Just in time for Cancer Awareness Month comes the tale of a very special cancer car donation: a 1968 Chrysler Newport! This antique beauty continues to make the world a better place as a donation to the American Cancer Society. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but you can turn an old car into a charitable donation!
1968 Chrysler Newport
Don’t let the dust fool you, this model sold more than almost any other Chrysler during the 1960s.
Despite the age, the mileage on this car is surprisingly low – under 67,000!
Don’t the seats looks plush?
This particular car is part of the fourth generation of Newport, that ranged from 1965-1968. The Chrysler C platform was groundbreaking at the time, though you may have seen it on the ever-popular Chrysler Town and Country minivan.
Do you have an older car (it doesn’t have to be 50!) and want to support cancer research and patient support? The surprising possibility is a cancer car donation!
American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots organization dedicated to fighting cancer on all fronts. How do they do that?
They fund critical research to prevent, detect, and treat cancer. They support cancer patients and their families. They educate both health professionals and the public. They help detect and treat cancer.
The American Cancer Society has an important presence both in the US and abroad. In the United States, there are over 250 regional offices across 6 distinct regions.
They do incredible work for cancer patients and their families, but they can’t do it alone. Vehicle donations are a great method of fundraising for this amazing charity
We can accept all kind of cars, boats, motorcycles, and RVs and help you help your favorite charity!
With our charity car donation program, between 75-80% of the proceeds will go directly to the charity, which is the highest return rate of any program. You’ll be eligible for a tax credit, not to mention free towing.
Support this incredible organization with a cancer car donation! Visit our website or give us a call at 1-888-227-5500.