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Junk Cars
Wednesday, August 6, 2008 • Posted August 5, 2008 10:00 PM

If you own one of the many junk cars, boats or other motorized vehicles that are parked on the streets and in the yards and is inoperable in please read this article.

There are so many starving children in this world and your vehicle would help save some lives. Please contact the Feed the Children Organization and donate your vehicle to help these children. Feed the Children does a remarkable job helping children and families in need. That's why I support their work. For a look at what they are doing right now, please visit Feed The Children today!

Your Donated Vehicle Will Help Save Lives


Every night, children all across the world go to bed hungry, hoping that maybe tomorrow they will have something to eat.

By donating your vehicle to Feed The Children, you can help give a child hope and provide them with the nourishment they so desperately need. Your donation will translate into food, medicine and other necessities for hurting children in the U.S. and around the world.

Donating your car, truck, boat, motorcycle, ATV, RV, trailer or other vehicle to Feed The Children is easy and may be tax deductible. Contact the IRS or your tax advisor to see if you are eligible.

Benefits of Vehicle Donation: 1. Tax deductible (as allowable by law) 2. Quick and easy donation process 3. Free nationwide vehicle pick up and towing 4. Hassle-free way to dispose of your vehicle 5. Vehicles of all types and conditions accepted

Most importantly, when you donate your car to Feed The Children, your gift makes a lasting impact on the life of an impoverished child.

Donate your car or other vehicle online or call toll free at (888) 317-1212.

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