I will donate: When you donate to Goodwill you help people achieve independence and dignity through work.
Donors who itemize their tax returns are entitled to make a "fair market value" deduction from their federal income tax. Goodwill cannot provide donors with a value for their goods (non-cash) donations. Donors are required by federal law to place their own value on donated items.
Please note that under the Pension Reform Act of 2006: Donated items must be in good condition in order to claim a deduction, and a qualified appraisal must accompany claims greater than $500. The law does not define "good condition," and the IRS says the responsibility of defining the condition and value of the items is the responsibility of the donor.
To determine the fair market value for your donations, we recommend that you obtain IRS publications 526 and 561 or visit the IRS website at www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p561.pdf.
You can also download a Valuation Guide for Goodwill Donors to see what items typically cost in a Goodwill Store. Our federal tax ID number is 04-2106765.
Download a tax receipt or you may use the form below.
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries collaborates with hundreds of employers to promote and facilitate the hiring of individuals facing barriers to employment. These collaborations bring trained, dedicated employees to the workforce, and help people achieve independence and dignity.
Eric Chouinard - I Will Work
Visitors to the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem see exhibitions and collections that include Native American artifacts, fashions of Iris Apfel, photographs by Valerie Belin, and paintings from India. What they don’t see is dust, fingerprints, or smears. That’s because the museum hired an enthusiastic high school student named Eric Chouinard as a member of their maintenance and janitorial team.Read more...