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I think this is the part from the IRS that requires me to file form 8283.
My total in household goods donation is over 500 for the whole year although given at different times of the year.

Who Must File
You must file one or more Forms 8283 if the amount of your deduction for each noncash contribution is more than $500. You must also file Form 8283 if you have a group of similar items for which a total deduction of over $500 is claimed.
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