Procrastinators Make Last-Minute Donations To Goodwill For Tax Credits
DENVER (CBS4) – Procrastinators made a last-minute dash to Goodwill on Monday for a chance to get year-end tax credits for donated items.
Goodwill says Dec. 31 is usually the busiest donation day every year. The organization calls it the Procrastinator’s Delight donation program.
Goodwill said the program typically yields about one million pounds of donated goods during the last week of the year.
“Revenues from both retail and financial donations support Goodwill’s career development mission programs for more than 21,000 at-risk youth, struggling adults and individuals with disabilities in Colorado each year,” Goodwill said in a prepared statement.
Goodwill accepts clothing, household items, toys, computers and vehicles.