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Donate your car to Lighthouse of Collier and get an itemized tax deduction for its full, true value!

Donate your car, truck, boat, or other vehicle, regardless if it’s running. Your donation will provide support to Lighthouse of Collier to assist in their mission in providing services to the blind and visually impaired in Collier County.

Lighthouse of Collier, Inc. has partnered with Naples Auto Donation Center, Inc. (NADC), a 501(c) (3) non-profit and Florida licensed, bonded and insured auto dealer to process donated vehicles.

When you donate get all the following:

  • Free Pick-Up from your home or office by a professional towing company at your convenience
  • A Great Tax Deduction for the value of your vehicle.
  • Fast and Easy – no paperwork hassle; NADC provides all necessary paperwork including transfer of title, tax deductible receipt for the donor, receipt of sale to the donor and the charity as well as a 1098-C IRS form.

NADC does it all just by calling 239-692-9840. NADC is a full service auto donation center providing pick up or towing, service minor repairs, complete detailing services and sale of the donated vehicle at auction, wholesale, retail or salvage depending on vehicle value and condition. Please don’t hesitate to contact Bill Walsh, NADC @ (239) 692-9840 with any questions and let them know that you’re calling to support Lighthouse of Collier.

The Transition Program: Students 14 thru 22

The Transition Program at The Lighthouse of Collier helps students transition into adult life. Students between the ages of 14-22 are provided with training skills for daily living, self- advocacy, communication, assistive technology, career skills, orientation and mobility and more! Students will join their peers in a fun group setting and learn concepts that will benefit their future.

Transition — a passage from one place, condition, or action to another.

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Must be in middle/high school
  2. Must be 14-22 years of age
  3. Must have an IEP or Service Plan completed by Teacher of the Visually Impaired (TVI) in Collier County schools.

Resources for Families:


Rick Hart- Transition Program Coordinator

Out & About

LOC Transition students holding kittens at Humane Society
Naples- August 2014
LOC Transition students celebrate Olympic Day with Tampa
Lighthouse- July 2014
LOC Transition students learn Goal Ball with Tampa Lighthouse - July 2014
LOC Transition students make model of the human eye - July 2014
LOC Transition students work as a team - July 2014
LOC Transition students identify their skills and interests - July 2014
LOC Transition student's skills and interests - July 2014<
Brandon Cooking on the Skillet - May 2014
Brandon reading recipe with Assistive Technology - May 2014
Water Ski Day at Sugden Park - May 2014
Water Ski Day at Sugden Park - May 2014
Water Ski Day at Sugden Park Ms. Heather, Dominique, &
Brandon- May 2014
Water Ski Day at Sugden Park - May 2014
Multiple Intelligences Survey - May 2014