Donate your vehicle to Heritage for the Blind of Los Angeles

Donate your Vehicle in Los Angeles

Call 310-742-8268 to donate today and receive:

Free Pick-Up!
Free Pick Up!

Free pick up nationwide, we pick up the vehicle hassle free with no fees in all 50 States. Our agents will assist you..

Tax-Deductible!
Tax-Deductible!

Your donation is tax-deductible, the maximum you can claim is $500 unless your vehicle is auctioned for more!

A gift for you!
A gift for you!

As a thank you for inquiring about our vehicle donation program, we offer a free 2 day 3 night hotel stay voucher..

Title Guide for Donating a Vehicle to Heritage for the Blind of Los Angeles, California
About us

Thank you for your interest in Heritage for the Blind. We are a non-profit organization whose goal is to help enable the blind and visually impaired to become independent and to participate fully in society. We are a 501(c)(3) organization, listed in the Cumulative List of Tax-Exempt Organizations Serving the Blind & Visually Impaired in the United States.

By supporting our organization with your vehicle donation, you will enable us to continue to work on our numerous projects. For example, your generous support will allow us to continue with our:

  • Medical Alert Service for the visually impaired
  • Free Benefit Search program
  • Free publication and distribution of Braille and large-print materials
  • Self Help For Vision Loss Resource Website.

Instead of trying to sell a used car or pay to have it hauled away, donate it! You receive a significant fair market value tax deduction for your car donation in Los Angeles, which will benefit you a lot more than the low amount that a used car salesman will likely offer you. Plus, you can feel great about the difference you’ll be making for people in California. The entire process to donate a vehicle in Los Angeles is rather quick and painless. In about 48 hours or so, you can have your car towed free! Heritage for the Blind will pick up your car so you don’t have to pay any towing fees. Heritage for the Blind also accepts your Los Angeles RV donations, your boat donations and even your motorcycle donations. And rest assured, even if your car is not operational, we can still use it for fundraising purposes so that the money for it will go to worthwhile causes.

Los Angeles, “The City of Angels”, is a huge city with more than 12 million inhabitants. L.A. is the second most populous city in the United States and is located in the southwestern portion of the country; it is also the fifth most powerful city in the world. This is because it leads in many industries such as entertainment, media, education, fashion, technology, science and sports. The climate in L.A. is a subtropical Mediterranean climate which means that it is mild years round; temperatures vary from the low 60’s to upper 70’s. The city is known for Hollywood and its film industry, including movie studios. It is also a very diverse city, there are people from over 140 different countries residing there and over 224 languages are spoken. 


Visiting Los Angeles’ beaches is a great first stop. There are many different beaches to choose from and typically have perfect weather. These beaches are very unique and have rock-scapes, cliffs, large dunes and mountain views. Next is Disney Land, part of Walt Disney’s legacy. They have themed attractions that are also classics like “It’s a Small World”, Alice in Wonderland, the Mad Tea Party, and Thunder Mountain. There are lots of other rides and roller coasters, however, to the roller coaster aficionado, they may be considered a bit mild. At Disney Land, you will find a plethora of entertainment. This includes a brilliant nightly fireworks display, the World of Color and the ESPN Sports Arena. Knott’s Berry Farm is another theme park that started as a simple berry farm in Anaheim.  They have lots of different rides such as water slides, family & kid friendly rides and thrill rides/roller coasters. Some of the additional entertainment that they offer are cowboy themed shows and shows that exhibit Native American culture, like traditional dancing. There are also a lot of places to eat there. There are chain restaurants like T.G.I.F.’s and Cinnabon as well as Knott’s themed dining, hot dogs and candy shops. Some fun free things to do in the city can be getting a photo opt as close as you can to the Hollywood sign, finding fossils at La Brea tar pits and checking out the LA Farmer’s Market.

Heritage for the Blind is a service that offers resources to individuals who are blind, partially sighted and their families. Vision protection is very important and HFTB offer lots of tips for keeping eyes at their prime. Tips like wearing sunglasses, smoking cessation, better eating habits and more are suggested. They also offer education and self-help guides for all of those looking to learn more about eye disorders. The education that they offer is to help strengthen computer skills in programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and how to use Window’s Operating Systems. To participate, you must first enroll, after which, HFTB will contact you with more details about their program. The information that they provide about eye disorders and diseases includes diagrams and facts on specific diseases like cataracts, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma.

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