1. Reasons to Donate Your Car to Charity, Part Two

    In part one of our blog series, we looked at a small handful of reasons as to why you should donate your car to Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County. Concluding in part two of this series, here are a few more reasons as to why you should donate your car to us, and how your decision can help the lives of others. It’s Hassle Free Whether if you’re trying to re-sell y…Read More

  2. Reasons to Donate Your Car to Charity, Part One

    Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County continues to serve the greater San Jose area, helping the unemployed, senior citizens, displaced refugees and a wide variety of others in need. By donating your car to us, you are making a difference in the lives of many. While many people continue to donate their unused vehicles every day, there’s no such thing as being too chari…Read More

  3. Why It’s Important To Give Back To Your Community

    People are stronger when they work together. It’s just a fact. Think back to when you were in preschool, kindergarten, or even grade school. Learning to work together in teams was a challenge, but the lessons that you were taught in those situations most likely have stuck with you throughout your high school, college, and adult years. Overcoming obstacles, helping the on…Read More

  4. Ways to Serve Your Community This Holiday Season

    The holiday season is rapidly approaching. After Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas seem like they are a blink away. With the holiday season comes sugar and spice and all that’s nice — family time, big meals, tasty treats, Christmas carols, warm beverages, and of course, presents! While we are all eagerly anticipating Santa, it’s important to remember to give back…Read More

  5. Give Back To Your Community With A Car Donation

    Do you currently have a car that isn’t being used, and is sitting in your garage or driveway collecting dust? If so, you may be looking for ways to get rid of it and take it off your hands. But did you know that donating your car can positively impact the lives and well-being of a family in your community? With the holiday season approaching quickly, you may be starting …Read More

  6. Looking To Get Rid Of A Vehicle? Consider Donating It To Charity

    Old vehicles can be a nuisance, to say the least. Not driving them around makes them susceptible to sitting on the driveway or in the garage, collecting dust. Going through the process of selling it or giving it to a junkyard may sound like even more of a nuisance to you — cleaning the vehicle, collecting paperwork, and driving it to the specification does sound like a l…Read More

  7. How To Transfer The Title Of A Car Before Donating It

    Are you either thinking about or getting ready to make a car donation? By donating your car, you are not only ridding of an unused vehicle that’s taking up space in your garage or driveway, but you are also providing families and individuals in your community with the resources to build a sustainable life for themselves and their loved ones. By donating a vehicle to the …Read More

  8. Why You Should Donate Your Car Instead Of Selling It

    Do you currently have a car that you have no need for anymore that’s just taking up space in your driveway or garage? You may be thinking of selling that vehicle to get it off your hands and earn some extra cash, but have you ever considered donating your car to charity? A car donation has the potential to help families and individuals from your community who are in need…Read More

  9. What Happens To My Car After I Donate It?

    So You Donated Your Vehicle Whether you donated your unwanted car, truck, SUV, trailer, boat, RV, bus, or motorcycle, we thank you! After you donate your car, you’ll receive an IRS form 1098-C for your tax deduction. But then what happens? What We Do With Your Car What we do with your car after you donate it to us depends on the car condition. If it is drivable and in go…Read More

  10. The Life Of A Minimalist

    The hustle and bustle of our society today is exhausting, especially in a place where more than 1 million people call home. There is peer-pressure, here in Silicon Valley, to always have the nicest possessions and most up-to-date technology. It surrounds us and we often feel obligated to keep up with the trends. These possessions overwhelm our passions, free-time, and rela…Read More