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One of the easiest ways to help children in Mount Pleasant and all over South Carolina is to donate your car. Donating a car to Wheels For Wishes will benefit Make-A-Wish South Carolina and help to grant a wish for a child. The joy a child receives from their wish will bring more value to you than that vehicle sitting in your driveway ever has. Our charity vehicle donation program helps to turn cars, trucks, RVs, SUVs, ATVs, motorcycles and boats into wishes. Car donation is a simple alternative to the hassles of selling or trading in your vehicle and it’s environmentally friendly. Wheels For Wishes makes it easy to donate your car.

Make-A-Wish South Carolina will use the funds from your car donation to grant wishes, enabling a child to experience life free from hospital visits and treatment. Your car donation will help fulfill their wish.

Make A Difference In Mount Pleasant With Your Car Donation

Beach in South CarolinaYour vehicle donation to Wheels For Wishes makes it possible for Make-A-Wish South Carolina to grant a large variety of wishes in the Mount Pleasant area, which will help to enrich the lives of children in your community. Your donation can have a huge impact in the lives of kids.

The first settlers arrived in Mount Pleasant in 1680, and the town offers so much history, including the Boone Hill Plantation. Scanlonville, which is in Mount Pleasant, was one of the first African-American communities formed after the Civil War. The oldest neighborhood in Mount Pleasant “Old Village” and the oldest home in that neighborhood was built in 1755.

There are many outdoor spaces for kids to be active in. Mt. Pleasant Pier on the Cooper River, Palmetto Islands County Park, and Splash Island at Palmetto Islands County Park are just a few of the terrific offerings. However, some children with critical illnesses may not be able to enjoy these things like other children due to long stays in the hospital.

Donate Your Car To Receive Great Benefits

  • Free pick-up and towing of your vehicle from anywhere in South Carolina, including Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, and Columbia.

  • Acceptance of nearly any vehicle, regardless of whether it runs or not. We accept cars, trucks, boats, RVs, motorcycles and more.
  • The maximum possible tax deduction for your charity vehicle donation.

  • Professional service that makes the vehicle donation process easy and hassle-free.

  • That great feeling you get when you know your contribution has helped a child in your community.

Car Donations Are Tax DeductibleSmiling boy

When you donate a car to Wheels For Wishes you will receive all of the tax documentation you need to get your tax deduction when you are filing your taxes. Because Wheels For Wishes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your donation is completely tax deductible. After you make your donation and it is picked up, we will mail you a tax-deductible receipt. Save this in your records and use it to make a tax deduction during tax time.

Any donation we receive by 11:59 p.m. Dec. 31 will count for that same tax year, so give us a call today! Help bring a smile to a Mount Pleasant child’s face today.

Donate Your Car In Three Steps

The process to donate your vehicle couldn’t be any easier, make your donation online or by phone today.

  • You can start by giving us a call at 1-855-278-9474 or by filling out our easy vehicle donation form online. Experienced vehicle donation representatives are available to answer your questions and walk you through the donation process.

  • You will then be contacted within 24 hours of the next business day to arrange for your free vehicle pick-up. We can tow most vehicles, from anywhere in South Carolina, all at no cost to you!

  • Finally, you will receive a tax-deductible receipt in the mail. Save this receipt to make a deduction from your taxes at the end of the year.