Your used car can help 'drive' our work!
Do you have an old car sitting in your driveway? A truck that doesn't run? Maybe you're just looking for an excuse to buy a hybrid?
You are in luck: the NC Conservation Network will take that car off your hands - and use the proceeds to support our work of protecting North Carolina's air, water, and quality of life. You can donate your car, whether it runs or not, to help 'drive' our work!
Donating your used car is an easy way to support the NC Conservation Network and our efforts to protect North Carolina's environment. With just one phone call, you can put your old car to good use and help us address North Carolina's water management issues, improve the state's transportation spending, and urge gubernatorial candidates to oppose new coal power plants.
To donate your car, just call 877-857-NCCN (6226). To find out more, click here.
Don't have a car to donate? You can still make a gift to the NC Conservation Network or sign up to be a recurring donor.
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