UPDATE: Goodwill Car Donations is currently accepting vehicle donations. Call 866-233-8586 to schedule an unattended FREE pickup. To learn what actions we are taking to ensure you are protected when you donate a vehicle to Goodwill Car Donations, please click here.


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Donate a Car to Charity

It’s time to make a difference right here in Maryland by donating that old boat in the harbor or that beat-up car in your garage to a worthy local charity!

It’s true that Maryland still ranks as one of the wealthiest states in the country, but that’s not the whole story. While this Mid-Atlantic state is famous for many things — from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis to its large-scale production of blue crabs and soft clams — it’s also an area hit by widespread poverty.

Of this state’s six million residents, one in three face hunger and food insecurity each year. Whether it’s children without access to healthy food, adults who are unemployed or minorities facing cycles of generational poverty, these hurting people need more help than they’re getting. You can make a difference.

Even better, you can do it in a quick, easy, convenient way. Donate a vehicle you no longer want or need to our organization, and we’ll handle everything. As a result, you’ll contribute meaningful funding that empowers our organization to provide useful programs and support to people in need.

Here at Goodwill Car Donations in Maryland, we accept many makes and models of vehicles, from cars and trucks to vans, SUVs, motorcycles, motor homes, campers, riding lawn mowers, boats, airplanes and jet skis.

Vehicles we accept get auctioned and the resulting funds go straight toward helping marginalized members of our historic community. You get rid of an old clunker, receive a nice tax deduction and help someone who truly needs it — what could be better?


How to Donate a Vehicle to Charity

Donating a car in Maryland couldn’t be easier. When you’re ready to part with an old vehicle, we make the process incredibly easy. Simply fill out our online donation form or call our 24/7 operators at our toll-free number: 1-866-233-8586.

Then one of our local towing partners will come pick up your vehicle within 24 to 48 hours, at no expense to you, and you’ll get a tax deduction receipt in the mail a few days later. That’s it.

As soon as you sign over your vehicle’s title, we’ll even send you a receipt that you can forward to the Maryland DMV to deregister the vehicle and to your personal insurance company to cancel coverage.


Why Choose Us For Your Vehicle Donations in Maryland

Let’s face it: The junker you aren’t using isn’t doing you any good, so you may as well free yourself up from the obligations of storing, repairing and insuring it, right? Plus, our car donation program puts your car donation in Maryland to good use, whether or not the vehicle’s in working order.

We auction off donated vehicles to immediately fund Maryland job-training programs and use the proceeds to provide job training, life skills, and employment prospects to your neighbors in Maryland – changing lives and your community in the process. And as a fringe benefit, you may even get a sizable tax deduction!

At Goodwill Car Donations, we believe strongly in empowering Maryland citizens to find gainful employment — the kind that spurs the economy and strengthens local communities. When you donate cars in Maryland, you help us help the people who are most needy for training and employment opportunities.

What are you waiting for? Contact Horizon Goodwill Industries or Rappahannock Goodwill Industries to donate!


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Donate Your Car in Maryland Today!

Looking for more information about donating a car in Maryland? Click on one of the cities closest to you from the list below.

Learn more about our Maryland Goodwill partners from the list below.

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