Donate your vehicle to Wheels to Work -
Your used vehicle could eliminate the barrier of unreliable transportation to secure a job.
Donate it to Goodwill under our Wheels to Work program.
Wheels to Work is a vehicle donations program designed to provide low-cost, road worthy transportation to qualified persons for whom reliable transportation is a barrier to employment.
Wheels to Work is interested in vehicles that are drivable, in relatively good running order, have no or minor body or panel damage, and in need of minimal amount of repairs to make them reliable, safe and road worthy.
Your used vehicle can eliminate the barrier of unreliable transportation to and from work for individuals who want family-sustaining employment & independence. Please contact our Wheels to Work office for more details on donating at (269) 962-9000.
Obtain a vehicle
Are you in need of a vehicle?
Contact our office at (269) 962-9000 to determine which program may put you into your own vehicle. You must have a valid driver’s license to obtain a vehicle.
Original Wheels to Work
- Donated or purchased vehicles
- Looking for employment or recently employed
- Assistance from DHHS, PATH, or MRS
- Need minimal insurance coverage
- Most vehicles require some type of repair or are scrapped
Goodwill Car Connections
- Employed at least 12 months
- 4 hours Financial Coaching required
- OMNI loan application process
- Full Coverage needed for loan
- Used vehicles provided by local dealerships
"Having my own transportation meant I was able to join a program for veterans and train for a permanent, full-time position." – Clifford Carter
"Without the automobile I received from Goodwill Wheels to Work, I have no idea what I’d be doing." – Clifford Carter
Full time commute made possible by Wheels to Work Army veteran Clifford Carter, 49, obtained his gold Hyundai Accent through Goodwill Industries’ Wheels to Work program in 2009. Carter lives in Battle Creek and works in building maintenance for Medallion Management in Kalamazoo. It’s a job he’s held since April 2011, and trained for in a six-month program – also in Kalamazoo – through the Veteran’s Administration. Neither his training nor his job opportunity would have been feasible without reliable transportation.
Carter was referred to Wheels to Work by the Michigan Rehabilitation Services, and took possession of his gold four-door within 60 days of application.