Free car programs.
Many low income families need an affordable or free car for work. Non-profit organizations, charities, and government agencies near you may be able to assist an individual with obtaining a car or truck, either a new or used automobile. The programs available and transportation authorized is often provided for free or at a very low cost/interest rate to qualified applicants.
Any car provided needs to used to help find a job or allow someone to keep an existing one. The free vehicles will not be for recreational purposes but rather for employment needs. From time to time some of the non-profits may be able to contribute emergency funds for car repairs as well.
New car or truck programs
The types of assistance will vary by organization. Some will make a low interest auto loan that a client can then use to buy their own car. Others will provide an individual access to a credit counselor or free financial counseling that will lead to the creation of a matched saving account. There are also charities that may just have a used car available that can be given to the family at no cost to them. The terms and conditions of each program will differ.
Many of the groups that provide free cars run charity programs. This can include an organization such as the Salvation Army near you or a local community action agency. Some churches may even have vehicles donated to them, and then they provide the car for free to the low income family. These organizations, and others, will provide a qualified applicant with a used auto that must then be used for employment purposes.
Many studies show that having a car is very important to obtaining self-sufficiency, and that the lack of transportation is a huge barrier to employment opportunities. These non-profit organizations will often focus their programs on rural residents who have few public transportation options. Other groups will provide a car for the unemployed that are close to landing a job or they help low-income or working poor central-city residents without decent transportation. These three groups of people have become more isolated from the American economy due to the lack of affordable and safe transportation, and they need help.
Organizations that provide free cars
Below is a list of agencies to try for a free vehicle. The staff there can show qualified low income families or the working poor how to apply for a auto program. Some of the transportation services may also prioritize single moms or dads that need a free car for a combination of work, school, and childcare. Almost all of the organizations are focused on assisting residents that live in a specific area, such as a state, county, or local municipality, however there may be some exceptions.
1-800-Charity Cars is a national charity organization. It provides free vehicles to a wide array of qualified low income clients and families. Example of beneficiaries include families transitioning from public assistance to a new job or training, Victims of domestic violence, the medically needy, Individuals living in transitional housing units or shelter. There may also be charity cars for veterans, the working poor, and military members or their families.
Action in the Community Through Service (ACTS), PO Box 74, Dumfries Virginia 22026. Supports the Prince William area. Phone 888-392-8278.
Akzo Nobel’s Acoat National Benevolence Program, Akzo Nobel Chemicals Inc., 300 So. Riverside Plaza, Chicago, Illinois, 60606. Phone number 1-888-238-1558
Allegheny County, Community Partnership Services, 6401 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, 866-965-5929. Loans to pay for repairs or a new car, if needed for work. Only for qualified individuals in western Pennsylvania.
ATI serves the five county metropolitan area Minneapolis - St Paul Minnesota. The program known as “Getting There” helps address a local need for both affordable and reliable personal transportation, including cars and trucks. The agency will sell donated vehicles to participants at a pre-established price with the assistance of a low-interest loan.
The Getting There program is also available to income qualified families living in other regions, including Scott, Carver and Dakota Counties who are in need of reliable transportation. Persons in need of a vehicle should contact the CAP Agency at 952-496-2125 if living in Scott or Carver Counties or 952-432-6699 if living in Dakota County Minnesota.
