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Don't forget that you could sell your car to a place like Carmax. The offer will likely be a lot closer to wholesale and they'll buy your car without you having to buy one of theirs. A lot less hassle that way.

Then you could donate 100% of that money to the charity. Lower hassle and (likely) higher donation to the charity.

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