Car Donations in Adrian
Adrian was founded on June 18, 1826, by Addison Comstock, promoter of the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad, and was originally named Logan. In 1828 Addison's wife renamed the village to Adrian after the Roman Emperor Hadrian.
The only remaining piece of the Bank of Pennsylvania— one of the stone pillars — was moved to Adrian, Michigan and erected as the Civil War Memorial in commemoration of those in Adrian who died in the American Civil War.
Got an old car to donate?
We make donating your used car in Adrian simple and easy. When you call us to donate a car in Adrian, we take on all of the work. We use local towing services to pick up donated vehicles, so you don't even have to leave your home. We'll provide you with a receipt for your donation (so you can get the full tax benefits that you deserve for your car donation) and we'll handle all of the details - making it possible for many of your favorite charities to flourish & a deserving family to gain the benefits and independence of having their very own vehicle.