Acceptable Donations

We gladly accept (in gently used condition):

  • Area rugs
  • Bed frames
  • Bicycles
  • Books
  • Clothing
  • Computers, Printers and Accessories (in any condition)
  • Dishes, pots and pans
  • Hand tools
  • Household furniture
  • Lamps in working order
  • Lawn and garden tools
  • Lawn furniture
  • Shoes
  • Small appliances and microwave ovens
  • Sports/workout equipment
  • Televisions, non-CRT (flat screen TVs in working condition)
  • Toys

We are unable to accept:

It’s hard to say “No Thank You” to a donation when our operating funds are realized through the sale of donated materials. Items can be refused for some very good reasons:  Some items are not recyclable or contain hazardous waste. Others cost more to transport, repair or refurbish than they can be sold for in our stores. Goodwill employees may decline a donation if, in their judgment, it is not in clean, or in saleable condition or  if they are unable to assist with larger items due to risk of injury.

  • Ammunition or Weapons, (including BB guns, pellet guns and arrows)
  • Any items that do not meet current safety standards of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • Automobile parts
  • Baby Equipment
  • Bunk beds
  • Construction debris
  • Copiers
  • Food
  • Hair Dryers w/o GFI
  • Halogen Lamps w/o Mesh Guard
  • Hazardous Wastes (lead acid batteries, paints, fuels, solvents, oils or equipment containing these)
  • Household or Industrial Chemicals
  • Humidifiers
  • Large appliances
  • Mattresses,box springs, waterbeds, bed pillows
  • Medical assistive devices and hospital beds
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Pianos and Organs
  • Televisions, CRT (tube style TVs in any condition)
  • Used Bike Helmets
  • Venetian Blinds
  • Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
Ken Christian
Senior Director, Communications
Goodwill Administrative Office

Updated 6 months ago by Ken Christian