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Donate Your Ride To
National Association
Of Counsel For Children

Four Easy Steps


Fill out the online form or call 720-457-2538

Make sure you have a clear title and keys to the vehicle


Vehicle Pickup

Our tow company will call to schedule the free pick up of your vehicle


Sale of your vehicle

We sell your vehicle using our Dealers License


Proceeds fund our program

We send you a tax receipt for the sale value

NACC trains and certifies attorneys who represent children, families, and agencies; supports a diverse community of professionals; and advocates for policy reform alongside young people and families.

The child welfare system often separates children from parents or guardians accused of abuse or neglect. A judge in family court determines whether to remove a child from their family and place them in the foster care system. The court decides where a child will live, where they will go to school, and what contact they will have with their family. The system affects hundreds of thousands of young people in the United States each year—disproportionately children from low-income families and children of color.

Family separation is often traumatizing. A child involved in these proceedings needs a well-trained lawyer to ensure the court hears their voice, protects their rights, and keeps them safely with their family when possible.

With a child’s safety and connection to family at stake, court proceedings work best when all parties—children, parents, and agencies—have legal representation. NACC helps lawyers do this important work. NACC is the only national organization accredited by the American Bar Association to certify attorneys as Child Welfare Law Specialists.

NACC’s Mission: NACC advances children’s and parents’ rights by supporting a diverse, inclusive community of child welfare lawyers to provide zealous legal representation and by advocating for equitable, anti-racist solutions co-designed by people with lived experience.

NACC’s Vision: Every child, parent, and family is well-supported in their community and has equitable access to justice through culturally responsive, client-centered legal representation.

Call 720-457-2538 for more information, or begin the vehicle donation process here by filling in your information on the form below.

Please Note: NACC has partnered with Driven to Donate to operate our vehicle donation program. Your documentation for this donation, as well as all legal details associated with the donation, will be handled by Driven to Donate. NACC is the beneficiary of your donation and we are grateful for your support!

Vehicle Donation Form

    • Donor information

    • Vehicle information