Auto Lease Program (run by Southern. Minneapolis Work Force Center), 777 E. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN, 55407 phone 612-821-4000
Auto-Mission of Evansville, Inc is administered by The Methodist Temple. The address is 2109 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, Indiana 47717 phone 1-800-980-4881
Auto Repair Training, 1329 W. National Avenue, Milwaukee, WI. 53204, 414-671-0251
Auto Technical, Inc. Minnesota phone 1-612-571-3680
Auto Technical Institute, 461 North Wilder Street, St. Paul, MN. 55104, main number is 612-919-5526
Benevolence Program. To donate to the program or more information call (770) 441-8973
Benicia Community Action Council, 480 Military East, Benicia, CA 94510, (707) 745-0900
Bonnie CLAC, 16 Cavendish Court Suite 213, Lebanon, NH. 03766, call (603)-727-7006
Bucks County Pennsylvania, Family Services Association - Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Call 1-215-757-6916
Capital Area Partnership Uplifting People (CAPUP), 1021 Oliver Hill Way, Richmond, VA 23219, Telephone: (804) 788-0050 x18
CareerScope, One Mall North, 10025 Gov. Warfield Parkway Suite 216, Columbia, MD phone 1-410-992-5042
Schoharie, NY Department of Social Services stresses employment and job searching. Transportation in the form of rides in buses or cars may be available in some limited situations to help clients become self-sufficient. Schoharie NY, phone 1(518)-295-8334
Caring Cars gives automobiles, trucks, and free vehicles to people in the north central Alabama area. The car needs to be used for job transportation. Recipient families are carefully selected and referred by Family Services Center social workers and case managers based on their need, which has to be proved. Although many recipients are already working when they receive a car from Caring Cars, those that aren't currently employed must be working within 30 days of receiving a car. They also need to keep the job, and must remain working for a year to keep it. Dial 256-551-1610
C.A.R. Program C/OT, 1139 Franklin Avenue NE Suite 3, Sauk Rapids MN 56379 phone 1-320-202-7824 or 1-800 909-9339
C.A.R.S. Ministry (Christian Automobile Repair Service), Calvary Christian Reformed Church, 400 Beeline Rd., Holland, Michigan 49424 phone 1-616-844-1148
CARS - Community Action Realizing Success, 54 Margaret Street, Plattsburgh, NY. 12901, dial 518-561-6310
Cars Ministry, St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 10390 SW Canyon Rd., Beaverton, Oregon 97005 Phone 1-503-644-9148
Cars for Careers is a partnership with the Howard County social services organization. It provides cars for low-income and working poor families. Lower interest bank loans with financial institutions and banking partners are arranged to cover the modest cost of each car. Auto insurance partners also help to provide affordable insurance and a limited warranty is provided with each car. Dial 410-418-5310.
- Cars for Careers, Delaware Division of Social Services phone 1-302-577-4880-Ext.117
Cars for Christmas, Kansas City, Missouri dial -816-897-0621
Cars 4 Christmas, P.O. Box 518, Belton, MS 64012, 913-643-1491
Cars for Families, 375 W. 37th Street #150, Loveland, CO 80538. This is only for people in Larimer County and is very limited.
Cars for Success was created help low income women transition from public welfare to work by providing essential transportation. Married and single women are referred to the Cars for Success program by a number of charities as well as diverse non-profit organizations and agencies, which include welfare agencies, homeless and domestic violence shelters, and job training programs. 973-728-7835
Cars for Colorado is a non-profit organization that accepts and then refurbishes donated cars and auctions them off to the needy. The net proceeds can be donated to CFS if you designate us as the recipient.
Cars for Work. Mecklenburg County DSS may arrange for transportation or offer referrals as part of Work First. This is only for residents enrolled into Work First. 301 Billingsley Rd., Charlotte, NC 28211, phone (704) 336-3150.
