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Giveacar

We have been working with Giveacar since 2011 and have received over £30,000 from old cars you have donated.

Giveacar provides a FREE service which is available throughout the UK.

Scrapping your car has never been so easy

  • They will arrange a convenient time to collect your vehicle.
  • Depending on its age and condition, they will either send it for environmentally safe disposal and recycling at an Authorised Treatment Facility, or to a salvage auction.
  • Giveacar will donate the proceeds to help fund our life-saving work.
  • You will receive a receipt from both Giveacar and Children with Cancer UK.

To arrange the collection of your old car
Please call Giveacar on 0207 736 4242 or visit their website at www.giveacar.co.uk to find out more about donating the proceeds from scrapping your old car to us.

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About Giveacar

Giveacar is a not-for-profit social enterprise that turns old cars into cash for any UK charity. Donated cars are collected, scrapped or auctioned and proceeds are paid to the donor’s chosen charity.

The UK’s first car donation scheme, Giveacar has won several awards and has now supported over 1,500 charities with the money raised from old cars. Using a nationwide network of breakers yards and salvage partners, they have handled the auction and disposal of over 22,000 vehicles, so they know how to raise the best donation possible whether your car is in perfect condition or not.

Visit giveacar.co.uk
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