Your donations of clothing and other household items help us provide jobs for people with disabilities and workplace disadvantages in our community. By donating to Wabash Valley Goodwill, you support our mission to develop the productive capabilities of every person served by our Goodwill. Our goal is to assist people with overcoming barriers, gaining employment, and becoming full participants in the life of our community; and become, in the process, taxpayers rather than tax money recipients. Your donations of clothing and other materials are the fuel for our mission-based engine as we strive to achieve these goals, and we thank you for your support.
Wabash Valley Goodwill Locations
Goodwill Can't Accept
- Women’s, men’s, girls’, boys’ and infants’
- Shoes and boots
- Hats, gloves, mittens and scarves
- Purses, jewelry, belts and accessories
- Dishes, kitchen utensils, lamps and small appliances
- Lamps, paintings, frames, shelves, baskets and wall decorations
- Dressers, tables, bed frames, sofas and more
- Antiques and collectibles
- Hardware and tools
- Curtains, drapery, blinds, linen, bedspreads and blankets
- Washers, dryers, refrigerators and more
- Books, school textbooks, records, compact discs, videotapes and DVDs
- Games, bikes, sporting equipment and toys
- Video game consoles and accessories, video equipment and recording devices (VHS, DVD, etc.)
- Printers, electronics and other computer accessories (mice, keyboards, monitors, power cords and adapters, scanners, MP3 players, cell phones, etc.)
- Goodwill is a partnered with Dell on the Dell Reconnect program, which ensures that donated computers are safely and securely recycled.
- This ensures that hazardous substances, like mercury, don’t end up in landfills, and helps keep donors’ safe.
- Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana does not sell donated computers in our stores. All computers are recycled through Dell Reconnect.
All donations that Goodwill can sell in our stores are greatly appreciated. However, when Goodwill receives items that cannot be sold, staff must dispose of them – this includes loose papers that could contain donors’ personal information. Disposal of such items (especially secure shredding of loose papers) raises expenses and reduces the revenue available for employment and educational services.Items we can’t accept include:
- Documents containing personal information, including bank statements, passports, checkbooks, medical histories and other, similar materials. Donors should always check their donations for such materials before donating.
- Used tires
- Hot water heaters
- Carpeting and padding
- Mattresses, bed springs, sofa beds, hospital beds
- Cribs and carseats
- Household trash and garbage
- Scrap lumber, concrete, bricks, stones
- Air conditioners
- Paint, household chemicals, insecticides, etc.
- Food items
- Large commercial desks
- Entertainment Centers
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Pick-up days are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 AM - 3 PM, and you must use the online pick-up scheduler.
Pick-up location is 2702 South Third street at the Main location office.
We can no longer allow for items to be picked up the same day as payment.