Marlboro, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/03/2017 -- Local residents who are looking to ditch their old clunker are turning to a surprising source to donate a car in NJ: the American Children's Society, Inc. Residents who want to see their old car go to a good cause are donating to the American Children's Society, Inc. because they know that their old vehicle will be used to help children suffering from childhood cancer.
For years, the American Children's Society, Inc. has been providing a host of services to children's' families while their child undergoes treatment for their cancer. The American Children's Society, Inc. assists with seemingly endless medical bills by providing financial support to families undergoing treatment, and even assist in transportation to and from doctors and hospital appointments. They help to provide a therapist for children who are living in inpatient care, a great asset to the psychological burden that many diseases bring.
During the holidays, the American Children's Society, Inc. does even more to help families in need by providing dinners to patients and their families and by distributing gifts to children in need. Many families would not be able to afford their child's cancer treatment were it not for the American Children's Society, and every car donated to them helps to further their mission of eliminating childhood cancer.
Residents looking to donate a car in New Jersey while helping out a great cause are encouraged to call the American Children's Society, Inc. at 888-776-4038 or visit them online at http://www.childrenscharities.com to learn more about the donation process and how they are helping families in need.
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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