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March 15, 2014

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March 15, 2014

Do not donate cars to this organization. You'll get more tax bang for your buck if you give to Kars 4 Kids. I donated my car. It was old but the body and interior were in good condition. When the tow truck guy came, he jumped it, drove it down the alley to the tow truck and that was that. The American Lung Assn. gave me $500. When I called to see if any adjustments could be made, both to the local and national office, they got snippy. A friend of mine donated his car to Kars 4 Kids. It was older than mine, totally rusted out and basically no interior. They gave him $2500. I wish I had kept my car, took it to a dealer and traded it in. I wanted to do a good deed but I didn't think I'd be taken advantage of in return. Do not donate your car to American Lung Assn.

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2014

December 18, 2012
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December 18, 2012
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i stopped donating to this organization because they refused to explain what money was going for. 7 months after getting unsubscribed from them they had a "daniel hunter" call me asking to set up an appointment for air duct cleaning. i contacted american lung association twice asking them to confirm daniel hunter works for them and why they are involved in air duct cleaning and they refused to answer. the man i talked to on the phone was dishonest and untrustworthy. i believe the american lung association has been perverted into a for profit business with increasing amounts of money going to salaries, marketing companies and who knows what else. this latest bit where they send some nutjob marketer after people to do air duct cleaning is absolutely inexcuseable.

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July 31, 2012
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July 31, 2012
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I used to give this organization thousands of dollars per year because we dedicated our life and our business to helping people beat cancer. At one point , the local office gave me an award and the national office took the award away because they felt that we competed with them. We help people to quit smoking. I donated thousands to this company and sponsored all of their events, but they couldn't see past their own profits. What a joke. Because of them I am very leery of all non profits. It appears that most of them could care less about their cause and only care about their executives salaries.

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2010

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