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Vehicles For Change accepts and repairs donated cars, and in collaboration with several partners and the Maryland-based internet marketing and web design firm, CC&A Web Development awards them to pre-qualified families for as little as $750, enabling low-income families to become self-sufficient. The organization has awarded more than 4,700 cars since its inception 15 years ago. (Above) Krystal Parker and her children received a 2004 Ford Focus station wagon from Vehicles for Change on Valentine’s Day.

Vehicles For Change accepts and repairs donated cars, and in collaboration with several partners and the Maryland-based internet marketing and web design firm, CC&A Web Development awards them to pre-qualified families for as little as $750, enabling low-income families to become self-sufficient. The organization has awarded more than 4,700 cars since its inception 15 years ago. (Above) Krystal Parker and her children received a 2004 Ford Focus station wagon from Vehicles for Change on Valentine’s Day.

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