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Your Clunker Could Put Someone on the Road to Self-Reliance

Lutheran Social Services of Michigan vehicle donation program gives the needy a hand up

Contact: Barbara Lewis, Director of Communications, Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, 313-823-7982, blewi@lssm.org

DETROIT, Aug. 21 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Cash for Clunkers program is ending, but you can still benefit from turning in your old cars and other motorized vehicles. Give them to Motorvation Drive. You'll help put needy people on the road to self-reliance, and you can claim a generous tax deduction.

Motorvation Drive, a vehicle donation program of Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, accepts qualified vehicles from anywhere in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. Donors may deduct the Blue Book value of cars worth up to $499. If the vehicle sells for more than that, you can deduct the actual sales price. Lutheran Social Services will provide the necessary receipts.

We don't care how old your vehicle is or what kind of mileage it gets. If we can sell it for more than the cost of towing it and processing it, we will be happy to take it off your hands. Call today, toll free, to see if your vehicle qualifies: (877) 259-6369.

Motorvation Drive accepts cars, trucks, tractors, motorcycles, RVs and boats. Your vehicle will be sold through Kozak Motors of Roseville, Mich., or at auction. Proceeds will be used to help the people served by Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, including foster children, refugees, homeless families, persons with disabilities and low-income seniors.

For more information, call (877) 259-6369.

Lutheran Social Services of Michigan is dedicated to creating communities of service that meet the needs of people, upholding human dignity, advocating equality and justice. Established in 1934 and affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Lutheran Social Services of Michigan spans the Lower Peninsula with more than 70 programs in 40 cities. Lutheran Social Services provides a wide variety of services for children and families, senior adults, refugees, and persons with disabilities. Lutheran Social Services of Michigan serves all persons, regardless of race, religion or national origin, as an expression of the love of Christ. Visit our website at www.lssm.org and register for our free newsletter.