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Sustainability in Everything We Do

Evergreen Goodwill takes pride in being good stewards of the generous donations we receive from community members. Goodwill utilizes donations in a way that creates better futures for our students, communities, and our environment.

By donating to Goodwill, you are extending the life of household items and keeping them out of landfills. Last year, Goodwill kept 76.7 million pounds of materials out of landfills. Through responsible recycling practices, Goodwill achieved a 78 percent diversion rate last year.

Our belief in sustainable practices even extends to our green administration building, which is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certified. The building contains a number of features that reduce our ecological footprint.

Learn more below about Evergreen Goodwill’s sustainable practices:

2022 Environmental Stewardship


Pounds saved from landfills


of Washington States EWaste collected


Leed Gold HQ


Donation Centers

30 Sites Accepting Donations

With our store locations and donation stations throughout Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, King, and Kitsap Counties, we aim to make donating as easy as possible. By bringing your items to Evergreen Goodwill, you are extending the life of your items and reducing your eco-footprint. Click to find a donation center near you and learn more about the items we accept.

Find a Donation Center Donation Guidelines
Evergreen Goodwill Accepting Donation

LEED Gold Certified Building

Leed Gold Cert Building

Evergreen Goodwill is proud to have its HQ administrative building LEED Gold certified. Built in 2013, the building contains several eco-friendly features ranging from its water conservation system to the recycled materials it was built from.

Learn more about building LEED Gold Certified Building.

E-Cycle Washington Partnership

As a leading member of the E-Cycle Washington program, Goodwill collects televisions, computer monitors, desktop computers, and laptops free of charge. These items donated in good working condition will be sold in our stores, and items that can’t be sold will be recycled in accordance with E-Cycle Washington’s guidelines, ensuring that toxic materials stay out of our landfills and environment. Learn more about E-Cycle Washington.


Threadcycle Program Partner

We are a proud partner of Threadcycle, a program created by King County and Seattle Public Utilities to keep used clothes and linens out of landfills. Most clothes, shoes, and linens that people discard can be reused or recycled. Learn more about Threadcycle.


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