NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Donations are pouring in at Goodwill as people try to get their end-of-the year tax deductions.
The location on Old Hickory Boulevard in Bellevue has seen a steady stream of people. According to Goodwill, they've taken donations from three times the number of people they normally see other times of the year. Goodwill gave some advice to make the tax write-off process easier.
"Go ahead and make an inventory list of the items you are donating because we are going to give you a receipt, but you're going to have to fill it out. So if you already have a list of the items you're donating then it's going to be a much easier process. You're not going to be questioning exactly what you donated," said Jamie Berry, Communications Manager with Goodwill.