In person school.
Whatever school looks like this fall, one thing is certain: your kids are growing and will need clothes.
Budgets are tight these days, though. It’s important when purchasing back to school clothes and supplies that you can make your dollar stretch.
“Goodwill prices are typically 50-90% less than large retailers,” explained Vice President of Donated Goods Bryant Taylor. “This is a special sale that will help families during this difficult year.”
Goodwill carries a variety of new and donated goods including jeans, uniforms, backpacks, shoes and housewares.
“Whether its dorm essentials you need or shoes for gym class, Goodwill is a great option for families who are looking to save,” added Taylor. “And, all purchases support a network of programs that help thousands in our community.”
During the COVID-19 crisis, local Goodwill stores closed. The stores served as the primary funder of outreach programs that Goodwill offers like employment services, family strengthening programs, rape crisis services and other community outreach. Despite the shutdown, mission services continued.
Goodwill does require face masks when shopping in the stores. Learn more about this COVID-19 precaution and other shopping guidelines.