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

What to Donate

Goodwill gratefully accepts gently-used goods in usable condition. Please donate clothing; shoes; accessories including belts, handbags, hats, jewelry, and scarves; backpacks; bags; luggage; cookware including bakeware, dishes, glassware, pots, and pans; small electronics including alarm clocks, coffee pots, and toaster ovens; and home electronics including computers, laptops, flat-screen TVs, stereo equipment, books, CDs, and DVDs.

We ask that you not donate ripped, dirty, or broken goods; car seats; playpens; cribs; large furniture; mattresses; bed frames; encyclopedias; textbooks; cassette tapes; VHS tapes; non flat-screen TVs, exercise equipment; tires; or cleaning supplies, paint, batteries, or any other hazardous materials. 

Dell Reconnect, a partnership between Goodwill and Dell, offers residents the opportunity to donate old computers free of charge. All computers and parts are responsibly recycled within the United States. It’s always best practice to wipe all personal data off your devices before donating.

 

    Questions? Contact us via email at info@goodwillmass.org or call 888-828-4483.

    Schedule pick up with College Hunks Hauling

    You can schedule a no-obligation visit via the following methods:

    • Visit www.CollegeHunks.com and complete a “Pick Up Request” form.
    • Call College Hunks at 888-461-5241 and identify yourself as a Goodwill donation partner with a request for pick-up service.

    College Hunks Hauling will visit your location and provide a no-obligation estimate for removal and transport of your items. If the estimate meets with your approval, the College Hunks Hauling team will immediately proceed with your pick up.

    *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.