Catholic Charities 3838 Cathedral Lane, Arlington, Virginia 22203 phone 1-703-841-2531
Central Vermont Community Action Council (CVCAC), 195 US Route 302-Berlin, Barre, VT 05670, Telephone: (802) 479-1053
Charity Cars, 105 W SR 436 Suite 2064, Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714 main phone 1-888-558-4122
Charity Motors, Inc., 10431 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI 48204, Telephone - (313)9334000/ (888)908CARS
Chestatee-Chattahoochee RC&D Council, 170 Scoggins Drive, Demorest, GA 30535, phone 706-776-9675
Chicago Uptown Ministry, 4720 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60640, call (800) 363-5237
Citrus Cars of Polk County, Inc. will help address the transportation needs of people who are going off of welfare and who need to find work. Qualified residents can lease a good used car for as low as $30 per month. All participants will be required to retain employment or attend job training. They also need to pay for automobile insurance. After two years of successful participation in the program they will gain free and clear ownership of the car. To qualify, residents must apply at one of Polk Works' One-Stop Career Centers in Lake Wales, Lakeland, and Winter Haven Florida. They will also need to meet income requirements and prove their hardship and that not having a reliable car is a barrier to getting a job. Call 863-683-5627 ext. 130
City of San Antonio Department of Community Initiatives, 1325 N. Flores # 114, San Antonio, TX 78212, Telephone: 210-207-2836
Community Action of Greene County, 2 Franklin St, Catskill, NY 12414, phone: 518-943-9205
Community Action Partnership of Ramsey and Washington Counties, 450 Syndicate Street North, St Paul, MN. 55104, 6516035894
Community Action, Inc., 200 W. Milwaukee St., Janesville, Wisconsin 53548, dial 608-755-2491
Community Auto, Inc., 11490 Perry Highway STE 7, Wexford, Pennsylvania 15090, call 724-443-8300
Community Emergency Assistance Program, Inc (CEAP), 6840 78th Ave N, Brooklyn Park, MN. 55445, call the agency at 763-450-3675
Community Work & Independence Inc., P.O. Box 303, Glens Falls, NY. 12804, telephone: (518) 792-7548 x135
Community Auto Repository (C.A.R.) The Cooperative Ministry, 1928 Taylor St., Columbia, SC 29202 phone 1-803-799-3853
Community Auto Repair and Redistribution Service (CARS) Minneapolis, MN 1-952-881-1115
Contra Costa County California Employment & Human Services, 40 Douglas Dr., Martinez, CA 94553, dial (925) 313-1735
Couleecap, 212 Airport Plaza, Viroqua, WI. 54665, call 608-637-6790
Couleecap: Work-n-Wheels, 201 Melby St., Westby, WI. 54667, telephone 608-637-6790
Delaware Opportunities, 35430 State Highway 10, Hamden, NY. 13782, main number (607) 746-1605
Dignity Project Auto Club, 1125 SE. 4th St., Suite B, Gainesville, Fl. 32608 phone 1-5352-371-6792
Donated Used Vehicles, Illinois, phone 1-312-793-2342
Dutchess BOCES, 5 BOCES Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, dial (845) 486-4405
Chautauqua County - The local Department of Social Service office may have referrals.
ECDC Enterprise Development Group, 901 S. Highland St., Arlington, VA. 22204, dial 703-685-0510
Education & Assistance Corporation (EAC, Inc.), 3505 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite M, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779, call (631) 648-7100 x219
Emmanuel, 408 E. 23 St., Bryan TX 77803, phone 1-409-822-0441
Esperanza Unida’s Vehicle Donation Program, 1329 W. National Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53204 phone 1-414-671-0251
Family Assets for Independence in Minnesota, 411 Industrial Park Boulevard, Elbow Lake, MN 56531, 218-685-4486 x.137
Family Service of Central Indiana, Inc., 615 North Alabama Street Ste.320, Indianapolis, IN. 46204, Telephone: (317) 634-6341 x236
First Wheels is offered statewide in Tennessee. It is an assistance program of the Tennessee Resource Conservation and Development Council which provides zero percent interest, no down payment car loans. The funds need to be used to buy used cars to eligible Families First participants when lack of transportation is a barrier to either finding or keeping a job. 615-313-5758
Fond du Lac Gift of Wheels Program (GOW) is a partnership of private and public non-profit agencies working together to address transportation needs of disabled and low income individuals. Donations of quality used cars, trucks, and vehicles are solicited from the general community. Once the vehicle is repaired as part of the GOW program, it is inspected by the Wisconsin State Patrol and it will be issued a certificate of road worthiness. Eligible participants are charged the cost of any needed car repairs plus a 20% mark up to cover program costs. 920-923-3810
Free To Be, Inc., 1201-89th Avenue East, STE 230, Blaine, MN 55434, call 763.717.7755
Freedom Ranch Prison Ministries, 4455 camp Bowie Blvd., #114-59, Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Garrett County Community Action, 104 East Center Street, Oakland, MD. 21550, primary telephone: (888) 877-8043
Genesee County Department of Social Services, 5130 E Main St Ste 3, Batavia, NY 14020, 585-344-8502
Getting There Program In Minnesota, 712 Canterbury Road So., Shakopee, Minnesota 55379 phone 1-952-496-2125
Giziibii Resource Conservation & Development(RC&D) Association, 3217 Bimidji Ave. No., Bimidji, Minnesota 56601 Phone 1-218-751-1942, Ex.5
Gifts from God, PO Box 1300, Osprey, Fl. 34229 Phone 1-941-485-4707
Good Neighbor Garage, 4455 East 46th Ave, Denver, CO 80216, main telephone: 720-941-5897
Good News Garage - Operates car donation programs in New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Good News Garage is an assistance program created by Lutheran Social Services. The organizations is one of the first nonprofit car donation services that was created in the U.S. The goal of the Good News Garage is to provide reliable and affordable transportation options for low income and working poor people in need. Thousands of people have received free or low cost cars from the non-profit.
