Remember that any donation counts. Even if you don't see a use for it, someone else might.
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Our stores take gently used items in good condition. Donations should be clean, safe and resaleable. Your donations to Goodwill are tax deductible. You can find all donation sites here. We are unable to do home pick-ups. To find a list of items we cannot accept, please scroll to the next section.
Goodwill employees may decline a donation if it is not in clean or in saleable condition or if they are unable to assist with larger items due to risk of injury. Our employees often help unload donations, however cannot help if (in their judgement) doing so may damage any vehicle, or if doing so is unsafe for them or anyone else.
All your donations to Goodwill NNE are tax deductible. If you didn’t get a receipt for your last donation, you can get one here.
The IRS allows you to deduct fair market value for gently-used items. If you’re not sure what your donation might be worth, there’s a helpful guide here.
Looking to support Goodwill’s mission with a gift? You can do that here.
Your donation is generally for any person in their recipient list and most of them are truly in need of these things. So, when you are looking to give a donation, be certain that it can readily be beneficial to the person receiving it and will not cause any problem in their lives.
If you are certain you wish to channel your donation through goodwill, then you would do well to give the following steps a try so that you will be guided properly. Goodwill can often be quite strict on some matters pertaining to the donation of furniture.