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Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Lonnie, Jenifer and family (IP Logged)
Date: November 22, 2002 10:50AM

Our church is looking for someone who would be interested in donating a mobil home that is in good condition for us to use as a Missions House. Contact us at 817-501-7194. Thank You and God Bless!

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Marge (IP Logged)
Date: November 09, 2005 10:59AM

Hello Lonnie/Jennifer:

I am trying to get together some information on how to inquire if there is someone who would donate an empty building to our church for a tax write off.
We are using another church's facilities temporarily. Naturally the schedules conflict and they have 2 or 3 other ministries going on there...
We are in Michigan.
I hope your attempts for a mobile home for missionaries are working out.

Thanks and God bless you too,

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: DAWN EBERT (IP Logged)
Date: February 08, 2006 10:31AM



Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: David Oxhandler (IP Logged)
Date: February 08, 2006 12:06PM

Dawn -

Where is the home located? City/ State?

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Tricia Adamen (IP Logged)
Date: April 23, 2006 03:32PM

If you are still looking for a mobile home, we have a 1997 3 bedroom 2 bath, excellent condition with all applicances (with shed). It is in a park in Belleville. Please let me know if you are still in need and we can discuss with you further at that time.

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: scman111 (IP Logged)
Date: April 23, 2008 01:14PM

I have a mobile home in Ocala,FL 1976 Nobility in good shape i would either like to donate or give away. You must remove from lot.

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: agnesasha (IP Logged)
Date: May 19, 2008 07:38AM

Dear Sir,

We are a community of Catholic sistes working for families marginalized by disabilties, imprisonment and poverty. Our website is

We are looking for someone to donate a mobile home for our use as we have two new members joining our community.

Is there any help you could render in this regard.

Many blessings.

Sr. Agnes

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: rmurray (IP Logged)
Date: May 19, 2008 08:30AM

I took the liberty to check your location

7380 Prospect Rd. Sarasota, FL 34243

There is a charitable foundation right in your neighborhood always looking for worthy projects. I am sure you may have already contacted them. You can find them here:


Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: jramos0424 (IP Logged)
Date: August 26, 2008 08:33AM

I also have a manufactured home I'm looking to donate to a charity, which is located in New Jersey. Any ideas? It is a 1987 Vacation Villa great condition w/sun room & furnished.

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: rheaferre (IP Logged)
Date: September 12, 2008 11:54AM

I have a 1988 clipper manufactued home I would like to donate. It is 16'W x 78"L 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, with and extra room for an office. How do I go about donating it? It is stationary, but has the axels underneth to be moved if need be.

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: bsleeman (IP Logged)
Date: October 13, 2008 05:48PM

I have a mobile home in FL that I am interested in donating to charity. Thank you

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: DesertStorm veteran (IP Logged)
Date: December 28, 2008 05:37AM

hello I am a disabled veteran i can provide proof upon request , my family is seperated at the moment wife is in nebraska , and i am in alabama we are in dire need of a mobile home and a place to put it i went 16 years with out an income, the veterans affairs is now paying me a very small pension check my credit is not good due to medical bills due to my service , i pray that someone will help us , we are both disabled, and need help drastically , june 15th my wife goes for a c-section i cannot get a home because of credit , please someone help us so we can be able to take care of our families needs , i served with the 101st airborne 1990-1991 desert storm, got hit by a scud missile jan 23rd, 1991 , thank you all and god bless please let us know 1-256-693-4556

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: mrs.sylvia (IP Logged)
Date: December 17, 2009 10:15AM

I am asking if anyone may have a mobile home for a cancer patient she has one that truely is not fit for a human to live in she receives her treatments at baylor college of medicine and it can be confirmed. This lady lives in New Kayney,tx and needs help she is still fighting for her social security benefits.thanks

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: mslovelee8 (IP Logged)
Date: September 23, 2010 09:24AM

I have a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom 1970 mobile home.It's in pretty good condition located in Bridgeview Illinois if you remove it from the property it's yours

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: levanbarbra (IP Logged)
Date: October 20, 2010 03:14AM

Good Morning. I have a mobile home that is in good shape in Millsboro DE that I am willing to donate to a good cause. It is located in a Park and will need to be removed at your expense. If you would like pictures please send me an email.

Thank you

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Kandi Boo Animal Rescue (IP Logged)
Date: November 01, 2010 03:40PM

Dear Friend:

My name is Barbie Nemeth.

