Marlboro, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/01/2018 -- For families with children who have cancer or another serious disease, heading back to school can be a stressful time. Between medical bills, treatments, and other expenses, finances for these families can be tight, and they might not be able to afford new clothes for their children. Through car donations in Monmouth County, NJ, American Children's Society, Inc. helps to provide clothing for these young students with their Back to School Program.
For many children, back to school is an exciting time filled with catching up with friends, showing off new clothes, and sharing stories of summertime vacations and adventures. Unfortunately, kids from families who care for a sick child may not have new clothes. In fact, their parents may not be able to afford these essentials, leaving their children in tattered, worn out, or dirty clothing.
American Children's Society, Inc. believes no parent or guardian should have to make the decision between putting food on their table or providing their child with clothes. And through the proceeds from the sale of cars and other vehicles donated to their organization, they can offer these underprivileged kids new apparel, socks, underwear, jackets, and other back to school essentials.
By providing children with these necessities, a significant barrier to their education is removed. This saves them from potential ridicule and embarrassment, and allows them to focus on learning, giving them the skills to succeed both now and later in life.
As a 501(c)(3) organization, American Children's Society, Inc. is a nonprofit that relies solely on donations to operate. This includes boat, RV, and car donations from Morris County, NJ, and the surrounding areas. They even feature a helpful staff to walk donors through the process of donating their vehicle, making it simple and straightforward.
To donate a vehicle, or for more information, call 866-370-7234 or visit https://www.childrenscharities.com/.
About American Children's Society, Inc.
American Children's Society, Inc. provides financial assistance to families of sick and impoverished children to assist with medical, household and funeral-related expenses. The organization also supplies low-no cost vehicles to those in need of inexpensive transportation. For more information, visit http://childrenscharities.com.
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