Due to the Digital TV Transition, Goodwill will only take flat-screen tvs.
Excessively large/bulky items such as swing sets, swimming pools, unbound carpeting, etc.
Where can I donate a TV?
How to Donate a Large Screen TV
- Take the TV to a charity retail store such as Goodwill, the Salvation Army or Habitat for Humanity.
- Donate the TV to an organization that can use it such as a church.
- Call a charity that comes into neighborhoods and picks up large items.
Does Salvation Army take TVS?
You can donate small electronic items such as lamps, radios or television sets if they’re working. However, the Salvation Army doesn’t accept TVs more than five years old. Cell phones, laptops, computers and other electronic devices are accepted, but delete all your personal information first.
What items does goodwill accept?
Goodwill happily accepts the following new or gently used items:
- Vehicles—We are now accepting donations of vehicles in all conditions.
- Clothing, shoes and boots.
- Hats, gloves, mittens and scarves.
- Books, records, compact disks, video tapes and DVDs.
- Games, toys and sports equipment.
Can I donate my old TV?
Most charitable organizations like Goodwill or Salvation Army will accept TV donations, though you should call ahead to check if your TV is particularly huge. Try calling up your local Goodwill, Salvation Army, or even a school or public library, and see if they’re in need of a TV.