Donate Your Car to IDA
Is it time for you to get rid of that older car? Now, your used vehicle can help support IDA's vital work and outreach to remediate dyslexia!
IDA's National Car Donation Program is a charitable contribution plan that enables you to turn in your used car, van or truck and know that the proceeds from the sale of your vehicle will support dyslexia awareness, outreach and remediation--at a national level as well as activities and outreach directly at the Branch level right in your own community.
IDA has partnered with IAA/Auto-Donation.com, one of the largest and most well-respected charity auction organizations to help us manage our vehicle donation program. We can accept most vehicles whether they run or not. We'll arrange to have your vehicle picked up free of charge. You may be eligible to receive a charitable contribution tax deduction on your itemized Federal tax return and IDA receives up to 80% of the proceeds toward our mission!
Is my vehicle eligible to donate?
You must hold clear title to the vehicle.
Your vehicle should be towable and in a location accessible by a tow truck.
- Vehicles must have an engine (running or not), no missing key parts and inflated tires are preferred.
Your vehicle can be picked up as quickly as 24-72 hours after our receipt of your title.
What information do I need?
The year, make and model of your vehicle.
The approximate mileage and general condition of the vehicle.
Your vehicle identification number (VIN). (From your title or registration).
Is my vehicle donation to IDA tax deductible?
IDA is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, so your donation may be tax-deductible. IRS regulations permit taxpayers who itemize to deduct $500 or the gross selling price of the vehicle received by the charity.
How do I get started?
Click the Donate Now! link and review the online donation form or,
- Call our IDA National Car Donation toll-free number, (800) 456-5517 for more information.
We will contact you to pick up your vehicle FREE OF CHARGE
IDA will send you a letter acknowledging your donation and after the sale, a receipt of your donation including the gross selling price to use for tax purposes.