to be good stewards and invest the proper balance of labor and resources. As a result, we may restore, wholesale, or part-out and recycle. Each option provides valuable returns.

Schedule a car pick up

Want to discuss your car donation first? Contact the Car Donations Team.

Other Ways to Give

Thrift Stores

Donate or shop at one of our local thrift stores. All purchases go back to supporting the men in the program.

Financial Gift

Whether you give a one-time donation or become a regeneration partner, every gift helps to save lives.

Volunteer

One of the best ways to see lives transformed is to come on campus and serve the men in the program.

Thrift Stores

Donate or shop at one of our local thrift stores. All purchases go back to supporting the men in the program.

Financial Gift

Whether you give a one-time donation or become a regeneration partner, every gift helps to save lives.

Volunteer

One of the best ways to see lives transformed is to come on campus and serve the men in the program.

“Before coming to No Longer Bound, I started teaching myself how to work on engines. Now I’m learning about checks and tests and some of the specialty tools. It’s very rewarding to take a vehicle that’s ready to go to the junkyard, see the vision of what it can be, then make it all come together.”

ALEXANDER