The non-profit Good News Garage organization also repairs as many donated cars and trucks as possible in order to provide them to low-income individuals who need the transportation. All of the vehicles need to be used in order to gain access to medical facilities, employment, shopping, job training or school.
- Good News Garage, 1 Main St., Ste.214, Burlington, Vermont 05401 Phone 1-877-448-3288
- Good News Garage Massachusetts, 630 Main St. Ste.2, Sturbridge, Ma 01566 Phone 1-508-347-1277
- Good News Garage Hampshire, 325 Merrill St., Manchester, NH 03103 phone 1-603-669-6937
- Good News Garage Connecticut, 3580 Main St., Hartford, Ct. 06120 Phone 1-860-566-5774
Good News Mountaineer Garage provides quality cars to people in West Virginia and surrounding states. The non-profit, which is based in Charleston, WV, repairs about 70% of the cars it receives. The typical car a Good News participant received is 10 to 12 years old and has about 100,000 miles on the odometer.
Good News Mountaineer Garage, 128 Tower Lane PO Box 998, Morgantown, WV 26507, dial 304 296 8445
- Good News Mountaineer Garage, 221 1/2 Hale St., Charleston, WV 25003, call 304-344-8445 OR 866 448-3
Goodwill Arizona Wheels to Work, 1620 E. Polk St., Phoenix, Arizona 85006 phone 1-602-254-2222
Goodwill Arizona Wheels to Work, 4622 W. Indian School Road, Suite D-7, Phoenix, AZ 85031 Phone 1-602-245-9545
Goodwill Arizona Wheels to Work, 1940 E. Silverlake, Suite 308, Tucson, AZ. 85713, phone 1-520-622-7173
Goodwill Arizona Wheels to work, 820 E. Fry Blvd., Sierra vista, Arizona 85635 phone 1-520-459-7026
Goodwill Arizona Wheels to work, 423 N. Florence St. Casa Grande, AZ 85222, phone 1-520-836-0073
Goodwill Arizona Wheels to Work , 813 Hancock Rd., Bullhead city, Arizona 86442 phone 1-520-758-7265
Goodwill Industries of Northern New England, 243 Leighton Road, Augusta, ME 04330, dial 207 626-0170 Ext 233
IDA Program, 1551 23rd Avenue, Oakland, CA 94606, 510-533-8850
Independence Through Transportation Program, 14th Floor, John H. Mulroy Civic Center, Syracuse, NY 13202 phone 1-315-435-3516
Interfaith Services of Henrico and Volunteer Services, 8600 Dixon Powers Dr., Richmond, VA 23273 phone 1-804-501-4091
JumpStart / Ideal Auto, 525 Second Ave P.O. Box 308, Glenwood City, WI 54013, dial 715-265-4271 , ex. 328
JumpStart, 1118 Tower Ave., Superior, WI. 54880, 715-392 127
Keys to Success, 3125 Ridge Pike, Eagleville, Pennsylvania 19403, dial 610-630-2111 x263
Keys to Success, 44 West Main St. PO Box 470, Norwich, NY 13815, dial 607-334-7114 x304
Kingdom Cars, York County Christian Women’s Job corp, 434 Museum Rd., Rock Hill, Sc. 29732 phone 1-803-327-6077
Lighthouse Foundation covers the Pennsylvania counties of Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, as well as Mercer only. The Low Income Car Ownership (LICO) Program provides low cost automobiles, often below Kelly Blue Book values. Residents of those counties can dial 724-538-5081.
