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Donate old cars to keep kids safe
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The city of Hinesville, in conjunction with Find the Children, is sponsoring “Cars for Kids,” an amnesty event for inoperable vehicles and vessels, from Nov. 6 through Dec. 6.
Since 1983, Find the Children has been dedicated to the recovery of missing children and the prevention of abuse and endangerment of children. Volunteers help to educate parents and children about child safety and work with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and local law enforcement agencies in the recovery of missing children.
“Code Enforcement decided to offer amnesty for junk vehicles, if you live in the city of Hinesville, as a goodwill gesture,” Hinesville Code Enforcement Officer Maureen Mobley said. “We chose Cars for Kids to help a charity while keeping our city clean.”
Anyone who wants to donate a car must live in Hinesville and have a title for the vehicle being donated. If needed, a title can be applied for at the Liberty County tag office. To arrange for vehicle pick-up, call Hinesville Code Enforcement at 876-4029, Cars for Kids at 888-444-7504 or go to
The city also will accept and pick up boats, RVs, cars and motorcycles. Pick up is free. Donations are tax-deductible, and donors will receive vouchers for vacation discounts and restaurant coupons from Find the Children sponsors.
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