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“We know there’s going to be a significant impact,” said Chad Iseman, director of the Kidney Cars program for the National Kidney Foundation. Iseman says the foundation gets about 19% of its annual revenue from selling donated cars. The charity said it estimates a 10% to 15% decline because of the federal rebates.

“Really, the only question is to what degree cash-for-clunkers is going to affect our bottom line and our ability to serve our constituents,” said Iseman, who, along with Goodwill CEO Jim Gibbons, met with members of Congress in April to express concern.
 
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