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Donated car recipient Ahmed smiles for the camera holding the keys to his new SUV.
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Cape Cod Donated Car Recipient is Going Places

We thoroughly enjoy getting to know each one of the clients we award a donated car to in Massachusetts and Vermont.

As soon as we met our client Ahmed, from Cape Cod in Massachusetts, we were impressed by his work ethic and attention to detail. We noted how he meticulously wrote down every detail while we went over his new vehicle with him, a 2006 Honda Pilot. He is a smart young man and a hard worker, but without a car, he was limited to seasonal jobs and those within biking distance. The harsh Cape Cod winters made it unsafe and too difficult to travel any farther. After receiving his donated SUV, he noted how it will allow him to work more hours, in more locations, and how he looks forward to completing his education.

Ahmed’s local newspaper, the Mashpee Enterprise, interviewed him about his life-changing donated car from Good News Garage. Learn more about his story and where he’s going in “Mashpee Man In Need Is Awarded Donated Vehicle.”

We wish Ahmed all the best during his journey forward in his new Honda Pilot.

If you have an old or unused car, truck, van or SUV that could help a neighbor in need more forward in their life, please consider making a vehicle donation to Good News Garage. We will pick it up, free of charge, and you’ll qualify for a generous tax deduction. When a donor’s car is awarded to an individual or family, that donor can deduct the vehicle’s fair-market value from their taxes! It’s a win-win for you and your community.

We accept car donations online, over the phone, and in-person in our New Hampshire and Vermont offices.

We’d like to thank all of our vehicle donors for allowing us to continue placing cars with clients during the pandemic, including many frontline and essential workers in New England. Your generosity changes lives!