It’s a win-win for donors, Goodwill and the environment: old computers, laptops, TV’s and monitors are reused through the sales at our stores or responsibly recycled – keeping items out of the waste stream entirely and supporting Goodwill’s job training and placement programs.
Goodwill has more than 50 donation locations across its service area. For additional information about donating to Goodwill, especially from small businesses, school districts or other nonprofits, email Donor Services at: email@example.com or call 800-584-7996.
Additional resources about E-Cycling are available, including ecyclewashington.org and wmmfa.net.
Do you toss damaged clothes, shoes and household linens into the trash because you think they can’t be donated?
We’ve got great news: clothes and linens that aren’t reusable can be recycled into industrial wiping cloths, sound-proofing and other insulation and more. So along with reusable clothes, gather up your mismatched socks, ripped t-shirts and faded, old sheets and bring them to Goodwill. MORE clothes, shoes and linens are acceptable than ever before — the good, the bad and the ugly —as long as they’re not wet, mildewed or contaminated with hazardous materials.
Visit any of our donation locations to donate your textiles today.