Sunday was Mother’s Day and we offered 4 tickets to the Mets game for our favorite comment on this Kars4Kids Facebook post.
Born in 1918! Imagine the baseball history she has seen!
So off they went on Mother’s Day to watch the Mets lose to the Pirates 3 – 2 at Citi Field
But they had a great time:
Aren’t they just adorable?!
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Our summer camp “TheZone” recently welcomed a new addition, a stunningly gorgeous pony.
It’s a boy pony, (what is the correct term for boy pony?), and it’s already worked it’s way into our hearts.
Born to Brownie this past Wednesday, he needs a name! Can you help us?
He does have a distinctive white spot on his side, some have suggested it looks like a thumbs up or the profile of a bunny.
Every donation we receive is special, but some are even more touching.
Like this red 1987 Porsche 944.
A beautiful car that is no longer running, this donation was special before the the donor made one final comment.
“It was my brother Johns car but he recently passed away…”
RIP John. You are helping others even after you’ve gone.
Kars4Kids of course.
We were so surprised recently to receive a delivery van from none other than FedEx.
Perhaps we should change our slogan to “When it absolutely, positively has to be picked up next day”
More cool car donations can be found on the Kars4Kids Garage.
A few months back we sent out an email asking our amazing, stupendously wonderful donors to tell us how the process was and to submit a review.
The response was overwhelming as well as almost all positive (and we’re acting on the negative reviews as well so that next time it’s %100 positive).
At the time we offered a chance to win a $500 Amazon gift card, and today we’ve picked a winner.
We are so excited to announce that Adeswara Rao Yasoda of Massachusetts was randomly selected as the winner of the sweepstakes.
In 2011 Yasoda donated the 1995 Toyota Camry you see below to help fund the educational initiatives of Kars4Kids. The beige coupe with 160000 miles on it was not in running conditions. When donating the vehicle Yasoda explained that one of the cars cylinders had broken and ruined the entire engine. Even so, the Camry was sold for $650, entitling him to a large tax deduction and providing much needed assistance to the children and families that are assisted by the Kars4Kids car donation program.
Adeswara’s review of the charity was positive and beautiful, and is presented here withoutediting; “I love the way you work, and passion for kids. Infact its awesome idea. My kudos to teamwork. This helps the needful kids.”
Heartfelt and touching.
We appreciate it, and we appreciate you Adeswara.
Thanks and congrats!