A charity would only be grateful for your timeshare if it was financially viable, they have a duty of care to the people they support to make wise investments.

If the annual costs of your timeshare exceed the expected rental then your timeshare is defunct, this is because nobody wants an asset that costs more to maintain than the income it can produce.

In addition to this there is the risk of a special assessment, the older your timeshare the greater the risk of special assessment. Add to this the legal costs and potential risk while they try to sell it and you can understand why you “do not qualify”

Sadly some timeshares are no longer financially viable for you or the charity and that is when you need to just get rid of your timeshare.