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By generating votes your profile attains a higher page rank, thus moving you up the list to have your application reviewed when a donated vehicle becomes available in your area. As you develop friendships and vote for others, you receive votes in return.
The process of generating votes and promoting FCC “pays it forward” by spreading the word and increasing the popularity of our website which leads to additional vehicle donations that can be awarded to our neighbors, and maybe… The very act of daily voting for others creates good karma for you, and serves as an affirmation of love and hope for the recipient of that vote.
Step 1 – Create Your Profile Creating your profile is fun, fast and free.
This is an opportunity to tell the world your story. Step 3 – Bond With Supportive Friends & Apply for a Free Charity Car The Free Charity Cars website is a caring online community offering compassion and hope.
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Since he never had a decent job, it is also assumed that he flunked or dropped out of school.
Their website was designed to make the process of choosing who receives a free vehicle as fair as possible by providing a forum where individuals can engage the public and pro-actively pursue their dream of car-ownership.
FCC members invest “sweat equity” by voting for others and promoting the charity.
Their entrepreneurial organization is totally self-sufficient and succeeds without a penny of government funding.
Struggling families nationwide apply for a free charity car at the organization’s car distribution website.
The website also provides the charity with the ability to quickly identify qualified recipients in communities nationwide and to match each donated vehicle with each prospective applicant’s specific need.