Donations to Goodwill Stores
Your donations truly make the difference in the lives of thousands of people with disabilities and barriers to employment! We try to make it easy for you to give. All of our store locations accept donations during business hours. (To be assured your donations are being used the way you intend, please DO NOT leave donations outside the stores after business hours; items may end up in the hands of thieves.)
We appreciate your generosity but we cannot accept the following items:
Large Appliances - Refrigerators, Stoves, Washers & Dryers, etc.
Large Appliances - Sinks, Vanities, Shower Stalls, Shower Doors, etc.
Large Appliances - Doors of any type
Mattresses, Box Springs, and Water Beds
Hazardous Materials: (Ammunition, Firearms, Paint, Solvents, Chemicals, Etc.)
Car or Truck Parts of Any Kind (Tires Included)
Baby Furniture or Equipment of Any Kind
Encyclopedias, Reference Books & Magazines
Wet Items of Any Kind
Console TVs and Console Stereos
Large Exercise Equipment
Would you like a tax write off by donating a used car, truck, RV or boat? Goodwill’s Used Car program may be just what you are looking for. We accept vehicles in all conditions, running, or not. This includes: cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, boats, motorcycles, airplanes, RVs and sports vehicles just to name a few.
How do I donate my vehicle?
Fill out this online form and one of our donation specialists will call you back to arrange your vehicle donation. Or, call the Goodwill Vehicle donation line: (866) 492-2770 (Operators are standing by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.)
We arrange a time within 24-72 hours to pick up your vehicle at your convenience.
We’ll send you complete tax deduction information.
You will need a clear title (no liens) in your name.
If you have any questions please call the Goodwill Vehicle donation line at (866) 492-2770 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week). Or, go to GoodwillCarDonation.org for more information.
Goodwill Industries is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which means that you can deduct the fair market value value of all material donations you make to us from your federal income taxes. It is up to you to assign a value to your donations. Fair market value is considered to be the price a willing, informed buyer would pay for an item.
For more information, the government publishes regulations regarding charitable contributions and determining the fair market value of property. See IRS Publication 561 in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. For your convenience, click here for a value range of commonly donated Goodwill items.
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