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Procrastinators Line-up at Goodwill for Last Chance at End-of-Year Tax Credit
Monday, December 31, cars will line up at all Goodwill donation locations for what is expected to be the busiest donation day of the year for Goodwill Industries Denver. The organization’s Procrastinator’s Delight donation program-- designed to give procrastinators one last chance to get year-end tax credits for donated items, typically yields about 1 million pounds of donated goods during the last week of the year.
As Goodwill donors know, end of year giving yields more than a tax deduction. Revenues from both retail and financial donations support Goodwill’s career development mission programs for more than 21,000 at-risk youth, struggling adults and individuals with disabilities in Colorado each year.
Goodwill accepts clothing, household items, toys, computers and vehicles – even those holiday gifts gone wrong! To find the Goodwill nearest you, click here, or call (303) 650-7700. Goodwill provides receipts to donors at its drop-off sites, and attendants can validate itemized lists when they are presented. For general guidelines, please visit www.goodwilldenver.org and www.irs.gov.