Car donations and the donation of other valuables provide skills training, coaching and employment supports to people who face barriers to employment. Change lives and donate today.
As a registered charity, Goodwill is able to issue tax receipts for gifts of jewelry, property, vehicles, coins and other valuables with a Fair Market Value of over $50.
Thanks for considering our charity with your donation of valuables! Goodwill Industries, Ontario Great Lakes is able to issue you a charitable tax receipt reflecting the fair market value for gifts such as estate jewelry, antiques, collectables, and more.
If you’d like to receive a charitable tax receipt, you must first fill out the form below to schedule an assessment and provide a list of items. Please include any receipts, appraisals or suggested Fair Market Value. Tax receipts can only be issued for items valued over $50.
For items with a fair market value of $1,000 or greater, a tax receipt can only be issued if an independent third party appraisal (completed within one year) is provided by the donor.
Change lives by donating your car, boat, motorcycle, RV or ATV for GOOD
We’ve partnered with Donate A Car Canada to accept your car, boat, motorcycle, RV, ATV or other vehicle donation on behalf of Goodwill. It’s easy to donate… simply fill out the vehicle donation form online or call 1-877-250-4904, and Donate a Car Canada will coordinate a free pick up/towing of your vehicle. Your vehicle will either be recycled or sold at auction – depending on its condition, age and location. The proceeds will go to Goodwill Industries, Ontario Great Lakes and we’ll issue you a tax receipt for its value.
Tax Receipt Request Form
Your information will help us determine whether your item(s) will be eligible for a charitable tax receipt. We will reply promptly.
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 Community Stores, Donation Centres, 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.