Formed in 1996 for the benefit of the community, Cars for Charity is a collaboration between 10 non-profit agencies (all of the members of the Spokane County United Way) and Pull & Save Auto Parts.
When you're thinking of selling that extra vehicle because it's too expensive to repair...
You don't use it anymore...
You want more space...
Think about the many local people you can help through Cars for Charity.
By donating your unneeded vehicle to Cars for Charity, you're helping provide health and human care services right here at home.
Drive it in or call to arrange for towing.
Your donation may be tax deductible.*
Our friendly service is sure to answer all your questions.
Pull & Save Auto Parts
10414 E. Knox Avenue
Spokane, WA 99206
The fundamental objective: to provide an avenue for people to dispose of unwanted vehicles while giving them the opportunity to support the services of local charities.
Since its inception, over 6,800 vehicles, ranging from those sold for parts to fully operable motor homes, cars, trucks and boats, have been donated.
Donors may designate their contribution to one of the following agencies, or have the proceeds split equally among all participating agencies.
Children's Home Society of Washington offers counseling and support for children and families, including parent education programs, relatives raising relatives and a broad spectrum of information and support services for families touched by adoption. 747-4174
Eastern Washington Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing offers communication advocacy, information and referral services, and interpreters for deaf and hard of hearing individuals as well as educational training for organizations. 328-9220
Excelsior Youth Center connects kids with their future through residential, foster care, and drug and alcohol programs providing hope, direction and therapeutic intervention for emotionally and behaviorally impaired youth. 328-7041
Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center is a pioneering, non-profit, community based organization that since 1970 has worked to enhance the quality of life for children, youth and families in Spokane's southeast and east central neighborhoods. 455-8722
Second Harvest Food Bank of the Inland Northwest provides food to nearly 44,000 people each month through 21 emergency food pantries in Spokane County and more than 300 non-profit agencies in Eastern Washington and North Idaho. 534-6678
Spokane Guilds' School & Neuromuscular Center provides early intervention therapies and comprehensive assessments annually for over 200 developmentally disabled infants and toddlers from birth to three in Spokane County. 326-1651
Spokane Neighborhood Action Programs (SNAP) provides a wide range of services designed to meet emergency basic needs such as heat, homeless shelters for families, home repair for low-income, weatherization, affordable housing and many other critical services. 456-7111
VNA Home Health Care Services (also known as Spokane Visiting Nurse Association) provides in-home health care to people of all ages with all medical diagnoses, regardless of ability to pay. Clients must need skilled services of a nurse or therapist and have difficulty leaving home. 534-4300
YFA Connections provides prevention, intervention, education and treatment services to youth, families, and adults in conflict or crisis. Youth programs include temporary shelter and counseling services for at-risk, runaway and homeless teens at our Crisis Residential Center. 532-2000
YMCA of the Inland Northwest offers over 140 different developmental programs annually to children, youth, families, and seniors. Programs include licensed before-and after-school child care; teen recreation, leadership, and employment opportunities; day camp and resident camp; educational tutoring and reading; and youth sports programming that ranges from gymnastics and aquatics to basketball and soccer. 838-3577