I am writing to you on behalf of opening our new not-for-profit “no-kill” animal rescue organization. In greater Savannah, Chatham, Liberty & Effingham Counties

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate cats and dogs that are on the high kill list for euthanasia, treating their illness if any and placing homeless animals into safe and loving homes, and not toward administrative costs.

Our family and dear friends Amanda Scearce, Lindsey Mlekush & Hess Putnam have been donating food, time, medical supplies, underground fencing, blankets , pillows, tarp everything you can imagine a helpless animal needs to numerous rescues throughout Georgia for quite some time now. We are always looking for the best way we can help these helpless animals.

After some excited brainstorming we came up with the idea to open our own not for profit rescue. Hence the name “Kandi Boo Rescue” came about.

Please allow me to offer some background into what inspired us to open Kandi Boo Animal Rescue.

We were informed, through corroborated stories of animal rescue volunteers of many unspoken tragedies that were suffered by the less fortunate animals at the local humane society. Notwithstanding the tireless endeavors and good intentions of the animal shelter, the fact remains that these facilities are unable to handle the increasingly heavy caseload of animals that are being rescued, abandoned or
relinquished every month - and unfortunately, the only option that many of these animals face is euthanasia.

After being made aware of the heartbreaking plight of these homeless animals, we feel
committed to do something to assist these no-kill animal rescue organizations, which are committed not only to educating the public about the issues of animal overpopulation, and offering of spay and neuter services to help address this problem, but also to finding foster or permanent homes for homeless animals, in lieu of euthanizing them. Our goal is to help defray some of their ongoing rescue-related costs: e.g., imminent medical care, food, sheltering, and follow-up vet visits (which include prescription costs).

Over the past few weeks, the media has given coverage to the heartbreaking plight of homeless animals – people are abandoning them left and right as they struggle to make ends meet.

The situation has become acute, and although taking measures to help
control the overpopulation of animals is important (through spay & neuter programs), our hearts lie with alleviating some of the current suffering of those animals already born that are unable to help themselves.

As a frequent donor to numerous charitable causes myself, I am sensitive to the fact that during this time of economic recession, it is most important to reach out and lend a hand to those less fortunate than myself, including the animals.
I myself own 4 former rescue dogs, Lindsey owns 2 former rescues and Amanda fosters animals from other No Kill Rescue Centers until they get adopted into their forever home.

Our last former “rescue”, who came to us, a very sweet, but timid guy, who rarely wagged his tail, and was too shy to display much affection. Now – “Sebastian” “referred to as “Mr. Wiggles” by some of his female fans) - is the estate’s ambassador of love, and a huge hit with our guests – especially the children.

It would be wonderful to offer a second chance at happiness to many more of these helpless animals who want nothing more but to be part of a loving home.

And so the dilemma begins.

We lease a 3 bedroom home on a very nice property…however the owner of the property will not give us permission to build kennels for the animals in the high kill facilities. And we are not in a position to buy a home as all of our extra income goes to care for these animals.

That is where you come in, we are graciously asking if you can donate a 3 bedroom mobile home and possibly a spot of land in the greater Savannah, GA area.
Either or is great, but if you could donate both we could get started allot faster in the building process.

Everything we receive is through donations, we don’t ask for cash donations in any way, shape or form. Materials for building the kennels, dog food Veterinarian vouchers for animals that need medical attention so on and so forth.


Our EIN number is 27-3751980
And our letter of Recognition for Exemption is in process as we speak.

We hope you will consider supporting what we believe to be a truly noble and selfless cause, being carried out by the many unsung heroes in our community.

We hope to be hearing from you very soon.

Barbie Nemeth
Kandi Boo Rescue
145 Community Rd
Bloomingdale, GA 31302


We are the parents of a 15 year old son with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and we also have full custody of our 6 year old granddaughter who was born with fetal alcohol syndrome.

Once we are up and running with the rescue we plan to incorporate Autistic children as well as children with other handicaps into our program.

Twice a month we will have the children come to the rescue and spend time with the animals; these 2 issues are very near and dear to our entire family and community.

