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Did you know? Goodwill receives, repurposes or recycles more than 235 million pounds of donated items out of Colorado landfills each year. We are the “OG” recycler, and we’ve been keeping Colorado beautiful for more than a century.
A cleaner home also means a cleaner environment. By donating your gently used appliances, plates, silverware, decorations, shoes or clothing to Goodwill, you’re helping our planet by giving new life to those items. Through our stores, outlets and recycling partners, we do our best to steward your generous donations with integrity.
Together, we create a cycle of good that provides life-changing opportunities for thousands of Coloradans each year!
Donating your computer? Click here to learn about our free computer recycling program through Dell Reconnect™.
Beginning February 6, 2023, we are proud to once again offer home pick-ups of donated items, now through our partner, ReSupply. Please note this is a fee-based service. Here’s how it works:
Due to our commitment to safety and the environment, government regulations, and the high cost of disposal, we are unable to accept certain items. To help us steward donations and avoid frustration during your donation drop-off, know before you go! Check out our “can” and “cannot” accept lists below.
YES PLEASE! We gladly accept the following items in gently used, re-sellable condition:
NO THANK YOU! We cannot accept the following items:
Here are a few tips to ensure your donation delivers the maximum value to your community:
Goodwill of Colorado is a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Click here to download the material donations receipt for you to list each item and assign it a value for every time you donate. Because no goods or services were provided in exchange for your material goods, your donations may be tax-deductible. Federal law states that donated clothing and household goods must be in “good usable condition or better” in order to qualify for a tax deduction. IRS regulations prohibit charitable organizations from establishing or affirming the value of contributions. Because Every tax situation is unique, please consult with your tax professional.
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