One Community Auto takes pride in helping the Land of Enchantment be a great place to live. By partnering with the local organizations listed below, we are helping to empower groups that are changing lives of our fellow New Mexicans for the better.
By donating your car through One Community Auto, your money stays right here in New Mexico. These local non-profits are on the front lines, providing much-needed services and support, with a local perspective on issues that are important to communities in our state.
We do this by refurbishing your donated vehicle, then selling it on our used-car retail lot in Albuquerque. Most other automobile donation services will just send your vehicle directly to an auction, where it will probably only sell for pennies on the dollar. One Community Auto is different. We will work to get the best possible tax deduction for you by maximizing your car's value, and generating as much money as we can for your designated charity.
If your car is wrecked or won't start, that's OK! One Community Auto will accept anything on wheels, running or not. Even if the vehicle is totaled, you might consider buying it back from the insurance company and donating it to charity. Car donations, truck donations, van donations, bus donations, RV donations, boat donations, ATV donations, motorcycle donations, or any other vehicle donations, we'll accept just about anything. A vehicle that you consider a junk car can help your community
You can also call us if you prefer, at 505-901-9510.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A veteran-owned business that received start-up counseling and assistance from the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services has been named a winner of the 2017 American Small Business Championship.
One Community Auto LLC of Albuquerque was one of 102 chosen nationwide by SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer business mentors that help small business owners.
One Community was founded by Albuquerque native and retired U.S. Air Force Major Gary Peterson. It helps non-profit organizations by refurbishing their donated used cars and re-selling them.
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