As of June 15, 2016, the former Goodwill Receipt Builder will be accessible ONLY for viewing and printing the record of past donations and the site will permanently close on May 1, 2017. To track new donations, please visit our new site: www.amazingGoodwillDonationReceipt.com, or click on the button below.
You've cleaned out that closet, or maybe your basement or attic. Perhaps you are moving, or maybe you just needed to make some room and simplify your life. Whatever the reason, you've done the hard part — donating your items to Goodwill is easy.
Please review our donor guidelines that list items we Do and DO NOT accept.
Goodwill Car Donations accepts all vehicles in any condition. The donation process is quick and easy, and vehicles donations are tax deductible. Simply fill out our Online Donation Form. Goodwill Car Donations will arrange for a tow truck to pick up your vehicle within 24-48 hours at your convenience and towing is free. Your donated vehicle will be sold at auction for the highest possible amount and the proceeds from your vehicle donation will be used to better Goodwill's mission.
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If you itemize deductions on your federal tax return, you are entitled to claim a charitable deduction for your Goodwill donations.
Donate your surplus inventory to Goodwill. There are many benefits!
If you have medical equipment that you no longer use, why not consider donating it to Goodwill. We are partnering with the Mobility Store that offers quality, refurbished medical equipment and other aids at a considerably reduced price. For more information regarding this program visit ifmobility.mcservices.com.
As one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electronic products, Dell has joined together with one of the oldest and most respected non-profit organizations, Goodwill Industries®, to create Dell Reconnect. This exciting program makes getting rid of old technology easy and free. Simply pack your old computer equipment into the car with other household donations and drop it off at a participating Goodwill® location where the trained staff will inspect each item and determine whether to reuse, refurbish, or recycle it.