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American Children's Society, Inc. Turns Old Vehicles Into Strength for Children Fighting Cancer

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Updated 7:00 AM CST, Fri, January 12,2018

Marlboro, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/12/2018 -- New Jersey drivers who are looking for a way to start their year off by giving back to the community are encouraged to contact American Children's Society, Inc. to learn more about how they can turn an old vehicle into a way to help children suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

American Children's Society, Inc. is challenging anyone with an old or broken-down vehicle sitting around to kick their 2018 off right with an NJ car donation that will help families struggling to pay their child's medical bills.

Hospitalization for childhood cancer is crushing for any mother or father, but the financial burden that comes along with fighting cancer can be devastating as well. According to the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer, the average childhood cancer treatment costs over $40,000 per hospital stay. Cancer is the number one cause of death from disease for children up to 17 years old. Additionally, instances of nearly all childhood cancers are on the rise.

American Children's Society, Inc. is on a mission to help families with a child going through cancer treatment make their medical bills easier to manage. When residents donate a car to charity in NJ through their program, they can start 2018 off knowing that their donation will be going to a worthy cause.

Now is the perfect time for anyone wondering how they'll get rid of an old car, RV or boat to make the call to American Children's Society, Inc. at 888-776-4038 to learn more about how to donate.

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.

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