The Goodwill Pass it on Challenge will be at Rossford Junior-Senior High School next week. Rossford is competing with Eastwood for the most donations. There will be a trailer in the parking lot at Rossford Junior-Senior High School from Sept. 18 to Sept. 21. Drop off hours will be from 2 to 6 p.m. The winning school receives at $500 scholarship.
The trailers will be weighed and the school that has collected the most weight will be announced on Friday as the winner of that week’s challenge. The winner will receive a $500 scholarship from Goodwill and 13abc.
Goodwill Industries of Northwest Ohio, Inc. would like to extend its gratitude and appreciation for taking time to support our mission with good quality donations. Unfortunately, due to the rising costs of waste disposal and safety concerns, we must decline certain low turnover items and items in need of repair. Below is a list of unacceptable items. One of the many things that make Goodwill Industries so exciting is the variety of donations available for sale to the public. This list is to be used as a guide to protect both you and Goodwill.
Thank you for your understanding and support!
All items listed below are subject to acceptance based on Goodwill management’s discretion.
- Baby/Infant furniture and large toys. Due to controls determined by the Consumer Product
- Safety Commission, these items will be accepted based on management approval.
- Bed springs.
- Brick, concrete or stone.
- Computers and computer components.
- Encyclopedia’s – Only if not in a complete set.
- Fuel cans.
- Furniture in need of extreme repair or soiled.
- Hospital beds.
- Hot water heaters.
- Items fueled by propane or kerosene.
- Large appliances – refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc.
- Organs and pianos.
- Scrap lumber.
- Stereo consoles.
- Tires (of any kind).
- Trash compactors.
- Used toilets, sinks, shower stalls, tubs or plumbing pipes.
- Opened paint cans.
- Homemade tapes and videos.
- Used mattresses and pillows.
- Used Medical Supplies.
- Unpackaged window blinds.