Goodwill of Southern New England and ReSupply form partnership for donation pickup service

Goodwill of Southern New England, a progressive community service organization providing job training and placement services for individuals with barriers to employment, and ReSupply, a veteran-founded organization on a mission to revolutionize the charitable giving of physical goods to combat climate change, have partnered to make donating and helping others easier.

Through this partnership, donors can schedule a pickup of physical goods, including the removal of these items from the donor’s premises, no matter the stairs, size and amount of items for a low, competitive fee. The partnership allows Goodwill to offer a service that otherwise would not be possible, and for donors to help fund Goodwill’s many programs with items that are too big, heavy, or just too hard to bring to one of our Goodwill donation locations, and instead end up in a landfill with traditional removal companies.

“The partnership between Goodwill and ReSupply is a great example of how businesses can work together to make a difference in their communities. By partnering, the two organizations are able to reach a wider audience and help more people in need” H. Richard Borer, Jr., President of Goodwill of Southern New England says.

Donors can either visit Goodwill of Southern New England’s website at and click the “Donation Pickup” button there, or call any of our locations and follow the prompts for ReSupply donation pickups.

Donors will then engage in an easy, step-by-step process to provide some information about their donation and ReSupply will reach out to the donor to schedule the pickup, and work with Goodwill of Southern New England to coordinate the donation drop off. Donors receive a donation receipt from ReSupply within 24 hours for a possible tax deduction.