We are currently experiencing extremely high donation volumes and longer than usual wait times now that our donation centers have reopened. In order to maintain our safety standards for donors and employees, we are adjusting our donation hours:

 – New hours: 1pm-6pm daily at all locations except for Ellensburg, Yakima, Selah, Union Gap, Port Townsend, Port Angeles and Sequim.

 – Select locations will also close for donations on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  Click on the “More Info” link under the store listing for store and donation operation details.

– Our donation centers may also close temporarily throughout the day to process full donation containers and bring out empty ones for refilling.

We recommend calling a store ahead of time to ensure their donation center is currently accepting donations.

Donating During Busy Times

We know your time is precious, so we’ve put together a few tips that will help speed up your donation trip.  Prior to heading to Goodwill:

  • Place all items in bags or boxes (if possible) – This will help you to quickly grab your items to place in the bins for our no-contact donation drop off. We will gladly recycle or reuse your bags and boxes.
  • Sort by like items – We’ve set up donation bins by category – clothing, shoes, books & media, household items, glass, and linens.
  • We are unable to take large items like furniture at this time to maintain social distancing.

Thank you for your patience during this extremely busy donation period.

Making Donating Safe for Everyone

We're Offering No Contact Donation Drop Off

Please ask for assistance if you require help with unloading your vehicle

Place Your Donations in the Bin

For your safety and ours, donation attendants will wear safety PPE and practice safe
distancing while you make your donation.

Small Items Only Please

We are unable to accept furniture and large household items at this time.

Take Your Receipt

Please take a donation receipt for your tax records.

Thank You!

Your donation will help fund job training in our community.

Donations Help Your Community


Job Training

8,334 people were provided job training, placement, and support services in 2019 thanks to your donations.


77 million pounds of donated goods were kept out of landfills through recycling and repurposing in 2019

Community Partnerships

Local school programs raised more than $7000 through Goodwill donation drives since 2018.

Your donations make a difference. That sweater you haven’t worn lately, those toys the kids have outgrown, donate them! Goodwill turns your donations into jobs through our job training programs and support services. Feel good about cleaning out your closet or decluttering the garage because those gently used items you donate help provide career pathways for people in your community.

Partner with us. Earn money for your non-profit, donate overstock or discontinued merchandise, or schedule a household pick up by partnering with Goodwill’s Community Donations team.

Sustainability. Goodwill is one of the region’s largest recyclers.  You could say we were one of the original recyclers, repairing and selling donated items in the early days of the 20th century.  Today, we work with local agencies to recycle everything from electronics to glass, keeping tens of millions of pounds out of the landfills each year.

Give a gift. A financial gift ensures free job training and career pathway services for those in your community.