Free Car Repair for Single Moms

While perusing online stories about single moms I came across this one about an organization that gives free car repair for it’s city’s single moms. It’s a very uplifting story of one man’s quest to help single moms get car service. It started out as a ministry in his church but it grew exponentially in 6 weeks so he had to branch out and form a nonprofit organization called Hands of the Carpenter. At first the services included home and car repair but the car repair requests became the most popular request at 600 calls in that first 6 week period.

It’s people and organizations like this that make life easier for the single mom who may be struggling financially but need basic services. A broken down car adds to the burden we face so God bless the people who are offering services like this.

Hands of the Carpenter is located in Denver, Colorado but there are other organizations around the country that offer similar services. Here’s a list of a few organizations in the US that are helping single moms with auto repairs or transportation:

Helping Hands for Single Moms – Scotsdale, Arizona
Wheels of Success – Tampa, Florida
Christian Auto Repairmen Serving (CARS) – Indiana

7 Responses to “Free Car Repair for Single Moms”

Read below or add a comment...

  1. Tuesday says:

    Wow you are so inspiring to me. I must admit I am new to this whole blog thing it took me twenty minutes just to figure the comments out. Thanks for your comment you can add me absolutly. I will be following you too =) Thanks for giving me hope!

  2. Rich Single Momma says:

    I’m glad that I’ve inspired you in some way. You will get the hang of it in no time and you can feel free to ask me questions or for help. I am happy to share my knowledge. Take care and come back often.

  3. Crystal says:

    Hi,

    My name is Crystal and I’m a single mother of a ten year old daughter and a six year old son. I’m also a college student at South University pursuing my Associates in Allied Health, and working full time at a distribution center in Poinciana, Fl which is located 45 miles from the city I live in which is Orlando. The reason I’m writing this letter is because I’m in the need of major car repair that I can not afford at this time nor do I have any relatives that are able to help me at this moment. I just recently found out when going to get an oil change that I need my head gaskets replaced, my engine oil is leaking into my antifreeze. I was told that it cost at least $1,100-$1,500 to repair. And I’m not sure how long this has been this way. All I know is that I can’t drive my car that way and I need transportation at least back and forth from work because the bus does not run that far. So I’m asking that if you or someone you know can donate money or repair my car for a much cheaper price please contact me.

    Thanks you,
    Crystal

  4. Well, Colorado but there are other organizations around the country that offer similar services.

  5. Adrienne says:

    Hi, do you know if any program like the story here in Chicago? I’m looking for help with my car repairs. I too am a single mother of three. Thanks and God bless you and yours.

  6. Admin says:

    I will look into that and see what I come up with. I’ll try to post an update if I find information.

  7. Nicki says:

    Do you have any programs in Atlanta

Leave a Reply