FREE Shipping Label for Donating Used Goods

(2021 Update: due to COVID-19, This service is currently asking for a $15 donation for the labels. I recommend contacting them for the latest changes.)

Have you started your spring cleaning? If you’ve been inspired by my blog, then you may have been busy going through your things and picking out the ones that bring you joy to keep, throwing out the broken and expired items, selling stuff on Craigslist. Maybe there are the items that you want to donate but haven’t had a chance to drop off. Well, now there’s a very easy way to donate them. You can ship them to Goodwill FOR FREE!

The steps are very simple:

  1. Get an empty corrugated box.
  2. Pack your box with any items you wish to donate. (Tax deduction receipt available)
  3. Download a USPS or UPS prepaid shipping label from GiveBackBox.com. You can drop off the box or arrange for USPS to pick it up from your home.

Your donations will have a positive social, economic, and environmental impact. Not to mention leaving your home more organized and spacious!

To learn more about GiveBackBox.com, please check out their website.

Donating your used goods has never been easier. It’s time to clear your clutter and do some good. Please share this with your friends and family.

6 thoughts on “FREE Shipping Label for Donating Used Goods

      • simplejoywithann says:

        Hi Jennifer, At the top of this blog post which was written in 2017, I had added an update that due to Covid-19, this service is currently only available with a $15 donation to receive a label. If you still wish to use the service or have further questions, I recommend contacting them directly. Because you can still repurpose any box you have and it’s all for a good cause, it’s up to you if you rather drop your donations off at a Goodwill or Salvation Army near you.

    • simplejoywithann says:

      Hi Kate, You are correct. This blog post was written in 2017. The current $15 donation is due to Covid-19. Many people are motivated to declutter from being home so much, but I imagine Give Back Box wouldn’t do this unless they have to during this challenging time. Thank you for bringing this to my attention, and I will add an update to my post as well.

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