• Cruise past the hassles of selling your vehicle by donating it to the Oregon Coast Humane Society. It’s easy and free. Plus, your gift is tax-deductible.

    Call (855) 500-RIDE or (855) 500-7433 or donate securely online at:


    We accept cars, classic cars, trucks, boats, RVs and more.

    A vehicle donation is another way to support us and a great alternative for
    you to take care of that unwanted vehicle. The donation process is easy
    and the proceeds from the sale of your vehicle help us continue the work we
    do every day.

    Reasons to donate:
    • Skip the hassles associated with selling a car
    • Avoid costly repairs
    • Free up space in your garage or driveway
    • It’s better than a low trade-in offer
    • Qualify for a tax deduction

    Whatever your reason, we work to maximize the sale of every generous donation.

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    What Can I Donate?
    We accept all types of vehicles whether they’re running or not, including classic and newer cars, trucks, trailers, boats, RVs, motorcycles, and other heavy equipment. However, it must be in one piece, have an engine and be towable.

    What Do I Need to Donate My Vehicle?
    You will need a clear title. However, if you do not have it, it is possible other arrangements can be made.

    Can You Pick Up Vehicles in All 50 States?
    Yes! We can provide a quick and convenient vehicle pick-up and towing just about anywhere in the continental United States.

    Is My Donation Tax-Deductible and When Will I Get a Tax Receipt?
    Yes! Your vehicle donation is tax-deductible if you itemize your deductions. You will receive an initial donation receipt from the tow driver during your vehicle pick-up. Once the vehicle is sold, you will be mailed a tax receipt within 30 days. This will be your only tax receipt if your vehicle sells for less than $500. If your vehicle sells for more than $500 and your Tax ID number has been provided, an IRS Form 1098-C will be mailed to you within 30 days of the sale stating the amount of gross proceeds (the maximum amount of your tax deduction) received from your donation.
    For specific tax-related questions, please consult your tax advisor or refer to IRS Publication 4303.