Donations of Tools and Jobsite Supplies

We depend upon the donation of tools and jobsite supplies for our worksites. Our job trainees cannot afford critical items like personal protective equipment and safe, well-fitting workboots. Without donations of these items, we would not be able to complete our projects or provide our training program. We are an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. This means that most contributions, both monetary and in-kind (goods or services), are tax-deductible.

Personal Protective Equipment

  • Steel-toed work boots, men’s size 9-12
  • Sturdy work gloves
  • Dust masks
  • Safety Goggles
  • First-aid kits
  • Roof anchors/Fall Kits
  • Lifeline (self-retracting) 
  • Electrical current detector 
  • New Hardhats

Critical Use Tools Always Needed

Sanitation, Storage, & Security

  • Handsoap
  • Tissues
  • Toilet paper
  • Drinking Water Cups
  • Job-site toolbox 
  • Padlocks with Keys
  • Chain
  • Rolling Magnet Sweepers

Were you looking to donate building materials?

Filing requirements for deductions of noncash charitable contributions

Individuals, partnerships and corporations must complete Form 8283, to submit along with other tax filings, if the total deduction for all noncash contributions for the year is over $500(Instructions on filling out Form 8283)

If the total deduction for all noncash contributions for the year is less than $5,000, Section A of the form must be filled out. If the total deduction is over $5,000, you must complete Section B for each item or group of similar items you are claiming. Contributions greater than $5,000 require an appraisal from a qualified, independent appraiser. (Appraisal Requirements for Noncash Charitable Contributions)

* Please consult your tax adviser for specific questions about filing deductions.

* For more information on charitable contributions, please see IRS Publication 526