Where Can I Donate?

Please be aware that our donation centers close occasionally throughout the day for processing, so we recommend calling the store ahead of time when you plan to donate.

Retail Stores

Donate when and where it’s convenient for you at one of our 28 main retail stores. They accept household items and apparel seven days a week. Hours and types of items accepted vary by location – find your nearest donation location below.

Donation Bins

Drop in a bin and go is the quickest way to donate your goods.  We maintain a bin with our partner Cheney Stadium in Tacoma which is open five days a week.  Want to place a bin on your property and collect items for Goodwill?  Contact us to learn more.

Pay for Pick-Up

We have partnered with ReSupply to offer priority pick-up services. ReSupply is a veteran-owned and operated service that picks up and delivers your donations to Goodwill for a fee. Although we do not accept furniture, ReSupply can pick up furniture and it will be donated to another nonprofit in ReSupply’s network.

What Does Goodwill Do With My Donations?

You donations are turned into job training, placement and support services.  Funds generated from the sale of your donations provide FREE training in the greater Tacoma area, along with training facilities in Longview and Yakima. Goodwill offers 20+ programs that help people with barriers to employment reach their fullest potential and obtain a living-wage job. Your donations make a difference!

What Can I Donate?

We accept many household goods and textiles that are in good working or sellable condition. There are things we cannot accept due to damage, recalls, safety and other circumstances, so we created an easy-to-read reference guide below to answer all of your donation questions.

General Guidelines

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 Receipts

Please take a donation receipt for your tax records.

Thank You!

Your donation will help fund job training in our community.

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

In the Closet

Things we can accept:

  • Men’s, Women’s & Children’s Clothing
  • Accessories (belts, scarves, handbags, hats, ties)
  • Jewelry
  • Luggage
  • Shoes & Boots

On the Shelf

Things we can accept:

  • Books
  • Musical Instruments
  • Antiques, Decorations
  • Music, Movies
  • Vintage, Collectibles
  • Toys, Sporting Goods

Things we can't accept:

  • Magazines
  • Newspapers
  • Used candles

Around the House

Things we can accept:

  • Stereo & Sound Systems, CDs & DVD Players
  • Game Systems & Accessories
  • Vases, Lamps (without the bulbs)
  • Framed Art, Mirrors
  • Craft Supplies
  • Laptops, Tablets, E-Readers, Mobile Phones
  • Housewares- e.g., dishes, glasses, utensils, flatware
  • Small Working Appliances, e.g., microwaves, blenders, mixers, toaster ovens
  • Clean Domestics, e.g., linens, blankets, sheets, curtains, area rugs
  • Electronics Recycling: We work with eCycle Washington to help keep electronics and toxic materials out of our landfills.  We are currently able to accept non-working TVs, DVD & CD players as most locations. Some locations are unable to accept eCycle –  search your nearest location for information.

Things we can't accept:

  • U.S. Flags
  • Printers & Fax Machines
  • Food, Beverages, Perishable Items
  • Plastic Food/Storage Containers


Things we can accept:

  • Gardening & Lawn Care Equipment
  • BBQ Grills
  • Gently-Used & Clean Patio Furniture

(Gas-powered equipment must be drained of fuel)

In the Garage

Things we can accept:

  • Tools & Hardware
  • Garden Tools
  • Pet Care Supplies & Accessories
  • Workout Equipment – e.g., dumbbells, yoga mats, etc.
  • Bikes, Wheeled Toys

Things we can't accept:

  • Saw Blades & Sharp Tools
  • Construction Materials, Carpeting, Blinds
  • Automotive Parts, Tires
  • Flares, Fireworks, Flammable Items
  • Pet Food & Treats
  • Large Exercise Equipment e.g., treadmills

Living & Bedroom

Things we can accept:

  • Household goods
  • Room décor
  • Sheets
  • Throw pillows
  • Lamps
  • Appliances

Things we can't accept:

  • Furniture
  • Hardwired Light Fixtures
  • Light Bulbs
  • Mattresses
  • Bed Pillows
  • Futons
  • Cribs
  • Car Seats
  • Strollers

Additional Things We Can't Accept

To help us keep disposal costs down, we cannot accept any type of:

  • Liquids including personal care items
  • Non-working or broken items
  • Used candles
  • Plastic food containers
  • U.S. Flags
  • Printers & Fax Machines
  • Food, Beverages, Perishable Items
  • Plastic Food/Storage Containers
  • Magazines
  • Newspapers
  • Used candles
  • Construction Materials, Carpeting, Blinds
  • Automotive Parts, Tires
  • Pet Food & Treats
  • Large Exercise Equipment e.g., treadmills

We cannot accept these items due to safety reasons:

  • Anything that is broken, damaged, mildewed, wet or stained
  • Hazardous chemicals and products
  • Recalled products
  • Any type of fuel
  • Weapons and ammunition
  • Sharp knives and blades
  • Light bulbs if any kind
  • Batteries of any kind
  • Flares, Fireworks, Flammable Items
  • Saw Blades & Sharp Tools

For resources on where you can properly recycle or dispose of these items, please visit our Sustainabilty page.