Your monetary donations and donations of clothing and household goods that are in “good” condition or better are entitled to a tax deduction, according to Federal law. Goodwill Industries of Denver is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The Internal Revenue Service requires that all charitable donations be itemized and valued. We’ve created this form to help you put a value on your donated goods. These values assume that the items are in “good” condition and are based on estimations. Take a look at our donation valuation guide.
Did you also know that you can give to Goodwill through your state income tax forms? Be sure to participate in the Checkoff Colorado program when filing Colorado taxes and give to Goodwill. You can give any amount and have it deducted straight from your refund. Who says doing your taxes can’t be rewarding?
You can rest assured that your goods will be transformed into life-changing programs and resources for the most vulnerable individuals in our local metro Denver and northern Colorado communities. 100% of your cash donation and more than 84% of Goodwill’s revenues go directly into community programs.
It’s called The Goodwill Effect and it ensures that good comes full circle.