Changing lives and helping kids graduate since 1992, Cars for Kids is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Organization benefiting the Texans Can Academies of Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio. All vehicle and car donations help change the lives of at risk youth by providing them the highest quality high school education in an environment where they can flourish and graduate. Our car donation program spans all 50 states with our knowledgeable and friendly donation specialists available 24/7. We offer free towing and accept cars, trucks, vans, boats, motorcycles, RVs, campers, jet skis, forklifts, trailers, or almost any type of vehicle whether it is running or not.
Cars for Kids is an IRS approved Tax Exempt, 501 (c) (3) charity and non-profit organization (TAX ID #46-2077931). Our car donation program operates in all 50 states including, TX (Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio), CA, AZ, FL, MD, and VA . Donations support Texans Can! Academies and helps educate and provide items such as food, housing, clothing, child care, and other basic necessities for at risk youth as they work toward their high school diploma.
"My name is Jorge Garcia. I was raised in a bad neighborhood on the Eastside of Austin. My parents worked, so I was never taught by them. I hung out on the streets all day."
- Jorge's Success Story
"All my life I have had to overcome problems that I thought would never happen to me. I was born with asthma, and my little brother was born with Downs Syndrome."
- A Story to be Told, A Story to be Heard
"La’Phadra moved to Houston in October from Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was behind in school because her family moved around alot. She said she attended a lot of different schools and didn’t learn as much as she should have."
"Last Friday at a seafood buffet in Washington D.C. I got a phone call. It was from a publicist for my school, Texans Can! Academy at Carrollton-Farmers Branch. Over the past week, I had been blogging about my experiences"
- Steven's Success Story
"Unable to adequately satisfy the credit requirement set at her former high school, Brit’kne began listening."
- Can! Grad Faces Adversity and Leads by Example
"Joshua was born and raised in New Orleans. Shortly after his father died, Hurricane Katrina further devastated the family. Joshua fled from his housing project as the water rose, fearing the worst because he cannot swim."
- Despite the Odds, Student Succeeds at Austin Can!
"Ashley was put into foster care as a young girl. Over six years, she was placed in seven foster homes in three different cities and attended 15 different schools."
- Foster care student finds home at Austin Can!
"Anything is possible if you are only willing to work toward achieving it."
- Byron Del Pinal
"To start out I'll explain where I'm coming from. I was born in Arkansas on May 1992, and spent the next 9 years of my life moving from state to state and many towns in between."
- Matt's success story.
"Alexis graduated in June. She is now enrolled in Medvance, a technical school, where she is studying medical office administration. She will begin classes July 6th and plans to complete her studies in eight months to one year."