Donate Your Vehicle to Sun Sounds and Turn it into the Programs You Love

blue mercedesDo you have a vehicle that you are not driving anymore? Donate it to to Sun Sounds and turn it into money for Sun Sounds.

Call 602-526-3157 or Member Services at 480-774-8400, or click on

Our certified mechanics will evaluate your vehicle, and possibly fix it up for the highest resale value, and the highest tax write-off. 

We'll tow it away for free, Sun Sounds gets a donation, AND YOU get a tax write-off! Everybody wins!

Local Studio Hours

Sun Sounds Studios in Tempe, Flagstaff and Tucson are open to a limited number of volunteers on a limited schedule.  Please contact your Studio Manager for hours. 

Business Hours are Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

Tempe: 480-774-8300
Andrea Pasquale - [email protected] 
Tucson: 520-296-2400
Murry Everson - [email protected]
Flagstaff: 928-779-1775
Gina Byars - [email protected]

Participants Wanted for Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Exercise


people going up and down an escalatorPhoenix Sky Harbor Airport is conducting an exercise on rescue, triage, treatment, transport command and family assistance for volunteers with disabilities, to role play passengers and family members.  It itaking place Wednesday October 25th from 6-10pm at various Sky Harbor on-site and off-site locations.  For information email [email protected] or by calling 602-320-7669

Interested in Volunteering for Sun Sounds?

We would love to have you as a volunteer reader or Ambassador.  Learn more about our volunteer opportunities. Sign up here to volunteer. All volunteer applicants must attend a virtual orientation session.

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