Wondering what to do with that old car? Are you purchasing a new car and wondering what to do with the old one? Is your back yard full of unwanted vehicles? Do you have a piece of unusable farm machinery on the back lot of your farm?
Look no further…consider gifting these items to the Rockingham County Literacy Project, who can turn around and use them to raise needed funds for its worthy cause.
It is a simple thing to do. Just call Jean Light Kinyon at the Literacy Project (336.627.0007), and she will make arrangements to have the item picked up. A receipt for the item will be issued, on which you can list the market value, which can be used as a donation for income tax purposes.
The Rockingham County Literacy Project has been dedicated to helping adults in the county learn to read better for 34 years. Started in the Rockingham County Public Library as a one-on-one program using volunteers to sit with people and help them learn reading skills that they had never accomplished, it has evolved into a program that still does that, but also offers classes in writing, math, GED® preparation, and English as a Second Language. Funding for this program has been challenging in past years. You can help by donating your used vehicle to the program.
Titles are not needed for vehicles more than 10 years old.
For donations, questions, or more information, please contact Jean Light Kinyon at 336.627.0007 or email@example.com.