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Donate Arkansas Collectibles to Charity!

There are many reasons why people choose to donate collectibles in Arkansas. Whether they are motivated by the desire to give back to the worldwide community or the desire to take advantage of a fair tax deduction, the outcome is the same. Arkansas collectible donations are used to give a helping hand to those in need. When finding items to donate in Arkansas, the sky is the limit. You can choose to donate collectibles such as razorback collectibles, Maya Angelou, Bill Clinton or Johnny Cash collectibles, broken gold jewelry, an old Bennett Gas Pump, or collector vehicles like a 65 Eldorado convertible Cadillac or an antique Indian motorcycle sitting in your garage. You can basically donate anything that you feel we can use to continue supporting the numerous causes our organization helps. You will not be left empty handed though. Collectible donations are entitled to a very generous Fair Market Tax deduction which is sometimes more than you can sell your collectibles for.

Arkansas collectible donations benefit many worthy causes such as medical research and sheltering the homeless. And when you help the needy by donating collectibles, you can rest assured that you will get a tax break for the fair market value of your donation. Other Arkansas collectible donations might include antique china, carousel collectibles, classic cars, civil war letters and other Arkansas military collectibles, movie memorabilia, spun glass or vintage women’s clothing. Your imagination is the limit. In fact, if you can collect it, Collectibles with Causes will gratefully receive it. It doesn’t matter if you donate large items or small items, a few items or a truckload. All Arkansas collectible donations are welcome and greatly appreciated. Please complete the following form or call us toll free 888-228-7320 to donate Arkansas collectibles to charity today!

GIVING Center is a nonprofit charity committed to helping those in need and filling the “gaps” left by overburdened programs.