Lewis County Opportunities, Inc., 8265 State Rte. 812, Lowville, NY 13367, 315-376-8202 ext. 242
Lutheran Social Services of New England, 17 W. Central St., Natick, MA 01780 phone 1-508-650-4406
Michigan Department of Human Services operates a free car program for the counties of Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix, Emmet, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Leelanau and Manistee. Call your social or case worker to apply.
Minnesota’s Family Loan Program, Family Service America phone 1-800-221-3726
Minnesota Valley Action Council, 464 Raintree Rd, Mankato, MN 56001, telephone: 507-345-0446 or 1-800-767
Neighbor-Works Community Garage, St. Francis of Assis Catholic Church, 2150 Frieze Ave., Ann Arbor Michigan 48104
Newgate Education Center, 2900 East Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, MN. 55413, dial (612) 378-0177
New Leaf Services offers eligible individuals transportation. People must be enrolled in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program and be referred by placement staff or case managers. The agency will also fix up cars, provides maintenance and sell them at a lower rate to individuals making welfare-to-work transitions. 404-289-9293
New York State, capital region and also referral are available. The address is 1 Park Place, Suite 200, Albany, NY 12205. Dial 518-724-1821.
North Hills Community Outreach, 1975 Ferguson Road, Allison Park, PA 15101, dial 412-487-6316
NORWESCAP, 350 Marshall Street, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865, Telephone: 908-454-7000 x116
Oconee River RC&D Council, Watkinsville, GA 30677, 706-769-7922
Onondaga Department of Social Services, 677 South Salina Street, Syracuse, NY 13202, call (315) 442-3242
Opportunities for Broome offers emergency services, one of which may be transportation to work or referrals to free car or loan programs. Address is 5 W State St Ste 1, Binghamton, NY 13901-2322, dial 607-723-6493.
Opportunities For Otsego, Inc., 3 West Broadway, Oneonta, NY 13820, 607-433-8049
Opportunity Cars - Over 150 non-profit organizations that have gotten together to provide cars to hard working individuals.
Peach on Wheels Program 624 Green St. N.E., Gainesville, GA 30501 phone 1-770-536-1221
Peninsula Community Foundation, 1700 S. El Camino Real, suite 300, San Mateo, CA 94402 phone 1-650-558-9369
Personal and Family Counseling Services, 1433 Fifth Street N.W., New Philadelphia, OH. 44663, main telephone: (330) 343-8171
Per Scholas, 1231 Lafayette Ave. Bronx, NY 10474 Phone 1-800-877-4068
Project H.O.P.E., 2740 Chrysler, Cape Girardeau, MO. 63701, call 573-271-8366 or 573-335-8708
Project S.H.I.F.T., 3117 N. 16th St., Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85016, dial (602) 263-5741
Rahima Foundation, 1987 Bellomy St., Santa Clara, Ca. 95050 phone 1-408-297-0178
Responsible Rides, 5240 Valley Park Drive, Roanoke, VA. 24019, (540) 527-3532
Rivertown Car Care, Minnesota, phone 1-651-464-2561
Salvation Army, 5045 W. 47th Street, Chicago, Illinois. 60638, dial (877) 601-2769
Salvation Army, 609 W. Dempster St., Des Plaines, IL 60016, (877) 601-2769
The Salvation Army, 1 S. 415 Summit, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181, telephone number (877) 601-2769
The Salvation Army, 1313 Hilltop Avenue, Chicago Heights, Illinois 60411, main telephone: (877) 601-2769
Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council, 40 New St / PO Box 5120, Saratoga, NY 12866, 518-587-3158 x31
