Donation Value Guide

Claiming Tax Deductions
 

If you itemize deductions on your federal tax return, you are entitled to claim a charitable deduction for your donation to Volunteers of America. This list is offered as a guide in determining the value of your donation. New or expensive items may be valued at a higher amount and damaged materials may be lower. Volunteers of America is unable to value your donation for you.

Men's Clothing

  • Suits $15-40
  • Jackets $6-20
  • Slacks $3-11
  • Shirts $2-6
  • Outerwear $7-16
  • Sweaters $2-8
  • Accessories $2-8
  • Shoes $2-10

Women's Clothing

  • Dresses $3-16
  • Suits $5-15
  • Skirts $2-8
  • Blouses $2-8
  • Sweaters $2-8
  • Slacks $2-8
  • Outerwear $7-35
  • Intimate Apparel $2-10
  • Handbags $2-4
  • Accessories $2-8
  • Shoes $2-10

Children's Clothing

  • Dresses $1-3
  • Pants $1-5
  • Shirts $1-5
  • Outerwear $3-8
  • Sweaters $1-5
  • Shoes $1-6

Housewares

  • Cookware $2-10
  • Tabletops $1-10
  • Pictures $2-10
  • Luggage $5-15

Sporting Goods

  • Golf Clubs $2-25
  • Bicycles $12-60
  • Fishing Rods $5-25
  • Skates $3-15
  • Tennis Rackets $3-10

Appliances

  • Vacuum Cleaners $20-40
  • Televisions $60-170
  • Floor Lamps $5-30
  • Table Lamps $2-20
  • Stereo Systems $25-100
  • Radios $5-20

Thank you for supporting Volunteers of America. With your help, our programs enable people in our community to break the cycle of poverty and reach their full potential.