Things That Goodwill Doesn’t Want You Donating
Goodwill has become quite the place to go picking over the years. While you can't find the stellar deals like we all used to, it's still a great resource for necessities and kitch-collectables and oddities.
All the same, there are some things that Goodwill would rather you either keep, sell privately, or dispose of somewhere else. Mostly big and bulky things. I can't speak to whether it's an OSHA/insurance type of thing, but I'd assume they wouldn't want their staff moving pianos or fridges around a store anyway.
While some of these unwanted and banned items are obvious, I'm curious to hear the backstory on more than a few of them... Like in what location nationwide was it seriously common to get used motor oil and tires?
Probably West Virginia or Florida... Here's a quick rundown on the stuff Goodwill doesn't want.
Also, if you're wanting to get rid of something on this list... like your stuff is still in good usable condition and not worth throwing away, Habitat for Humanity accepts tons of stuff on this list.