Car Donation

Car donation is the means of survival for so many charities and non-profits. Many charities and charitable organizations depend of such programs for their very survival. You can help a non-profit of your choice and make a real difference if you have a car or other vehicle to donate. Just do your research and find out if your favorite charities have car donation programs running – ask questions and get specifics, so you will know if this is how you would like to contribute. A great benefit to doing this is that you’ll be able to write off your donation as a tax write-off, otherwise known as a deduction. If you are interested in donating a car, you can find information online or check out one of the links on this page to find out more about our program. Every penny goes towards underwriting out outreach and charitable operations, with low administrative costs. Our car donation goes towards moments like this:

I would like to thank everyone at Songs of Love for the outstanding gift you give to children. Thank-you doesn’t say enough for the dedication of all who take their time to participate in the making of these very unique Cd’s. As my daughter battles a brain tumor she finds much joy in listening to her song.Through Kiyanna’s excitement she  has played her song for her many doctors, therapists, family and friends. It has brought tears to most,even the men and woman in uniform from the Air National Guard who presented Kiyanna with a Young Hero’s Medal for displaying courage and strength while battling this illness.During Kiyanna’s hospitalization she also met Dora The Explorer a loved character to Kiyanna but her most cherishable event to her is receiving and listening to  what she calls her “Kiyanna Song.”This music is definitely a form of medicine and Kiyanna will be the first one to tell you it makes her feel better and helps to keep her dancing.Thank-You for bringing my daughter joy and encouragement in a most difficult time.If possible could you send 3 copies of the CD?
                                                           Tara & Rich Stockwell