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Value Your Donations

Estimating the Value of Your Donations

If you are a taxpayer who itemizes deductions on federal tax returns (using the long form), you are entitled to claim a charitable deduction for donated items. The following are approximate market valuations of different types of items sold in Goodwill stores. The actual value of goods varies according to their condition. Note: Federal law provides that clothing and household goods must be in “good used condition or better” for tax deductions.

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MEN’S CLOTHING
Suits $10–$35
Jackets $7–$11
Slacks $4.50–$11
Shirts $3–$8
Coats $7–$40
Sweaters $4–$8
Accessories $3
Shoes $3–$10
WOMEN’S CLOTHING
Dresses $5.50–$16
Suits $10–$16
Skirts $5–$8
Blouses $4–$8
Sweaters $4–$8
Slacks $5–$8
Coats $7–$35
Intimate Apparel $3–$6
Handbags $2–$9
Accessories $3
Shoes $3–$10
CHILDREN’S CLOTHING
Dresses $1–$3
Pants $1–$5
Shirts $1–$5
Coats $3–$8
Sweaters $1–$5
Shoes $1–$6
FURNITURE
Dinette Set $40–$100
End Tables $10–$25
Coffee Tables $10–$60
Dresser w/Mirror $25-$75
Chests $20–$75
Wardrobes $15–$60
China Cabinets $40-$150
Trunks $15–$30
Sofas $75–$125
Desks $30–$100
APPLIANCES
Vacuum Cleaners $10–$40
Lamps $5–$30
Stereo Systems $25–$60
Radios $4–$20
Coffeemaker $5–$15HOUSEWARES
Cookware $2–$10
Tabletop $1–$10
Pictures $2–$15
Luggage $5–15
SPORTING GOODS
Golf Club(s) $2–$25
Bicycles $10–$60
Fishing Rods $5–$25
Skates $3–$15
Tennis Rackets $3–$1

Goodwill Industries-Suncoast, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.