Donation Locations2020-07-30T11:50:42-04:00

Donation Locations (Search Below)

Our Stores are Open!
Temporary store hours are 10 am – 6 pm Mon-Sat and 11 am – 5 pm Sunday

Donations will be accepted at all Goodwill-Suncoast retail stores during the hours below.
10 am – 6 pm  Monday – Saturday
11 am – 5 pm  Sunday (the Winter Haven store will not accept donations on Sunday)

Our brick & mortar donation sites in Carrollwood, Indian Rocks, Palm Harbor, Pinellas Park and the Lowe’s South Dale Mabry donation trailer are also accepting donations during the same hours.

To maintain social distancing, please leave donations in carts outside donation doors.
Receipts will be available.

Most Goodwill-Suncoast donation trailers are closed.
The following donation trailers have reopened and are accepting donation during the hours above, with the exception noted below:
Lowe’s South Dale Mabry in Tampa
Keystone Crossing in Odessa – Open 1-5 pm Sunday – Thursday; Noon – 5 pm Friday & Saturday
Barclay Plaza in Lakeland 

Please drop off donations only when the sites are open. At this time we can only accept smaller donations that don’t require team lifting. NO FURNITURE OR LARGE ITEMS CAN BE ACCEPTED.

Normally we offer home pickup for full household estate donations. However, estate donations are suspended due to COVID-19.
For estate pickup, please call 1-727-308-0799, ext. 1902, or email us here.

To donate major appliances, click here.
Need a donation receipt? Click here.

Search the map below for donation locations, including Goodwill stores, attended donation centers, and 24-hour bins near you. For driving directions, click the map icon or more information link in the list below. Your donations of clothing, shoes and household items to Goodwill help change lives!

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If you have site accessibility issues with any part of the map, please contact our Accessibility Coordinator here.

Goodwill Industries-Suncoast is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization EIN (Federal ID#) 59-0718492. Our mission is to help people achieve their full potential through the dignity and power of work.