Five Types of Items That Michigan Goodwill Stores Won’t Accept
Goodwill stores in Michigan will not accept these items as donations, just FYI.
Whether you're moving, cleaning, or just trying to reclaim some space, Goodwill stores in Michigan are always looking for donations to fill their shelves. However, not all donations can or will be accepted. See what you cannot donate to Goodwill below.
When it comes to Goodwill stores in Michigan, some of the donation items on the "unable to accept" list vary a little bit from region to region. However, the types of items listed below are generally not accepted throughout the state.
Goodwill is unable to accept used mattresses, box springs, water beds, couches, sofa sleepers, and other furniture of that nature. However, donations of bed frames are acceptable.
This includes things like tires and car batteries.
Gas, oil, propane, paint, paint thinner, insecticides, poisonous materials, etc...
Lumber, brick, doors, countertops, etc...
Tube TVs and Computer Monitors
If you have questions about what can and cannot be donated in your specific area, be sure to reach out to your local stores. Goodwill is broken up into regions of Michigan that include Goodwill Industries of Central Michigan's Heartland, Greater Detroit, Greater Grand Rapids, Mid Michigan, Northern Michigan, Northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Southeastern Michigan, Southwestern Michigan, St. Clair County, and West Michigan.