You could plan your spring cleaning soon or make closet space for those new clothes you got for Christmas.
We usually go through things a few times a year and stuff a bag or two or the back of the SUV and take it to the Goodwill store or delivery facility.
You can get a receipt if you want that handy tax waiver at tax time.
There is usually a big rush during the holidays just before the new year.
If you’re looking to clear your attic or garage of things you no longer use or need, you should know that there are things that Goodwill won’t accept.
You should know what to bring to your local dump instead of goodwill. Here is a list of the things they will not accept.
New Jersey Goodwill stores will not accept these items
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