Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Donate a Car

Donate a Car to Project Watershed. Easy process, free towing, guaranteed tax-deductible receipt.

Project Watershed has partnered with Donate a Car Canada to accept your vehicle donation! You will be provided free towing, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you donate your car, truck, RV, boat, or motorcycle to Project Watershed through Donate A Car Canada, it will either be recycled or re-sold (depending on its condition, age and location). Donate a Car Canada will look after all the details to make it easy for us to benefit. You will receive a tax receipt after your vehicle donation has been processed!

Easy as 1-2-3

 

  1. Fill in the online form or call the toll-free number to donate (1-877-250-4904).
  2. An agent will schedule your free tow/pick-up.
  3. You will receive your tax-deductible receipt.

 

Every Car Donation has Value

 

Donate a Car does not just recycle cars, it recycles vehicles in an environmentally friendly manner. Or, if your vehicle is not quite ready for the recycling yard, there is also the option to have your vehicle re-sold! In that case, their Canada-wide resale agents will find a buyer for your donated car, truck, van, SUV, or motorcycle.

How is this determined? When you donate a vehicle, a donor care representative will assess it based on year, make, model, location, and condition. They will contact you by email shortly after you submit your vehicle donation to confirm the best processing method. Your vehicle will then be picked up, and recycled or re-sold. You will receive your guaranteed tax-deductible receipt soon after.

Everything will be taken care of for you — at no cost to you, or to your charity!

This is your gift, so if you have any questions along the way, there will always be a donor care personnel ready to serve you at Donate a Car.

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