Marlboro, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/04/2018 -- The costs associated with children's cancer and other debilitative diseases can do more than add unnecessary worry to already stressed-out parents. It can even cause families to lose access to basic utilities, or even worse, cause them to be evicted, leaving them homeless and helpless.
To help these desperate families in dire situations, American Children's Society provides their emergency assistance to help defray the financial costs and emotional toll of caring for a sick child, through car donations from Monmouth County, NJ.
With this emergency assistance program, families can receive transportation to and from medical treatments and doctor appointments, referrals for support, and perhaps most importantly, financial assistance for housing and other basic human needs like water, electricity, heat, and repaying mounting insurance and their medical bills.
At American Children's Society, their years of experience and access to resources is what allows them to fulfill their mission of providing assistance to children and families in need. But they rely on community support to accomplish this.
And aside from the volunteers, sponsorships and financial contributions that are so crucial to this organization, they also rely heavily on car donations. While not only provide affordable transportation options for getting sick children to medical appointments, the proceeds from car donations help to further the mission of helping sick children and their families find relief.
American Children's Society features a dedicated team to answer questions about donating your car, boat, or RV in Ocean County, NJ. For more questions on donating a vehicle, call 888-776-4038 or fill out this online form.
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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