KPFK Vehicle Donation Program
Pacifica Foundation Radio (Pacifica) was born in the late 1940's out of the (now nearly forgotten) peace movement surrounding World War Two. Lewis Hill, a conscientious objector and Washington, D.C. newsman, was fired from his mainstream reporting job when he refused to misrepresent the facts.
This was a time when the idea of a listener-sponsored radio station was a new one which had never been implemented. Many people doubted the viability of a broadcast model which didn't rely on some kind of corporate or government funding. But the idea was too compelling for Hill and others who agreed with him. Pacifica was born and in 1949 KPFA went on the air from Berkeley, California.
Donate a car to KPFK and help keep quality programming on-air. Each vehicle donation helps KPFK provide listeners with engaging and informative programs in the Southern California community. Make a difference today!
Have an old car taking up space in your driveway? Donate a vehicle to KPFK!
We accept all types of vehicles: