Here are some of our favorite charities located in cities nearby Charlotte, NC. We have made sure each of them are eligible for tax deductions when you help your local community by donating your car. Your values and choice can make a difference.
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Birds of prey conservation, rehabilitation, and education
Mission:Carolina Raptor Center (CRC) is dedicated to the conservation of raptors.Vision Statement:1) To promote environmental stewardship through education about our environment, the role raptors play in our ecosystem, and sustainable habitats that support animals and humans alike?2) To build on CRC's reputation as a leading rehabilitation center to become recognized as a center of excellence for our care of, and success at releasing, injured and orphaned raptors back into the wild and for developing state-of-the-art avian medicine techniques.3) To leverage a growing database on raptors, and growing networks in the scientific community, into research that advances our knowledge of raptor biology, behavior and treatment, as well as the environmental health of our world in general.4) To build on CRC's program, fiduciary and governance practices to become broadly recognized as a center of excellence in all of our organizational operations.
Your NPR news source
Founded in 1981 as part of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, today WFAE 90.7fm is an independent, public radio station. WFAE is the National Public Radio and Public Radio International affiliate station serving Charlotte and the Central Piedmont area. The station's signal reaches 22 counties in North and South Carolina, and, together with sister station WFHE 90.3fm in nearby Hickory, provides this region with news and entertainment programming. Our broadcast schedule includes a wide range of programs from NPR, the BBC and Public Radio International as well as local news and talk shows about issues that are important to the community.
Connecting families, sustaining tradition
The Foundation of Shalom Park provides social, educational, athletic and recreational facilities and programs to allow members of the greater Charlotte Jewish community and others to interact with each other and develop a greater awareness of Judaism and their common heritage. Shalom Park brings together the Charlotte Jewish community's resources on 54 rolling, wooded acres on Providence Road in Charlotte. The Foundation of Shalom Park is responsible for the physical site of this centerpiece of Jewish life in the Carolinas. Shalom Park is undertaking a $30 million expansion project, which will bring a host of new facilities for the use of the Jewish and Greater Charlotte communities.
A Pi Kappa Phi philanthropy
The Ability Experience, formerly Push America, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves people with disabilities. The Ability Experience was founded in 1977 as the national philanthropy of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity with the purpose of instilling lifelong service in its members and enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities. Although the organization is still fulfilling the purpose for which it was intended, The Ability Experience has grown into a nationally recognized nonprofit with numerous programs educating undergraduates, alumni and communities about the abilities of people with disabilities.