Car Donations in Frenchtown
Charter Twp, MI
About Frenchtown Twp, MI
Frenchtown Charter Township is a charter township of Monroe County in the southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 20,428 at the 2010 census. Frenchtown is the second most-populated township in Monroe County after Bedford Township. The township has no incorporated cities or villages but numerous unincorporated areas; it is bordered by the city of Monroe to the south, and the two jurisdictions are politically independent. Sterling State Park and the Enrico Fermi Nuclear Generating Station are located within the township.
Got an old car to donate?
We make donating your used car in Frenchtown simple and easy. When you call us to donate a car in Frenchtown Twp MI, 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.