In these challenging times, we continue our commitment to individuals and families in our community and we are grateful for the support we have received from so many. Effective March 19, 2020, we are temporarily closing our stores and donation sites in Massachusetts until April 7. We will need your donations of clothing and household goods when we reopen so please hold onto them until then. Last year we served more than 6,300 people through job training, career services, and programs for young adults and we know the demand will be much greater in the months ahead. Please consider making a financial donation at www.goodwillmass.org/giving to allow us to continue to deliver our critical mission services. We truly appreciate your continued commitment to Goodwill and the people we serve.
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Donations

When you donate to Goodwill you help people achieve independence and dignity through work.

Donations

Goodwill depends on the donation of clothing and household goods to fulfill its mission of helping people with barriers to self-sufficiency to achieve independence and dignity through work. Each year, Goodwill collects more than 31 million pounds of donations at its donation centers and retail stores in eastern and central Massachusetts.

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Your tax deductible donations of goods do much good.  When they arrive at Goodwill, they:

  • Are handled, sorted, packaged, shipped and sold by a team that includes job trainees with disabilities and other barriers to self-sufficiency who earn a paycheck while being trained for competitive jobs in the marketplace.
  • Generate revenue that supports Goodwill's many job training and community programs, serving thousands of people in eastern and central Massachusetts.
  • Provide low-cost, quality clothing and merchandise that allows people in the community to stretch their dollars.
  • Give Boston-area job training graduates interview appropriate clothing free of charge through Goodwill's Clothing Collaborative for Job Trainees.
  • Are also distributed to dozens of other community-based organizations, such as Pine Street Inn, the region's largest provider of services to homeless individuals, to help them achieve their missions.

Whether it is an individual living with a developmental disability who receives on-the-job-training sorting, pin-tagging and hanging your donated clothing; a single parent able to support her family through her job in one of the Goodwill stores, or the 16-year-old girl growing up in a family of limited means who is able to find her "dream prom dress" at one of the Goodwill stores – when you donate goods to Goodwill you help to make a very big difference in people's lives.

Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries is a regisered 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Our federal tax ID number is 04-2106765.

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