|Address:||21501 W 8 Mile Rd, Detroit, MI 48219, USA|
|Working:||9AM–8PM 9AM–8PM 9AM–8PM 9AM–8PM 9AM–8PM 9AM–5PM Closed|
I was so sick of trying to sell my car that after one month of meeting with potential buyers, showing them it, and having no luck, I gave up. Trying to sell my car was way too time consuming and not worth the money the vehicle was even valued at. My coworker told me about his wife donating her car and how convenient it was. He also mentioned they got a tax deduction for donating. “Tax deduction,” I thought….maybe I should see what that’s about. I looked up charities and came across Mother Waddles. I liked their charitable cause and after speaking to a representative for a few minutes I was sold on donating. The process was so easy and only took a few minutes. I am so glad I donated to Mother Waddles to help kids live a better life.
Professionals through the whole donation process. I decided to donate my 2003 VW Jetta to this organization because of their mission oriented to provides used cars to families in need. The majority of other car donation programs rely instead on auction sales. Because of the good conditions of my Jetta, i thought that this program was more appropriate, since a family in need could get a reliable vehicle with all bells and whistles. The MW supervisor on the phone provided me a good explanation of the process and was also keen enough to respond the questions I had. After compiling the application form online, a towing company contacted me to set up the most suitable pick-up. Next day my beloved Jetta was departing on the flatbed.
It was a super easy process. I asked for my tax papers... got them. I didn’t know that the car portion was NOT ran by mother Waddles. Her daughter Andrea runs the mission (helping the needy etc) the car donate program is something all together separate. But I wanted to be a help to Andrea and the mother Waddles legacy so I’ll be donation more in the future. Great Legacy.
A Private User
I donated my old 1999 Dodge Ram cargo van to mother waddles. I did not have any problems. I received my tax deduction as promised and free tow. The manager/clerk was helpful over the phone. It made me feel good knowing that I was helping a charity and helping someone find a car at a price they can afford.
99% of these cars are junk. Very expensive and bad management. If you want buy a car check on offer up, Facebook or Craigslist and compare the price. These people lie about 50% for low income in fact they double the price.
I was in shock and awe to see the overpriced junk cars with all flat wheels. I hear their ads all the time on WWJ and expected more. I suggest Charity Motors for reasonable prices on transportation
A Private User
Donated my car to Mother Waddles and was pleased how well the process worked. I got blue book value and my car was picked up the same day. I would highly recommend them.
Got a great deal on an older Dodge Ram about 6 months ago. Truck still runs great and my purchase went towards a good cause. How could I not be thrilled?
Very organized. They told me everything up front and it all happened as I was told as well as the tax deduction forms emailed to me.
The cars are always waiting for titles. No one offers help. You have the impression that cars are being sat a side for people.
They keep the good cars for themselves and only let the public purchase the junk. They are scamming people.
Have good quality used cars just have too have a mechanic along with u when purchasing a vehicle
Cars are junks and too expensive You should buy from craiglist more cheaper and much better.
Just left there no one helped me an to much for cars an trucks that looks like lemons
You can find cheap vehicles but they will almost always need repairs to drive
Charity Motors cars are definitely for teens seeking their first.
Donated a car and came back to purchase one a few months later.
They are there for you when you are in need of a vehicle
Average to bad vehicles for little to nothing
Great Place of business
Over priced pos cars