Donate Vehicles To The NRA Foundation

posted on December 14, 2015

The National Rifle Association has announced a partnership with Copart, an online live vehicle auction platform, to raise funds for The NRA Foundation. 

Through the partnership, NRA supporters can donate an old or unneeded car, van, truck, boat, RV, trailer, personal watercraft, snowmobile, motorcycle or other vehicle (in any condition) to The NRA Foundation, and it will be auctioned on the Copart site. The NRA Foundation then receives a portion of the profits from the auction. 

To facilitate end-of-year giving for tax purposes, supporters can begin making their tax-deductible donation of vehicles today. The first car donated to The NRA Foundation is scheduled to be auctioned on Dec. 21, and the campaign will run through 2016. To make a donation, click here or call 1-866-NRA-GIFT.

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