The Goodwill Friends & Family Sale Saturday, July 8 40% off your entire purchase! Austintown, Boardman, Calcutta, Hermitage, Liberty, New Castle, Salem & Warren Stores stores open at 9am (additional information)
The Junior Group of Goodwill is holding a tent sale in the parking lot of our Liberty store on Belmont Avenue on Friday, June 23 from 9am-5pm. They will be selling jewelry, vintage clothing, vintage purses and collectible items (tent sale items will be excluded from the 50% off sale).
More than 70 percent of Americans engage in the annual tradition of spring cleaning, according to a 2013 survey by the American Cleaning Institute. And nearly three-fifths (57 percent) of American adults will shop for spring/summer apparel in whole or in part this year according to a 2016 poll by ORC International, done on behalf of ICSC. Whether consumers are decluttering or refreshing their wardrobes, they can give people in their communities a fresh.
The board of directors of Youngstown Area Goodwill Industries has hired Boardman native, Jim Freeze, to replace longtime executive director Mike McBride who is set to retire at the end of April. “I am pleased that the board has chosen someone like Jim who has the desire to be in our community and to continue with the tradition of helping people in our community through Goodwill’s programs and services,” says McBride. After a long.
Thanks to grants totaling $23,00 from three local foundations, Youngstown Area Goodwill Industries recently began work on improving building security. Grants of $5,0000 from the Ward Beecher Foundation, $3,000 from the Home Savings Charitable Foundation and $15,000 from The Youngstown Foundation will enable Goodwill to cover most of the cost of the project to improve building and shopping security. “The safety and security of our clients, employees, customers and other stakeholders is important, however.