Accepting pickups by appointment. Please submit the form on this page.

Sorry, we’re not open for donations right now, but you can check our donation hours by clicking here.


God’s Goods is thankful for all donations. However, there are some things we do not accept. If your items are on this list, then they are a no-no.

  • Most books (we accept only Christian and children’s books)
  • VHS and cassette tapes
  • Most televisions (we accept only flat-panel, thin-format, lightweight TV sets)
  • Non-working computers and all used keyboards (new is always okay)
  • Most printers (we accept only new, wireless printers)
  • Building supplies
  • Armoires
  • Entertainment units
  • China closets/cabinets
  • Built-in stove tops, built-in ovens, and dishwashers (we accent free-standing, stand-alone stoves)
  • Window blinds
  • Gas grills
  • Sleeper Sofas
  • Large, heavy exercise equipment, including treadmills, stationary bikes, and weight benches with weights
  • Artificial Christmas trees or garland (in the fall, we will we accept trees in the box or a Christmas tree bag and garland)


We do not take items up or down stairs. Your items must be on the ground level for pickup, or we cannot accept your donation.

We will do our best to accommodate your schedule, but we can’t guarantee that the date you request for pickup will be available.

If there are ministry needs that God’s Goods could help with, then please call us at 843.757.2024. Your call could change a life.


God’s Goods fully relies on donations in order to operate God’s store. We are extremely grateful to this community for supporting this ministry.


When you volunteer or donate your used items to God’s Goods, you become part of a force for good that extends beyond our walls to positively impact the lives of people, families, and communities locally, regionally, and globally.

“I have to admit the biggest blessing through God’s store was not what I thought it would be. Going in I thought about all the funds that could be raised for mission work. The surprise and biggest blessing has turned out to be the people our store is touching. Each and every volunteer who has served God (many are still serving from day one) would most likely agree that it has become a home and refuge for healing, a place to meet friends and to feel the power of Christ in all we do.”

Kim Perri • Ministry Leader

“God’s love is shown in just the ways volunteers respond to the customers in the store. Always extending their hand to someone who needs help. They are not being nice to make a sale, but to show God’s love.”

Ted Favata • Volunteer

“Bottom line, God’s Goods Thrift Store exists only through the grace of God. Because of Him, funds are sent to help many causes locally, nationally, and globally. The store is now a community.”

Sally Hoag • Volunteer

“I really believe that God sent me to volunteer at God’s Goods. I have met some of the most wonderful people at the store including other volunteers and customers.”

Malita Martin • Volunteer

“I love the name of the store. If anything were perfect in this world, that would be it because we are all God’s Goods – customers, volunteers and all who benefit from this ministry.”

Jayne Stief • Volunteer

“This began a new ministry and purpose for John and me. He takes the golf clubs donated to God’s Goods, cleans them up and puts them into sets. Then…off we go to the Marine base. What a blessing to both the McKinlays and our very special Marines.”

Sue McKinlay • Volunteer

“I am heartened when I hear about the many people we have been able to help throughout our community by donating things to those who are in need. Also, it is great to see that God’s Goods can help missions and others around the world. In the end, I found that I got so much more back from being in this ministry than I was able to put in.”

Dick Whitney • Volunteer

“The friends I have made and the God moments I have experienced have blessed my life in more ways than I can count.”

Karen Acker • Volunteer

“Most of my memories of this special place are of someone just needing a smile, a hug, a handshake, a quiet prayer. To customers and volunteers alike, God’s Goods offers that safe haven in the midst of a storm.”

Linda Wakefield • Volunteer