SCARP, 143 Madison Avenue Ste 5, Skowhegan, Maine 04976, 207-474-0788
Seneca County Department of Human Services, One DiPronio Dr, Waterloo, NY. 13165, telephone: 315-539-1909
Serve (Securing Emergency Resources Through Voluntary Efforts), 10037 Nokesville Rd., Manassas, Va. 22110. Phone 1-703-368-2979
Sioux Empire Wheels to Work, 805 Pam Road, Sioux Falls, SD 57105, call (605) 941-4318
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul’s Car Donation Program, 210 N. Ave. Suite 21, Los Angeles, California 90031 phone 1-800-97-HELP
Southwest Car Care Center Ministry, 82-573 Indio Blvd. Indio, Ca. 92201 phone 1-760-342-4876
Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program, Inc., 149 N Iowa St, Dodgeville, Wisconsin 53533, dial 608-935-2326 ext 220
St. Croix Valley Christians In Action, PO Box 225, Lake Elmo, MN. 55042, telephone: 651-773-3083
2C8 Corp (Ministry to those in need of a car), 10520 Main St. Fairfax, Virginia 22030 Phone1-703-538-4388
2C8 Transportation Ministry, Falls Church, VA phone 1-703-237-0058
Star of Hope Ministry, 34 Broadway, Paterson, NJ 07505 phone 1-973-742-1222 ext 10
State of Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA) administers the statewide Wheels to Work program. The state will help make automobiles available and affordable for those leaving welfare, the unemployed and people who are trying to find or keep a job. Former and current welfare recipients may call GEFA and be directed to a program manager in order to apply in the appropriate county. Those qualified for a free used car may purchase an automobile with no money down and 0% interest. Phone 404-656-7975
Steuben County Department of Social Services, 3 East Pulteney Square, Bath, NY. 14810, dial (607) 664-2100
The Cooperative Ministry, 3821 West Beltline Boulevard, Columbia, SC. 29204, main telephone: (803) 799-3853 x512
Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs (for disabled individuals), 1 Empire State Plaza, Ste. 1001, Albany, New York 12223 phone 1-518-549-0200
Transportation Resources of Urbana Champaign (TRUC) is a non-profit automobile dealership that both leases and sells vehicles to those in need of transportation. The non-profit also offers routine maintenance clinics, affordable monthly rates on a loan, and credit counseling services to the working poor. Qualified recipients are screened and selected based on need.
TRUC applicants must meet income requirements, be employed, and also have children. To apply, or for more information about benefiting from this program contact the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation at 217-356-1351 or the Urban League of Champaign County 217-363-3333.
United Way of Houston partners with agencies and lenders in Houston as part of the Ways to Work low interest rare car loan program. The intake number is 713-861-4849.
Vehicles for Change covers Northern Virginia, Baltimore City and Carroll County in Maryland, and is growing across the entire state of Maryland. Among other conditions, applicant must be willing to take a 12-month loan to pay for the car. Fees for the program range from $700 to $900 per car and the monthly payment is only $65 to $89 per month. Recipients are guaranteed loans without regard to their past credit history. All applications for Vehicles for Change must be submitted through a sponsoring non-profit agency. For a list of sponsoring agencies you can apply at, dial 410-540-9023.
