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Give your car to raise funds


Did you know you can get rid of your unwanted car and raise money for British Wireless for the Blind Fund?

Give a car
Give a car

If you’ve got an old car taking up space you can now use it to help raise money for British Wireless for the Blind Fund.

We’ve teamed up with Give A Car, which fundraises for charity by collecting people’s unwanted vehicles, including motorbikes.

They are picked up free of charge at a time to suit you and then scrapped in an environmentally friendly way or sold at auction. 

If you pick us as your chosen charity, a donation from the proceeds will be made to us.

Give A Car can pick up vehicles from around the UK within seven days of you contacting them.

If you would like to find out more about the scheme, visit the Give A Car website here or call 020 0011 1664.

To donate your scrap car and raise funds for us, please fill in the online form.

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