Donations

 

 
Supporting Paratransit, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, gives you an opportunity to make a tax deductible, positive difference in the lives of seniors, the disabled and their families and caregivers.


Sell or Consign Your Used Wheelchair Van Through Destinations Mobility to Qualify for an IRS Partial Donation Tax Deduction!

When you consign your vehicle through Destinations Mobility, the consignment fee will qualify as an IRS tax deduction. The proceeds that come from our consignment program are reinvested into Paratransit, Inc., to help maintain low-cost round-trip paratransit services, maintain daily operations, and expand affordable transit operations. You also can earn an IRS tax deduction by selling us your wheelchair accessible vehicle. Contact us for more information.


Free Pickup and Other Benefits

  • We can pick up your donation (in the metro Sacramento area).
  • Eliminate the hassle of repairing, advertising, and selling your car. Our trained staff handle all details.
  • Qualify for an IRS Tax deduction.
  • Your donation directly supports Paratransit, Inc. programs and services.

Learn More at Paratransit.org or contact us.


About Paratransit, Inc. and Donations

Paratransit, Inc. has provided access to the community for our Sacramento County seniors and disabled residents since 1978. With up to 3,000 trips scheduled per weekday and nearly a million trips provided annually, Paratransit is key to maintaining independence and conducting activities of daily living for thousands of individuals.

By providing mobility options tailored to the individual’s needs, Paratransit helps seniors and disabled citizens remain independent, active participants in our community. You have the power to make a difference in someone’s life. With your contribution, Paratransit can maximize services by coordinating with our many community partners.

Paratransit, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, so every dollar donated is tax deductible and supports transit and transit related services that provide access to work, medical services, places of worship, and grocery shopping for seniors and disabled residents in our community.