Hepatitis B Foundation Launches New Fundraising Initiative through Car Donation Program
Global Authority Dedicated to Eliminating Hepatitis B Accepts Car Donations as New Fundraising Effort.
- Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) September 24, 2011 - The Hepatitis B Foundation (www.hepb.org), celebrating its 20th anniversary as the global authority dedicated to eliminating hepatitis B worldwide, is pleased to announce that it has established a new fundraising initiative - a vehicle donation program.
The program targets individuals who are considering trading in or selling their working or non-working vehicles. Through the program persons are able to donate their vehicles while making a tax-deductible contribution in support of the Foundation's mission to find a cure and improve the quality of life for those affected by hepatitis B. There are no costs associated with the donation for the donor or the Foundation. Proceeds from the Foundation's program will support funding-focused research, disease awareness efforts, and immunization and treatment initiatives. Funds will also continue to help the Foundation serve as the primary source of information for patients and their families, the medical and scientific community and the general public.
In addition to cars, the program accepts vans, trucks, trailers, motorcycles, boats, jet skis, snowmobiles, RVs and even airplanes. The Foundation's car donation program partner will arrange to pick-up the donated vehicle and will handle the towing and title transfer requirements. To learn more or to begin the donation process, contact Fern Sanford at 215-489-4916 or visit www.hepb.org/donate-your-car.htm. Make sure to have the title of the vehicle available and to designate the Foundation as the beneficiary of your donation.
About the Hepatitis B Foundation: The Hepatitis B Foundation, celebrating its 20th anniversary as the global authority dedicated to eliminating hepatitis B, is the only national nonprofit organization solely dedicated to finding a cure and improving the quality of life for those affected with hepatitis B worldwide through research, education and patient advocacy. It is headquartered in the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center, which it created to accelerate its research mission. To learn more, visit www.hepb.org or call (215) 489-4900.