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Supporting children with limb differences


Welcome to the unLIMBited Foundation's Cars Built on Trust donation program! At unLIMBited, we believe in transforming lives and empowering individuals with limb differences.

We are excited to collaborate with CARS, a trusted partner in making car donations effortless. When you donate your car to our foundation through CARS, you can be confident that every step of the process will be taken care of, from the convenient pick-up service to handling the sale and providing you with the necessary donation receipts and tax documents.

With a heartfelt commitment to our donors, CARS ensures exceptional service and expresses gratitude to every vehicle donor. Together with CARS, we have successfully returned over $450+ million to our nonprofit partners, all thanks to the generosity of vehicle donors like you. Your contribution truly makes a difference, and we extend our heartfelt thanks for your support!

Unlimbited Foundation
Saving Limbs, Changing Children's Lives.


We want to emphasize that at the unLIMBited Foundation’s Cars Built on Trust donation program, all types of vehicles are accepted and deeply appreciated.Whether you have a car, truck, van, SUV, motorcycle, or even a recreational vehicle, we welcome your generous contribution. We understand that each vehicle holds its unique value and potential to make a significant impact on our mission. Your donation, regardless of its make, model, or condition, plays a crucial role in supporting individuals with limb differences and helping them lead fulfilling lives.We are immensely grateful for every vehicle donation we receive, and we assure you that your contribution will be utilized to its fullest potential. You can “Get Started” below or call Cars Built on Trust for more information at 855-500-7433.

Words From Parents

The children and families we serve depend upon us in so many ways. Your charitable contributions make a world of difference, one step at a time.

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When our daughter Apollonia was born with a leg that looked like a hockey stick our family lives were turned upside down. We proceeded to get diagnosis in Ottawa, Kingston and Toronto ~ all stated that amputation would be the best option.

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Our three-year old son, Jabari, was born with Congenital Short Right Femur. We were told by a local surgeon that amputation of his right leg and wearing a prosthetic was his only option."

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My son, Warren, was 11 when he was diagnosed with Perthes. Warren was walking like he was limping and after we would go for a ride in the car I would notice he couldn't move very well. He was still playing soccer but he just couldn't move as well as he used to.

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We heard that Dr. Paley was the best surgeon for our son's needs but didn't realize that he and his entire staff would become a part of our family. Over the past 4 years we have met many patients that feel the same way.

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