promote the Gospel.
Where do you pick up car
donations in Wyoming?
We pick up car donations
throughout the state of Wyoming, including: Cheyenne, Laramie,
Casper, Green River, Gillette, Rock Springs, Cody, Jackson,
Powell, Sheridan, Worland, Wheatland
Is my car donation made in
Wyoming tax deductible?
Vehicles donated on this site
will benefit Family
Lifelines, a nonprofit Christian Ministry classified with
the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and are tax
What paperwork do I need
to donate my vehicle in Wyoming?
In most cases we need the title
to the vehicle. But, if you do not have title papers you can
apply for a replacement title before donating your vehicle.
Please visit the Wyoming DMV web site to obtain the necessary
forms before donating: Wyoming
Motor Vehicle Department
How do I release the
liability of my donated vehicle in Wyoming?
You can contact the Wyoming
Department of Motor Vehicles with any questions you about about
how to release the liability of your donated vehicle. For
additional information, please refer to the Wyoming DMV web
Wyoming Motor Vehicle Department
Travel information for Wyoming
After the Union Pacific Railroad
reached the town of Cheyenne, which later became the state
capital, in 1867, the population began to grow steadily in the
Territory, established on July 25, 1868. Unlike the states of
Montana to the north South Dakota to the east and Colorado to
the south, Wyoming never experienced a rapid population boom due
to any major mineral discoveries such as gold or silver. Copper
could also be found in some areas of the state.
Wyoming. It's the place where
names memorialize struggles to settle the West. Spring Creek
Raid at Tensleep. The Bloody Bozeman Trail. Crazy Woman Creek.
Plan to stay in a real frontier hotel, where the west's taste
for venison led to a brutal murder and a hanging. Wander across
star-spangled spaces, where Pony Express Riders outran scouting
parties and covered wagons carved ruts deep across the prairie.
Frontier museums display unparalleled pioneer treasures, and
historical reenactments give them new life. Diaries of pioneer
daughters document their grueling pursuit of the American dream
The peaks of the Grand Teton
Range descend gradually into rolling foothills, then taper off
into the wide-open plains of the eastern part of the state. This
diverse geography is what makes the state a haven for outdoor
enthusiasts, and a paradise for visitors and residents alike. In
Rockies, the rugged landscape offers world class skiing and
snowboarding, mountain biking, and kayaking through the Snake
River Canyon. Trophy trout are regularly pulled from mountain
streams and lakes, while big and small game hunting tours are
popular throughout the state.