Vehicle Donations

Donate your used car, van, truck, boat with a trailer, or recreational vehicle to Connor’s House seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The proceeds from the sale of our donated vehicles will fund our work to promote pediatric palliative care in New Jersey, both working with families and with public and private policy makers. It’s as easy as making a simple phone call to 1-855-74-HOUSE (1-855-744-6873) with your title in hand.

You will receive a letter detailing the value of your donation to use with your tax professional to maximize your deduction, and the gratitude of all Connor’s House for your generous gift.

We accept any vehicles regardless of age and condition!

HOURS OF OPERATION:
Monday – Thurs: 8 am – 7 pm (EST)
Friday: 8 am – 5 pm (EST)
Saturday 9 am – 4 pm (EST)
Sunday Closed

Free Pickup and Other Benefits
• Free Towing whether it’s running or not, you can donate your automobile anywhere in the U.S.
• Eliminate the hassle of repairing, advertising, and selling your car by letting courteous, trained staff handle all the details.
• Qualify for an IRS Tax deduction.
• Rest assured that your donation directly supports our programs and services.

Maximize Your Car Donation Tax Deduction in Moments

Connor’s House has partnered with Melwood Charity Car Donation Center, a non-profit agency, to manage and operate our vehicle donation program. Melwood, since 1963 has provided job training and employment for over 2,000 individuals with disabilities.

Vehicle donations made to Connor’s House are tax deductible. Our organization has been designated by the IRS as a 501c (3) charity. The best practice is to consult with a tax professional on how to maximize your tax deduction since every car donation and tax situation is unique. In general, the IRS limits the tax deduction to the gross proceeds from the sale of the car, truck, or other vehicle.

To learn more on what the donors’ responsibilities are prior to making a car donation, please consult the “Donors Guide to Vehicle Donations” found in IRS Publication 4303. The file may be read with Adobe Reader.

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