How to Get a Used Car from Goodwill

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Did you know that you can get a used car from Goodwill? Goodwill, is a organization, that is know for it work in helping people become self reliance and productive. The Cars for Work, program gives, excellent condition used cars to people without transportation in order for them get to work and keep their jobs.

Contact your local Goodwill Corporate Office: This program is not available in some states, and qualifications vary from state to state. So, please contact the Goodwill Headquarters in your state to find out if your state has a Cars for Work or Wheels for Work program and how to apply.

Provide proof of Employment: In order to qualify for the Cars to Work program, you must be working and are in danger of losing employment, because of difficulty or inability to get to work. You must provide Goodwill with proof of your situation. Your job must employ you for at least thirty to forty hours each week.

Prove Need: In order to qualify for A car from Goodwill, your job must also be in a location where there is no bus or train service, to and from your place of employment.

Provide Goodwill with Proof Income: This program is for families who are underemployed and earn a wage that is considered below the US standard of living. If you are an executive of a fortune 500 company, you will not qualify for this program.

Wheels for Work: In some states Goodwill has what is called, the Wheels for Work program. This program allows you you can purchase a car for as little as $75 a month. The qualification for the Wheels for Work program are: * Have no vehicle * Had you present job from six to 12 months * Be responsible for the upkeep of the car * Must not have drug charges or any major driving violations * Be employed for 12 months after receiving the vehicle

Find out about you state: This program is not available in some states, and qualifications vary from state to state. So, please contact the Goodwill Headquarters in your state to find out if your state has a Cars for Work or Wheels for Work program and how to apply.

Items you will need

  • Proof off a job

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