Ways to Work Inc., 10455 White Granite Drive, Oakton, Virginia 22124, 703-219-2144
Ways to Work Inc., 1212 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD. 21213, Telephone: (410) 534-1366
Ways to Work Inc., 1515 Avenue J, Council Bluffs, IA 51501, main telephone: (712) 435-5368
Ways to Work Inc., 1639 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida 32207, dial (904) 396-8116
Ways to Work Inc., 1808 SE Belmont Street, Portland, OR. 97214, main telephone: (503) 232-0007 x. 101
Ways to Work Inc., 1810 Appleton Road, Menasha, WI. 54952, main phone (920) 739-4226 x210
Ways to Work Inc., 2101 S. 42nd Street, Omaha, NE. 68105-2909, Telephone: (402) 553-3000
Ways to Work Inc., 212 E. Exchange Street, Akron, OH 44304, (330) 376-9494 x 214
Ways to Work Inc., 24 Second Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94401, main telephone: (650) 403-4300
Ways to Work Inc., 2600 Memorial Ave Ste 201, Lynchburg, Virginia 24501, dial (434) 845-2986 x 231
Ways to Work Inc., 2902 Goliad Road, Ste. 102, San Antonio, Texas 78223, dial (210) 924-8581 x5517
Ways to Work Inc., 300 Crooks Street, PO Box 22308, Green Bay, WI. 54305, dial (920) 436-4360 x1397
Ways to Work Inc., 312 Waller Mill Dr., Ste. 500, Williamsburg, VA. 23187, call (757) 258-5022
Ways to Work Inc., 4041 N. Richards Street, Milwaukee, WI. 53212-1232, dial (414) 906-2822
Ways to Work Inc., 4540 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy. Building D Ste. B-220, Lafayette, LA 70508, (337) 981-2180
Ways to Work Inc., 4625 Lillian Street, Houston, Texas 77007, main telephone: (713) 867-7774
Ways to Work Inc., 4727 Revere Ave, Baton Rouge, LA. 70808, Telephone: (225) 924-0123 x252
Ways to Work Inc., 579 Main Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360, primary phone (570) 424-1616
Ways to Work Inc., 624 Market Avenue North, Canton, Ohio 44702, main telephone: (330) 454-7066 ext 318
Ways to Work Inc., 6401 Penn Avenue, 2nd floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, (412) 661-1670 x615
Ways to Work Inc., 65 E. Elizabeth Ave. Ste. 506, Bethlehem, PA 18018, primary telephone: (610) 691-6919
Ways to Work Inc., 819 5th St. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA. 52406, Telephone: (319) 398-3576
Ways to Work Inc., 87 North Clinton Avenue, Rochester, NY. 14604, (585) 546-7220 x4613
Ways to Work Inc., 928 22nd Ave. S, St Petersburg, FL 33705, (727) 824-0910
Ways to Work Inc./Wheels for Work, 1141 E. Union Street, Newark, New York 14513, call (315) 331-4867 x17
Ways to Work, 4 Cornerstone Drive, Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047, Telephone: (215) 757-6916 x 220
Ways to Work, 411 W. Walnut St., Allentown, PA 18102, telephone: (484) 223-2068
Ways to Work, 4904 Independence Avenue Office D, Kansas City, MO 64124, (816) 418-2638
Ways to Work, 626 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, KS. 66101, call 913-342-1110 x1948
Ways to Work, 730 Florida Ave South, Golden Valley, MN 55426, (763) 529-1350
Ways to Work, 844 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York 14209, dial (866) 269-1587
Ways to Work, Anne Arundel County Dept. of Social Services, 80 W. St., Annapolis, Md. 21401 phone 1-410-269-4603
Ways to Work, East Second St., 139 rear, Berwick, Pa. 18603 Phone 1-570-759-8203
Ways to Work Transportation Program, Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority, Equitable Building, Atlanta, Georgia. phone 1-404-656-0939
Ways to Work, c/o United Way of Bartholomew County, Inc., 522 Franklin St., Columbus, In. 47201 phone1-812-372-3419
Ways to Work, Combined Community Services, 110E. Prairie St., Warsaw, In. 46580 phone 1-219-269-5531
Way to Work, Forsyth County, North Carolina phone 1-336-727-8311
Way to Work, 7 Junkins Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801 phone 1-603-431-2911
Ways to Work, St. Mark Catholic center, 429 E. Grandview Blvd., Erie, Pa. 16504 phone 1-814-824-1111
Ways to Work, Fort Worth, Texas and Expanding to other Texas cities phone 1-512-463-2668
Ways to Work Program, Central Wisconsin community Action Council, 205 E. Lake Ave., Lake Denlton, Wisconsin 53940 phone 1-608-254-8353
The Ways to Work program is one of the nation’s leading transportation resources. It offers financing, low interest loans, financing, and other support to participants. Read more.
Western Dairyland Community Action Agency, 418 Wisconsin Street, PO Box 540, Eau Claire, WI 54702, dial 1-800-782-1063 ext. 216
Wheels to Work in Virginia provides reliable used vehicles for free to its clients. The main beneficiaries are usually former welfare moms who are currently working or attending job training. Wheels to Work serves the counties of Albemarle, Nelson, Fluvanna and Louisa and also the city of Charlottesville. 434-295-3171
Wheel Get There & Wheel Get There Too is run by The Minnesota Valley Action Council (MVAC). This is the local community action agency, and it operates a vehicle donation program in nine counties throughout the state of Minnesota. The WGT program receives donated vehicles from the community, reconditions them and sells them to people receiving government or public assistance from MFIP (MN Family Investment Program).
