Donating your vehicle to Women’s Bean Project will help those who face multiple barriers to employment move out of dependency and into personal responsibility and self-reliance through on-the-job training, as well as stabilization and personal development services.
To donate your car, truck, boat, motorcycle, camper, and recreational vehicle, you simply need a clear title and the keys—your vehicle doesn’t even have to be in working condition. Our partner, Driven to Donate, is operated by Step 13, a nationally-recognized recovery program in downtown Denver that offers men the opportunity to overcome drug and/or alcohol addiction through a program that requires sobriety, work, and accountability. Their men help process vehicles donated through your organization, providing them with the dignity of work, while striving to maximize the value of each donated vehicle.
Your donation has double the impact because 50 percent benefits Women’s Bean Project and the remaining 50% benefits the work Step 13 is doing.
The IRS may allow you to take a charitable-tax deduction on your federal income tax return for the gross sale of your vehicle. If the gross sale of the vehicle is greater than $500, the IRS may require you to fill out Form 8283, “Non-cash Charitable Contributions.” For more information, consult your tax professional.
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