Goodwill Industries of Southwestern Pennsylvania started in Pittsburgh in 1919. They currently serve southwestern Pennsylvania and north central West Virginia, helping people with jobs, clothes, cars and in other ways as well. They need donations, though, to be able to help people. That’s where you come in.
In Southwestern Pennsylvania, Goodwill Industries has over 20 regional stores and other businesses to bring in revenue to help support their local programs. To operate these stores and to bring in the revenue to support their programs for the less fortunate, they need donations – everything from clothes to couches to cars.
Like other Goodwill Industries locations around the county, Pennsylvania needs help. Donating a car will not only help you (by clearing out your garage and giving you a possible tax deduction), but it also helps people in the local community. Whether you live in Pennsylvania or somewhere else, Charity Dispatch can help you with the process of donating your car, an important part to Goodwill Industries in Pennsylvania.
The Goodwill Auto Auction is located at 75 Billot Ave, just off Route 30 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Every Tuesday a new car auction is held. The car you donate may end up in the auction, made available to someone who could really use it. Not all Goodwill Industries locations have an auto auction, but the one in Pennsylvania has helped a lot of people over the years.
Sometimes it’s all about building community. You might not think that donating your old car could help build community, but organizations like Goodwill Industries and Charity Dispatch can use your car or vehicle donation to help people. They need someone to donate, though – cars, clothes, couches – whatever. Goodwill Industries in Southwestern Pennsylvania uses the donations to help people better their lives.