1. Rebuild, Restore, Renew

    It is the time of year when many people begin to think of ways that they can donate their time and money to help others who are struggling with various needs. One way that you can help others is by donating your vehicle. It does not have to be new and shiny or functional to be donated. If you are looking for ways to make a positive impact in our San Jose community, then co…Read More

  2. Poverty in Santa Clara

    Santa Clara County is one of the most unequally balanced counties in the U.S. Home to much of Silicon Valley, it is a dichotomy between one of the largest homeless populations, and a very wealthy upper-middle class. In fact, while the statistics show that only 8.3 percent of the residents in Santa Clara County live below the Federal Poverty level, the actual number of peop…Read More

  3. More Reasons to Donate Your Car To Our Charity

    In part one of our blog series, we looked at a few examples as to why you should donate your car to our San Jose charity. Wrapping things up in part two, here are a few more reasons why you should donate your car to Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County. You Are Unable to Sell Your Car Sometimes people decide that owning a car isn’t a responsibility that they want to …Read More

  4. Donate Your Car in San Jose Today!

    Are you looking to donate your car in San Jose? Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County is here to make the process incredibly easy for you! Offering pick up services, we can come to your location to retrieve your vehicle. Not only is donating your car tax deductible, but you are also supporting a good cause, as our charity helps improve the lives of those living in pover…Read More

  5. Donate Your Car In San Jose This Summer!

    Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County is proud to serve the greater San Jose area with car donation services. Your generous donation helps us provide families with food, assist individuals in finding work, aid displaced refugees and more. To learn more about how we can assist you with donating your car in San Jose, contact us today! With summer upon us, there are plenty…Read More

  6. Donate Your Car In San Jose This Spring

    Spring is here, and with spring comes spring cleaning! Do you have a car sitting around that you’re not using and have been thinking about donating? Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County is here for all of your San Jose car donation needs! In this blog post, we will look at a few reasons why you should include car donation as part of your spring cleaning routine this …Read More

  7. Benefits of Supporting A Local Charity

    Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County is committed to serving the greater San Jose area, helping senior citizens, displaced refugees, the unemployed, and many other people in need. By donating your car to us, you are making a difference in the lives of many. Whether you’re looking to make a difference in someone’s life, want to support our charity or otherwise, Cath…Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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