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Every time you donate to Goodwill, you are creating work for someone in your community who faces barriers to employment… giving job skills, employment training, coaching, and additional opportunities to help them succeed.

Change lives, donate today, and support someone on their path to work.

Donating your stuff is easy and convenient at your local Goodwill Donation Centre.

We welcome clothes donations, household items, books, electronics and more at your local Goodwill Donation Centre. When you arrive at our drop-off, place your donations in the cart provided and our Donation Attendant will be there to help direct, answer any questions, or assist with unloading from your vehicle!

Does Goodwill Accept Furniture and Electronics?

We appreciate your kindness and thinking of our charity with your donations; however, know that Donation Attendants may politely refuse items we are unable to accept – such as mattresses/boxsprings, large furniture and heavy items (> 50 lbs), items that are hazardous, have been recalled, banned, or do not meet current safety standards. We can recycle your non-working electronics provided they are not too large and heavy.

All donations must be clean and in resale condition.
If donating electronics that are not working properly, or for recycling, please label item as ‘not working’ and advise attendant.

Still not sure if we’ll accept your item? Contact us.

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Do you have gently used wheelchairs, walkers or canes that you don’t need?

We would love to give them a new life and get them into the hands of those in need through Goodwill Mobility.

You donate. We train. People work.

Every time you donate to Goodwill you are creating work for someone who needs it. You fuel our mission of changing lives through the power of WORK. We employ over 1,200 people through our Donation Centres, Community Stores, sorting/recycling, manufacturing and hospitality programs, providing good jobs with real on-the-job work experience, a living wage and benefits while helping to address barriers that sometimes prevent people from finding and keeping a job such as mental or physical illness, youth that are at-risk and new Canadians.