Marlboro, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/05/2017 -- American Children's Society, Inc., a non-profit organization based out of New Jersey, is now offering a free seven-night vacation for a donation of a car, boat or RV. American Children's Society uses vehicle donations to raise money for various children's charities. Their 501(c) (3) provides free towing, including same-day services.
"We decided on offering the promotion of the seven-day, seven-night vacation because the people who donate genuinely deserve it," said Jeff Lloyd of American Children's Society, Inc. "The people who are gracious enough to donate an old car they don't use much anymore deserve a vacation. In a world where being nice doesn't get you far, it's nice to give back to people for an act of kindness whenever you can; that's why we're offering this promotion."
Aside from the free vacation, donors are also able to deduct the cost of the car from their taxes. With other car donation programs in New Jersey, donors have to wait until the car sells to know the amount of their tax deduction. With the American Children's Society, the amount of a deduction is given to donors before they even hang up the phone. Donating a car to the American Children's Society eliminates all of the hassles of trying to sell a car.
Interested parties who would like to donate a car in New Jersey, for more information on the new tax laws can, or for more information on the free vacation can call 888-776-4038 24 hours a day or visit http://www.childrenscharities.com/ for more information on the entire process.
About American Children's Society, Inc.
American Children's Society, Inc. provides financial assistance to families of sick and impoverished children to assist with medical, household and funeral-related expenses. The organization also supplies low-no cost vehicles to those in need of inexpensive transportation.
For more information, visit http://childrenscharities.com.
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