Goodwill Stores will stop selling and accept large donations of furniture
Goodwill stores in southeastern Wisconsin and metro Chicago areas stopped accepting donations of bulky furniture and exercise equipment as of Monday, company officials said on Monday. the association’s website.
As of December 1, these items will also not be sold at Goodwill stores in those regions, the website said.
Items that are no longer accepted include desks, office furniture, tables, dressers, chairs, stools, sofas, pianos or organs, and bookcases. Stores have also stopped accepting donations of large exercise equipment.
For specific questions about what is accepted, the donation clerks at each store will be able to provide more details.
âIt’s hard to say ‘no thanks’ to a donation when those donations help fund goodwill programs. However, we must refuse certain items because they are not recyclable or contain hazardous materials. Other times the item has to be refused because it costs more to transport, repair or refurbish than it can be sold in our stores, âthe website said.
Goodwill, however, will now accept donated vehicles under any conditions.
Goodwill stores and donation centers in the Milwaukee area include:
- Brown Deer, 9305 N. Green Bay Road
- Franklin, 6941 S. Riverwood Blvd.
- Grafton at 1715 Wisconsin Ave.
- Menomonee Falls, W178 N9315 Water Tower Square
- Milwaukee, 153 W. Oklahoma Ave.
- Milwaukee, 190 W. Broadway
- Milwaukee, 2830 N. Oakland Ave.
- Milwaukee, 3900 N. Palmer St.
- Muskego, S74 W17035 Janesville Road
- New Berlin, 3540 S. Moorland Road
- Oak Creek, 8201 S. Howell Ave, Suite 100
- Oconomowoc, 1408, avenue du Sommet.
- Pewaukee, 2015 Meadow Lane
- Waukesha, 1400 Nike Drive
- Wauwatosa, 12121 W. Feerick St.
- West Allis, 10909 W. Oklahoma Ave.
- West Milwaukee, 1716 Miller Park Way
For more information visit www.amazinggoodwill.com.