Support Goodwill by donating your gently used clothing and household items at any of our retail stores or attended donation centers. Your goods donations will be sold in our retail stores and provide direct support for our mission. You may be able to receive tax benefits.
Drop off your donations at any of our retail locations and attended donation centers conveniently located throughout Oahu, Kailua-Kona, Hilo, and Maui.
Goodwill Industries is looking for any of the following items that are in clean, saleable condition:
“Clean and saleable” means you would give it to a good friend. There are exceptions regarding certain items. Please call (808) 836-WORK (9675) for additional information.
Goodwill cannot use or cannot accept and therefore declines donations of the following items:
All Manufacturer-Recalled Products
Chemicals, Paints, Poisons, Oils, Cleaning Products, Compressed Air/Gas Containers (including SCUBA tanks)
Contact your local Transfer Station for disposal information.
Major Appliances – Stoves, Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, Water Heaters, TVs, Fax Machines, Copy Machines
Vacuum Cleaners (acceptable if dust bag has been removed)
VCR & DVD Players (not accepted in Hilo only)
Stereos & Speakers (not accepted in Hilo only)
Telephones & Cell Phones (not accepted in Hilo only)
Gaming Consoles & Electronic Game Cartridges (not accepted in Hilo only)
Wall-to-Wall Carpeting & Padding House Fixtures
Toilets &Toilet Seats
Halogen Lamps Fluorescent Light Bulbs
Rusty Metal Desks & Cabinets
Outdoor Swing Sets
Beds, Mattresses, Box Springs
Machinery or Parts
Gas-Powered Lawn Mowers
Car Parts, Tires, Wheels
Baby Car Seats
Why can’t Goodwill use these items? Some items cost more to transport, repair or refurbish than they can be sold for in our stores, taking money away from our mission. Others are not recyclable or contain hazardous waste, and present potential liability issues. In general, hazardous waste and items requiring repair, assembly or cleaning cannot be accepted.
It’s best to call (808) 836-WORK (9675) to double-check the acceptability of questionable items.