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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Stebalo, Oct 14, 2005.

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  1. Stebalo

    Stebalo Member

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    I am looking to get rid of my old wheels through an auto donation program. It's a clunker that doesn't run and I'd have to pay to get it hauled away. but if a charity can auction it off and make some money, so be it.

    My question is, do any non-profit Second Amendment civil liberties organizations (SAF, NRA-ILA, etc) have auto donation programs? Most charities that do this contract out to a third party who does the collection and auctioning so it has become quite common. I just can't find any not for profit gun groups taking donation.
     
  2. Preacherman

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    I understand the Knob Creek range is looking for targets...

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  3. MD_Willington

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    Find a demolition derby team, they can put your name on their sponsors list for the vehicle. We get plenty of vehicles for our team this way...

    MD
     
  4. svtruth

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    Donations

    I've always given our oldies to organizations that benefit the blind. They come and pick it up, and how else are those people going to get a car?
     
  5. jrfoxx

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    In Michigan, there is (or was) a Vetrans group that took donated cars, gave a receipt for tax write-off purposes, then sold the cars through ads, auction, etc. Sorry I dont rememver the groups name. Try a google search for them using michigan, car, donate, etc maybe. I bought a car from them. good car, good deal, supported Vetrans (which I will soon be one of).
     
  6. PAC 762

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    There's a group called "purple heart" that takes autos to benefit veterans.
     
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