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Donations of Household Goods:
Thank you for choosing to donate to Goodwill! We accept gently used clothing, household wares and linens, furniture and small appliances for resale in our stores. Proceeds from the sale of these goods help support our work in providing employment training and finding people jobs.
For safety and practical reasons, we cannot accept donations of non-functioning electrical goods; used mattresses; sofa beds; large appliances; computers; televisions; microwaves; pianos; furniture that is broken, stained or torn; tires or other car parts; propane tanks; building and construction material; and paints.These goods are not saleable through our stores and are extremely costly to dispose of.
Unfortunately, due to economic reasons, Goodwill does not operate a home pick-up service..
Donations of Business Goods:
By special arrangement, we are happy to receive donations of surplus inventory and other goods, both new and used, directly from businesses. In some cases we are able to issue a tax receipt for these types of donations. To learn more, contact
Albert Deveau, Director of Retail Operations
|We Don't accept||We DO Accept|
|Mattresses and Boxsprings||Clothing and accessories|
|Computers and related items||CDs, DVDs, movies, records|
|Used blinds||Toys, intact, not broken|
|Bed pillows||Plush toys, clean|
|Toilets, sinks||Small household appliances|
|Baby equipment, cribs, etc.||Vacuums|
|Magazines||Dishes, glassware, cups|
|Furniture in need of repair||Kitchen ware|
|Soiled, stained or broken items||Furniture, (please call first)|
|Gas powered items||Jewellery|
|Food||Artwork, pictures, prints, frames|
|Remodelling debris||Bedding and linens|
|Sofa beds, futons||Luggage|
|Exercise equipment||Sporting Goods|
|Skiis or poles||Books|
|Helmets, (hockey, bike, etc.)||Flatware|