Goodwill values your generous donations.

Retail sales from your donated items allow us to continue empowering thousands of people through employment every year. We gratefully accept everything from clothing, shoes and accessories to small household appliances and furniture, electronics, books, fine china, jewelry, art and other collectibles in good or gently used condition.

Donors get extra love for pre-sorting their items before drop-off – clothing in one bag, shoes in another, household goods in a third, etc. – since this helps keep our operating costs low and serve more people in need.

Questions? Call (415) 575-2137 or email

Yes, we do accept:

  • Furniture (large pieces accepted only at certain sites)
  • Bedding
  • Bath linens
  • Throw pillows, curtains
  • Lighting (table  floor, and wall lamps and shades)
  • Pictures, painting and sculptures
  • Computers and networking equipment
  • Televisions (TVs larger than 27 inches accepted only at certain sites)
  • Consumer electronics
  • Kids’ toys and games, and stuffed animals
  • Bikes and boards, and wetsuits


Call (415) 575-2137 or email Esperanza Wolf, our Donations Assistant, at to arrange a vehicle donation.

Please see what we regretfully cannot accept.

Things to Consider

Donation Value

Want to know the tax value of your donation? Find out here.


Goodwill Industries provides limited furniture pick up on a case by case basis. For more information click here. Donors may bring their high-quality furniture donations to the following donation sites:

  • San Rafael: 809 Lincoln Ave.
  • San Francisco: 1580 Mission St.
  • Burlingame: 1215 California Dr.
  • San Mateo: 28 West 25th Ave.

Large Televisions

We accept televisions under 27 inches, working or not, at all donation locations. Televisions larger than 27 inches, working or not, can only be accepted at the following donation locations:

  • San Rafael: 809 Lincoln Ave.
  • San Francisco: 1500 Mission St.
  • Burlingame: 1215 California Dr.
  • San Mateo: 28 West 25th Ave.


We accept computers and accessories, free of charge, from residents and businesses at all donation sites. We also pick up computers from businesses; a small fee may apply for business pick-ups. Call (415) 575-2137 to make arrangements. Put any small items into a bag and place broken monitors into a box lined with a plastic bag. Seal the box and clearly label it “broken monitor” with the date. Computers do not need to be packaged unless the monitor is broken. Read more about our work refurbishing and recycling computers and electronics.

Surplus Merchandise

We welcome business donations of overstock, outdated and surplus merchandise. For more information, contact us at (415) 575-2137.