Please save a life, help the high kill cats and dogs, help the children.
God Bless
The Nemeth’s

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: dustinhill (IP Logged)
Date: December 16, 2010 10:31PM

well in friday dec 10th my grandparents house caught fire and they lost everything. They have lived there for 43 years and their parents (my great grandparents) lived there before they did. my grandma is 68 and grandpa is 73 and make very little to nothing at all.They lost everything that they had and only have the clothes on their back. luckily they werent home at the time and at a drs oppointment for my grandpa that had 3 heart attacks 4 weeks ago. The house wasnt insured becuase it was so old and had wooden shingles on it and covereed up with rubber shingles and we have tried for years to get it insured and NO insurance agency would insure it at all!! i am their grandson and trying everything i can to get them a house to put in the place of the burnt home once i get it all cleaned up. I have looked everywhere and found this website hoping and praying i can find something for them to live in. I am looking for something like a 2 bedroom mobile home that is very livable that i can move in over there for them after i get the lot cleaned up. So if there is anyone in the Cenral Texas area that would be willing to donate them a good mobile home please let me know. i will pay to get it moved in over there. You can reach me at 254-913-2976 or u can email me

Thank you soo much and godbless !!!
Dustin Hill

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: sandra ezrow (IP Logged)
Date: January 14, 2011 03:36PM

have mobile home to donate in belleville,mi 3 bedroom 2 bath fireplace 2 full baths i am moving at the end of the month sandra

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: lanningtml (IP Logged)
Date: September 13, 2011 08:08AM

I have a 1997 16 X 80 Fleetwood in decent condition in the Wichita, Kansas area. I am losing a renter and would like to either sell it or possible donate it for a tax write off. The home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.

The home is in a mobile home park and would have to be moved at your expense.

Thank you

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Tmwilyumz (IP Logged)
Date: September 22, 2011 10:35PM

I am in dire need of a home for my family. Have you given your home away yet?

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Crystal1 (IP Logged)
Date: October 17, 2011 07:47PM

I am a children's case manager for an agency in eastern Pasco County, FL. I have a family of a grandmother and grandchild that are in need of a mobile home in good condition. Their current one is in very, very poor condition and to make all the repairs would likely cost more than the mobile home itself. The home no longer has a kitchen, needs all new floors (just wood plank from the bottom of MH) ceiling has rotted away, windows are missing or damaged, needs all new plumbing,etc.... I am looking for direction as to where to look for a donated mobile home. I am afraid the grandchild will be removed from the home due to condition of home. I am looking for ideas.... Thank you

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: sylvia0059 (IP Logged)
Date: October 19, 2011 10:08AM

You should call all the local mobile home dealers and ask if they could donate one or sell it at a reduced price, your local HUD office and your local Dept. of Health and Human Services for other contact numbers.

If she lives in a rural area you can also try USDA Rural Development Office. Even if her income is very low they may have a loan for her.

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: kandis (IP Logged)
Date: November 13, 2011 02:27AM

yes i was wondering if you stil had the moble home? my family just lost there moble home and eberything in it in a ouse fire november 10 2011.. im very positve we can have it moved my famiy has land to put it on.. my email is hope to hear from you soon..

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: swr (IP Logged)
Date: November 29, 2011 08:04AM

I am in search of donated mobile home in Georgia or South Carolina. My friend who is a single Mother, is living in terrible conditions. Her current mobile home is literally falling apart and she is unable to afford more. The county is the poorest in the state and resources are maxed out. Any used mobile home would greatly improve the quality of life for her and her four year old son.


Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: stacey (IP Logged)
Date: January 21, 2012 04:57PM

We have a mobile home in Canton MI that we are willing to donate to a good cause. It needs minor repairs to the doors but the kitchen and everything else is good. Removing it would have to be at your expense. Please let us know if you or someone you know might need this home,

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Godson (IP Logged)
Date: February 23, 2012 07:11AM

I'm looking for someone to donate a mobile home in good shape. I have a baby on the way and would truly appreciate it. Maybe one day I would be able to pay you back or help someone else in the future. Please feel free to email me at

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: rmurray (IP Logged)
Date: February 23, 2012 11:15PM

Your location might help???

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Godson (IP Logged)
Date: March 14, 2012 09:27AM

I am in Fl the Northwestern part

Re: Mobil Home Donation in Lancaster PA
Posted by: rayandnina (IP Logged)
Date: April 03, 2012 09:39PM

Inherited a good condition 2 BR 2 BA single wide Redman approx 23 years old....we would be glad to donate it. Removing it from the current park location would be at your expense. Well kept through out the years. Hope to find a new owner soon!

Re: Mobil Home Donation for Tax Write Off
Posted by: Pastor Alfred Kerr (IP Logged)
Date: August 22, 2012 12:11PM

Good afternoon everyone or morning!

I'm a Pastor in Tucson AZ looking for someone interested in donating a double wide mobile home in good conditions to use as a Church Parsonage and later a childrens church module. Just to reiterate the obvious it will be tax deductible for we are non-profit and have been in the Tucson community for 40 years. If anyone is interested please contact us at (520)282-37607 or (520) 294-4013. God Bless

Pastor Alfred Kerr

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