Estimate the Value of Your Donation

If you itemize deductions on your federal tax return (using the long form), you are entitled to claim a charitable deduction for your donation to Goodwill.

We recommend that you fill out our online donation form to save time before you visit us. Use the list of average prices below as a guide for determining the value of your donation. Values are approximate and are based on items in good condition.

It’s a good idea to check with your accountant or read up on the rules before you file you return. Here are some handy IRS tips for deducting charitable donations.

When you bring items to one of our donation locations, you may fill out a paper form there instead. The form is required if you are donating computers and other technology equipment so that we can comply with state reporting requirements. Thanks for taking the time to fill it out!

Woman’s Clothing
Accessories $2 – 8
Blouses $2 – 8
Dresses $3 – 16
Handbags $2 – 4
Intimate apparel $2 – 10
Outerwear $7 – 35
Shoes $2 – 10
Skirts $2 – 8
Slacks $2 – 8
Suits $5 – 15
Men’s Clothing
Suits $15 – 40
Jackets $6 – 20
Shirts $2 – 6
Outerwear $7 – 16
Sweaters $2 – 10
Accessories $7 – 35
Shoes $2 – 10
Children’s Clothing
Dresses $1 – 3
Pants $1 – 5
Shirts $1 – 5
Outerwear $3 – 8
Sweaters $1 – 5
Shoes $1 – 6
Furniture
Kitchen sets $40 – 100
End Tables $2 – 20
Coffee tables $10 – 25
Dressers w/ mirrors $25 – 60
Wardrobes $15 – 60
China cabinets $40 – 150
Trunks $15 – 30
Sofas $50 – 125
Desks $20 – 75
Recliners $20 – 50
Housewares
Cookware $2 – 10
Tabletops $1 – 10
Vacuums $15 – 25
Pictures $2 – 10
Lamps $5 – 30
Luggage $5 – 10
Electronics
Televisions $20 – 170
Stereo Systems $25 – 100
Radios $5 – 20
Computers
Systems $100 – 500
Printers $25 – 100
Monitors $10 – 50
Sporting Goods
Golf clubs $2 – 10
Bicycles $12 – 60
Fishing rods $3 – 10
Skates $3 – 5
Tennis rackets $2 – 10