13 Items Goodwill Stores in Minnesota Will NOT Accept
Huge List of Items That Goodwill Will NOT Accept at Minnesota Stores
My house in Minnesota had a major transformation last month. One night, when I was sick of looking at all of my stained carpets, I had the idea to recarpet our house. It sounds like a simple task but before Hammernick's came in to install my new flooring, I was going to repaint the inside of our house. By myself. And somehow do all of this...and work...and have kids go back to school...oh, and we threw in a massive surgery for my husband too.
In the process of getting the rooms ready to paint and carpet, I realized that we had a lot of extra stuff. LOTS! Piles of toys the kids don't use anymore. Ping pong balls and paddles that we don't have a table for anymore. Why we still have them...I have no idea.
And the clothes. What a disaster my closet was! I had an area of clothes that were my "dream" options...for that body that I haven't been since 8th grade. There was the pile of "if I only ate salad" clothes, which let's face it, I don't like salad that much. Thankfully, all of my yoga pants fit at any size...and I have plenty of those.
As I'm putting our house back together, I decided that nothing is going to be allowed to stay if it doesn't have a home itself.
Before I knew it, the back of my SUV was completely full and it was off to the thrift store to share our no-longer-needed treasures with others that can use them. As I was venturing around town to drop off items at locations, I found out that Goodwill has a list of items that they won't accept. Before you fill up your car, go through the list below so you know what can be donated and what can't.