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Donations of your goods are the lifeline of our organization, but your monetary donations allow us to serve even more individuals each year. Your generous contributions make it possible for us to help individuals find jobs through the use of our no-cost career services.

We like to think of monetary donations as investments in a person’s future. By donating today, you will help provide career development, training, and education services for all Marylanders looking to build a better future for themselves and their families.


With your donation, we can provide personalized, one-on-one career coaching with a Career Navigator to help job seekers design success plans that will help them secure employment with sustainable wages. 


With your donation, we can provide free training classes to help people gain the skills that they need to earn higher-paying jobs and certifications that will open doors.


With your donation, we can provide Marylanders with the opportunity to pursue a new career path and earn a sustainable wage to support their family.

After submitting the form, you’ll receive an emailed receipt detailing your monetary donation.

Please note that Goodwill incurs a 2.89% + $0.20 fee per transaction for debit/credit card donations. You have the option to increase your donation to cover the processing fee, which would allow us to maximize your donation and empower even more individuals. If you would prefer to avoid the processing fee altogether, you can send your donation directly to 1750 Monocacy Blvd, Suite B Frederick MD 21701, attn: Finance Department.

Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley does not offer legal or tax advice. Always check with a qualified and licensed professional regarding all matters related to tax or legal issues. Please be advised that, based on current IRS rules and standards, the advice contained herein is not intended to be used, nor can it be used, for the avoidance of any tax penalty that the IRS should assess related to this matter. Additional issues may exist that could affect the federal tax treatment of the transaction on the matter that is the subject of this advice and this advice does not provide a conclusion with respect to such issues.