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End of Year Giving

END OF YEAR GIVING AT GOODWILL

Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the Central Savannah River Area makes it easy to give back and do good! Simply gather up the items you want to donate and drop them off at your local donation center. We gladly accept donations of clothing, shoes, accessories, home goods, and even cars! Best of all, we make the donation process quick and easy so you can get back to your busy day. If you prefer donating financially, you can always donate to our Goodwill Foundation.

Your meaningful year-end donation is the gift that keeps on giving. 

DONATE.

Donate gently used items to your local Goodwill.

SHOP.

Shop at Goodwill for affordable holiday gifts.

GIVE.

Give a monetary gift to empower Goodwill’s mission.

HOW YOUR DONATIONS CREATE CHANGE

When you donate to Goodwill, your clothing, kitchenware, appliances, furniture, toys or other household goods help provide jobs and free job training services for thousands of Georgians each year.

Each donated item is sorted, priced and processed for the sales floor by a Goodwill employee — many of whom sought Goodwill’s help to overcome a disability or other barrier to employment.

Revenue generated through the sale of donated items supports Goodwill’s community-based employment and Helms College. Thanks to you, each year thousands of people across Middle Georgia and the Central Savannah River Area receive free assistance in obtaining a job, a better job or a career.

The bottom line? When you donate to Goodwill, you invest in the futures of people across your community.

In the last five years, Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia & the CSRA served 69,455 people, placed 28,079 people into competitive employment, and had a $952 million positive economic impact on the 35 counties it serves.

What's your donation worth

Follow these easy steps each time you donate to ensure you have a complete record of all the items you have donated to Goodwill at tax time. Based on IRS regulations, it’s up to donors to document the value of their donations.

1.Create a list of all the items donated
2. Refer to the Suggested Value List Guide
3. Record what each item is worth