How Can I Donate to Goodwill?

Goodwill makes it convenient and easy for you to donate.

Store Donation Centers 
Donate gently used clothing, household items, computers, toys and games, and other items at your local Goodwill store.  Locations

Workplace Donation Drives
For information on how to organize a Goodwill donation drive for your workplace, neighborhood, church, or organization, contact James Carpenter at 330-264-1300 or  It’s a quick and easy for your group to support Goodwill!

Convenient Home Pick-Up
We realize not everything you want to donate may fit in your vehicle – so let us pick it up for you!  Goodwill offers a FREE home pick up service. Our professional and courteous drivers will come right to your home, making it easier than ever for you to donate. Service available Monday through Friday, no weekends.  Please call in advance.  For more information on scheduling a home pickup, call (330) 264-1300 ext. 230.

Community Pick-Ups
For people who live in Wayne County but don’t live near a Goodwill store, we have the Community Pick-Up program. Goodwill’s Mobile Donation Truck is parked at the Doylestown Village Hall on the second Saturday of each month from 10am-2pm.  Additionally, on the fourth Saturday of each month, our trucks can be found at the West Salem community recycling area from 10am-2pm.

Estate Service
Goodwill offers an estate service for the convenience of you and your family. Because families often live out of town, or simply do not have the time that is needed to adequately assess and distribute the contents of a loved one’s estate after he or she passes away, Goodwill offers estate pick-up services. In addition to collecting items from the residence, Goodwill can also clean and prepare the residence for sale or rental. This includes trash disposal and cleaning of the interior of the home. Fees are based upon the amount of time required to complete the requested services. For more information about Goodwill’s estate services, or to receive a free quote, call (330) 264-1300 ext. 230.

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