April 8, 2013
I came to FreeCharityCars.org in search for hope and opportunity, and in the time I have been here I have gained much more than that. As a college student living on her own to make ends meat, you can't pass up an opportunity like this. Many Americans need reliable transportation- I am only a small example of that demographic for financially struggling and independent college students trying to secure employment. Needing and having transportation is essential during these times of slow economic growth and recession. FreeCharityCars.org has come up with a solution for this rising crisis- create a united and free community for Americans. FCC bridges the gap between economic classes for those who wish to donate to impoverished and unfortunate families that need a system to give back to them instead of taking away. FreeCharityCars.org is that non-profit system. They provide a great service that unselfishly does this, to better Americans lives. This is a true American non-profit organization that we need to see more of in the United States.
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