We always appreciate vehicle donations. We not only accept car donations, but we also can accept boat donations, motorcycles, campers, ATVs and trailers.  Vehicles are accepted in any condition (running or not). We will pick up your automobile donation for free within our six county service area.  Car donations offer you a unique way to help your community. The proceeds from the sale of donated vehicles help support our transitional housing program.  Donate your car and change someone’s life.

Staff Contact Person:
George Tolbert at (615) 242-0411 or George.Tolbert@uss.salvationarmy.org

The Salvation Army Nashville accepts auto, boat, motorcycle, camper, ATV and trailer donations from the following Middle Tennessee counties: Davidson, Sumner, Cheatham, Williamson, Dickson, and Hickman counties.

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For donations in Rutherford County, please contact the Murfreesboro chapter of the Salvation Army at (615) 895-7071.

For donations in Wilson County, please contact the Lebanon chapter of the Salvation Army at (615) 449-3495.

 

Car Donation Process:

 

 

To start the car donation process, please call us at (615) 242-0411.

After initial contact, transfer the Vehicle Title to The Salvation Army (the original copy is needed). Additionally, complete these forms below.

Affidavit Form
Car Donation Form

 

Submit the original Title, Affidavit Form, and Car Donation Form to:

The Salvation Army
P.O. Box 78625
Nashville, TN 37207

Residents of Davidson, Sumner, Cheatham, Williamson, Dickson, and Hickman counties can use the telephone number or email address below to arrange free pick-up of their donation.

Phone: (615) 242-0411
Email: George.Tolbert@uss.salvationarmy.org

 

Get Tax Receipt when we sell your car and feel great knowing you helped change a life!

 

Still have questions? Visit our FAQ

 

Whose Life Will Your Donation Transform?
The proceeds from the sale of donated vehicles help support The Salvation Army’s transitional housing program.  Participants are highly motivated individuals who are tired of being homeless, and have been drug and alcohol-free for at least 30 days.  The goal of this transitional program is for residents to become self-sufficient and move into permanent housing.  In order to achieve the permanent housing goal, residents will engage in opportunities to improve life skills, job skills, education, money management, and emotional health.  For more information on our program click here.