Donate Your Vehicle

You can HELP the HUNGRY with a Vehicle Donation!

Donate your used car, van, truck, boat with a trailer, or recreational vehicle to Manna on Main Street, seven days a week, 24 hours a day! Manna will receive the auction proceeds from your donation and you will receive a tax deduction for your generous gift.

Manna partners with the Melwood Charity Car Donation Center, a division of the non-profit, Melwood, which serves individuals with disabilities through employment, job training, life skill improvement, and supportive and recreational services.

Melwood accepts any vehicles regardless of age and condition!
To get started, please click here to complete the online donation form.


Would you prefer to speak to a person? Please call this toll free number, 1-855-88-MANNA (1-855-886-2662), with the year, make and model of your vehicle, the general condition, the vehicle identification number, and title and Melwood will handle the rest. Their friendly operators are glad to answer your questions! They will arrange a convenient time for free auto towing and mail your required tax form documentation within four to six weeks.

Tax Deduction Information
Vehicle donations made to Manna on Main Street are tax deductible. The best practice is to consult with a tax professional on how to maximize your tax deduction since every car donation and tax situation is unique. In general, the IRS limits the tax deduction to the gross proceeds from the sale of the car, truck, or other vehicle. Charitable contributions must be itemized on Schedule A of Form 1040 to qualify. If the gross proceeds exceed $500, Form 1098C “Contributions of Motor Vehicles, Boats, and Airplanes” and Form 8283 “Noncash Charitable Contributions,” must also be completed and attached.  Forms 1098C and 8283 are required to be provided to the donor within 30 days of the sale of the vehicle.

To learn more on what the donors’ responsibilities are prior to making a car donation, please consult the “Donor´s Guide to Vehicle Donations” found in IRS Publication 4303. The file may be read with Adobe Reader.