How to Donate a Vehicle or Boat

We make donating your vehicle easy!

  1. Simply fill out the online form below and a friendly Donor Service Representative will call you back within 24 hours to complete the donation.  
  2. Or call 855-3-KIDNEY (855-354-3639) to speak with a live agent to begin the donation process.
  3. We will pick up your vehicle at no cost to you. Most vehicles can be picked up within 72 hours of completing your donation. It’s that easy!

Hours of Operation
5:00am - 7:00pm (PST), Mon - Fri
6:00am - 5:00pm (PST), Saturday
8:00am - 4:30pm (PST), Sunday

Vehicle Donation Requirements

There are only two main requirements for donating a vehicle:

  1.     A clear title
  2.     The vehicle is tow truck accessible

If you have any questions about whether your vehicle qualifies for donation, please give us a call at 855-3-KIDNEY (855-354-3639)

Schedule the vehicle pickup

Once you have submitted all the information needed, we’ll schedule the vehicle pick-up at no cost to you. In most cases, you will be contacted within 2-3 business days to set a convenient appointment time for the pick-up. Please let us know if a rush pick-up is needed.

Please wait to sign the title transfer until the tow vendor arrives. They will provide guidance to make sure everything is completed correctly. Once your vehicle has been picked up, the tow operator will provide a donation receipt which will act as a tax receipt if your vehicle sells for less than $500. If your vehicle donation sells for more than $500, an IRS Form 1098-C will be provided as well.

Please be sure to remove all personal belongings from the vehicle. If your vehicle is titled in Arizona you will remove the license plate and keep it with you.

How to donate a boat

Looking to make a whale of a donation? All vehicles with a key are considered! You can donate your boat, jet ski, yacht, airplane, tractor, motorhome and more! Specialty items may require additional evaluation, so you may be asked to send in pictures. Donating a boat is a great way to support the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona.