Goodwill Vehicle Donations is currently accepting vehicle donations. Your health and safety are of utmost importance to us. To donate, call 866-233-8586 or fill out the form below. To learn what actions we are taking to ensure you are protected when you donate a vehicle to Goodwill Vehicle Donations, please click here.

What to Look for When Buying a Used Car

After you donate your vehicle to Goodwill, you will probably be in the market for a new or used car. Buying a used car can be a great option for people looking to get a good deal on a vehicle; however, buying a used car can be tricky. Here are some tips for you to… Read more

Bad Transmission

People donate vehicle to Goodwill for many different reasons such as a broken timing chain or a blown head gasket. Another common reason to donate a car to Goodwill is a bad transmission. The transmission is the mechanism in a vehicle that facilitates gear shifting. There are 2 main types of transmissions: manual and automatic. The… Read more

Share a Smile Campaign

Donating a vehicle is a great way to help support Goodwill’s work in the community. There are also several other great ways to support Goodwill, such donating clothing or shopping at one of their many thrift stores located in the Washington DC Metro Area. Goodwill’s thrift stores are full of bargains on gently used clothing… Read more

Donate Your Car and Buy a Safer One

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were more than 30,000 deaths resulting from motor vehicle crashes in 2010 and an additional 2.24 million people were injured. Vehicles are becoming much safer as with more vigorous safety standards and new technology such as airbags and shatter-proof glass. However, driving can still be very… Read more

Broken Timing Chain

In addition to a blown head gasket, there are many other major car problems that make donating a car the best options for an owner. For example, many donors donate their vehicle to Goodwill when they find out that the car has a broken timing chain or timing belt. The timing chain is the part of… Read more