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Donate Your Car to Special Olympics

Athlete with medals around his neck standing beside a white car.

Donate your car, boat, or RV—in three steps—to Special Olympics and help get more athletes onto the playing field. Your vehicle donation gives Special Olympics athletes the chance to develop physical fitness, compete in Olympic-like sports, and experience the joy of sharing their skills with others. Start your vehicle donation today here or calling us at (888) 828-0022!

"At 15 years old, with almost 170,000 miles, she finally let us know she was tired. We struggled to find the right resting place for a car that had given us so much joy. Our son has cognitive and intellectual disabilities, and when we learned we could donate her to the Special Olympics we knew it was the absolute perfect way to honor her time with us."
Danella Pochman

How to Donate your Car to Special Olympics

Step 1: Provide Vehicle Information

Complete the donation form to provide Special Olympics with information about your vehicle, including the VIN, year, make, model, and condition.

Step 2: Schedule Free Car Pick Up

Provide some information about yourself and where the vehicle will be picked up. A local tow agent will contact you within 2 – 3 business days to schedule a pickup time most convenient for you.

Step 3: Track Your Donation & Get Receipt

After you submit your Special Olympics car donation, you’ll receive a confirmation email with access to your Donor Console. Within the Donor Console, you’ll be able to track the progress of your car donation, upload documents, and get tax and title information. Once your car is sold, you will receive a confirmation email that includes a tax receipt.

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Every day we empower athletes to shatter stereotypes and exceed their personal bests on the playing field and in life. But for every Special Olympics champion, there is another who is waiting for a chance to win. Please donate and help us get one more athlete onto the playing field.