Goodwill reuses, repurposes and recycles clothing, household goods and other materials in many ways, keeping tons of items out of the landfills.

Here's how Goodwill puts your donations to work –

Clothing, Housewares & Household Items, you support
Sales in our stores that help fund Goodwill job training programs,
including Recycling Processing & Retail Associate Training
Business Attire, you provide
Suit YourSelf interview clothing and coaching for job-seekers
Outfits for Suit YourSelf participants who land the job
Old T-shirts and Towels, you support
Recycled Rags Training Program where processing and sales of industrial rags provide real world job training.
Cardboard Boxes
Waste Cardboard Recycling Training Program where processing and sales of waste cardboard give people job skills in recycling
Computers & Computer Equipment
removes dangerous materials from the waste stream and generates
Dell Reconnect income to help provide real world training in recycling
Small Appliances & Electronics
Electrical Testing & Quality Control job training program that places
working electronics in the Goodwill stores
All Your Donations to Goodwill
Stay in the community and support these job training programs and others including The Popcorn Wagon, Soft Skills, Spot-On-Cleaning, Recycling Processing and Logistics(Warehousing & Distribution).

TVs are currently accepted for recycling for a small handling fee to cover the warehousing and disposal costs.



IS MY DONATION TAX DEDUCTIBLE? - Calculate your Goodwill Tax Deduction

SPONSOR A DONATION DRIVE - Contact us to sponsor a donation drive at your place of business or community center


MAKE A CONTRIBUTION - by Credit Card or PayPal

MAKE A CONTRIBUTION BY CHECK - Mail to Goodwill Industries of the Berkshires, 158 Tyler St., Pittsfield MA 01201

DONATE YOUR TIME - Volunteer opportunities at the stores and the regional center. Contact us to see how you can help.


*Your contributions and donations allow Goodwill of the Berkshires and Southern Vermont to fund community programs for people with barriers to work, providing them with new job skills that will help them enhance their family’s economic status.