When you donate a car, truck, motorcycle, or other vehicle, we gift them to program graduates and other members of the community in need. For many people, owning a vehicle is a huge step toward independence. It can also save time and money for people coming out of poverty and homelessness, while providing stability and increasing future opportunities.

The best type of vehicle to donate is one that needs moderate repairs before gifting to a program graduate. We have auto mechanics on staff who work alongside program participants to repair donated vehicles. This provides an opportunity for New Life Program participants to learn skills and provide needed transportation for program graduates.

Proceeds from vehicles unable to be gifted support Fort Collins Rescue Mission programs.

Donating is easy, free and tax deductible.

Every vehicle donation situation is unique, but the best way to get started is to contact us. Start by sending us some details about your vehicle, and we’ll get in touch with you to answer any questions.


Your Vehicle Can Change Lives!

“My job during my stay at The Crossing was a mechanic for the Vehicle Program. I worked in the Shop for over a year and I have firsthand experience of the joy a vehicle can bring to a person’s life. Many people would break down in tears when they receive their vehicle.”
“My daughter and I are so grateful to have a reliable vehicle. We are members of a church and it is important to us to be active members but we were limited by transportation. Even getting to family events presented its challenges. It’s not easy asking people for a ride or limiting the time you can spend in one place because of public transportation. If I could convey one thing to the vehicle donors its, your donation makes a difference.”
“Writing the Thank You card to the donor was a great part of receiving my vehicle. It was so nice to be able to tell that person what their donation was going to do for our lives. It was approaching winter season and I remember being so overjoyed that my son and I wouldn’t be at the bus stop in the cold. I was also thrilled that I no longer needed to plan for a two hour commute as well.”