Vehicles can be purchased from the agency from a guaranteed low interest loan, which helps recipients either build or rebuild a positive credit history at their local bank. Wheel Get There Too (WGT2) provides both a guaranteed loan (up to $1,750) and a down payment assistance (up to $1,750) for each new car. Staff from MVAC also advise people about buying a vehicle, and also help them search for free or suitable cars that fit their monthly budget. Call 507-345-2430.
Wheels for Work, 10 Chapel Street, Mount Morris, NY 14510, Main number 585-658-4466 x15
Wheels for Work, 220 N Main St, Spring Valley, N. 10977, main telephone: 845-426-1717
Wheels for Work, 237 Main Street #330, Buffalo, New York 14203, 716-847-1120
Wheels for Work, 247 Factory Street, Watertown, NY 13601, Telephone: 315-782-8440
Wheels for Work, 520 Hegeman Street, Schenectady, NY 12306, Telephone: (518) 346-3861
Wheels for Work, 6 Cambridge Ave.P.O. Box 249, Morrisville, NY 13408, phone 315-684-7862 ext. 22
Wheels for Work, 63 Liberty Street, Monticello, NY 12701, primary phone 845-791-8500
Wheels for Work, 84 Schuyler Street, Belmont, NY 14813, 585-593-0792 x1701
Wheels of Success, 9309 N. Florida Ave., Ste. 109, Tampa, FL 33612, dial (813) 490-9443
Wheels to Work, 1905 Martin Luther King Drive Suite C, Soperton, GA 30457, 912-529-6652
Wheels to Work, 344 N. Marshall St., Lancaster, PA 17602, dial (717) 291-2261 ext. 226
Wheels to Work, 65 State Street, Auburn, NY 13021, 315-252-0038 x240
Wheelz 2 Work Program is can provide maintainable and reliable vehicles to low-income families. The Bucks County Housing Group as well as Bucks County Community College's Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) collaborate in this project and carefully screen candidates for new cars. 215-598-3566, extension 20.
Wheels4Hope, PO Box 27983, Raleigh, NC 27611, (919) 255-1325
Willow creek Community Church, 67 E. Algonquin Rd., South Barrington, IL 60010 phone 1-847-765-5000
Winnebago Interfaith Needs Response (WINR) partners with a coalition of local churches, social service agencies and other faith based organizations in order to help low income individuals get assistance for paying for car repairs and/or refurbished cars. The program operates in Winnebago County Wisconsin and encourages donations and contributions throughout the area. Phone 920-236-0131
Wisconsin Job Access Loan Program, Dept. of Workforce Development, 210 E. Washington Ave., Madison, WI. 53707 phone 1-608-266-3131
Work and Ride Program, Catawba County Work First Plan, Catawba County Department of Social Services, PO Box 669, Newton, NC 28601 phone 1-828-326-5625
Workers on Wheels Car Donation Program, Wexford-Missaukee County Family Independence Agency, 10641 W. Watergate Rd. Cadillac, Michigan 49601 phone 1-231-779-4500
Work First Employment, NC Commerce Work First Project, 4301 Mail service Center, Raleigh North Carolina 27699 phone 1-910-727-2175
Work First Employment Services, is currently available to qualified Work First recipients. It will assist families with obtaining and retaining a job by removing barriers such as transportation, health problems, and child care. For example, Work First Employment cooperates with a number of local community members and non-profits to collect vehicles for refurbishing and resale to welfare and public assistance recipients. 704-336-7600
Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer, Madison, Oneida, 209 Elizabeth Street, Utica, NY 13501, main (315) 793-6037
Working Wheels, Central Vermont community Action Agency, 195 US Rt.302, Berlin, Barre Vermont 05641 phone 1-800-639-1053