GOOD for the Community
Goodwill turns your donations into jobs, opportunities and training programs for members of your community. We currently employ over 700 people in 15 Pennsylvania counties and 1 New York county.
GOOD for the Environment
Goodwill is one of Pennsylvania’s largest recyclers. Over 5 million pounds of sell-able and recyclable items are diverted from landfills every year.
Our Partnership with Dell Reconnect helps to keep millions of pounds of broken electronics from going to waste. Learn all about the Dell Reconnect by clicking here.
GOOD for our Business Partners
Goodwill’s Business Partners support our mission in many ways. Sponsoring a donation drive and providing job training opportunities are two of the best ways businesses partner with Goodwill. For more information, call us at 1-800-932-8270.
GOOD for Your Budget
At Goodwill you’ll find amazing, high-quality items at a fraction of the cost of normal retail.
Everything goes on sale! Items which have been in the store for 4 weeks go on sale. This allows us to make sure nothing is over priced and reduces waste. CLICK HERE for the sales colors of the week!
COVID-19/ Coronavirus Update
In order to keep our donors and employees safe and healthy all Goodwill NCPA stores are closed.
Our Donation Centers will reopen Sunday March 29th.
Warm weather and some unexpected time at home creates the perfect opportunity to clean and declutter! Goodwill will need your donations more than ever to help individuals facing challenges rebuild skills, find jobs and grow their careers.
We will be here waiting for you ready to change lives together when we all get through this together. Until then, stay safe.
A message from our CEO:
We are abiding by Governor Wolf’s orders to shut down facilities. Our stores are closed.
Please consider supporting us with donations. Our donation centers will reopen March 29th.
Please consider taking donations of clothing and shoes to our Blue Donation Bins. Your donations are vital to our continued existence.
You can also support us through FundGoodwill.com where you will find all of our online stores. This will allow us to continue to generate revenue to support our mission and over 700 employees.
Please be safe and God bless you and God Bless America.
– Ray Donati President and CEO
A message from our VP of Donation Procurement, Logistics and Warehouse Operations:
Brick and Mortar Donation Centers will reopen Sunday March 29th. (sheds will remain closed) We have a responsibility to the communities we serve to accept donations and keep the communities looking clean and neat. When people leave donations outside of our stores and donation centers it ruins the donations and leads to rodents moving into the area. In order to prevent this we felt it was necessary to reopen.
In order to better protect our employees, we are asking that you unload your donations and put them in the donation centers during open hours. We taking additional safety precautions including new cleaning products and cleaning surfaces continuously throughout the day.
Your donations will help us get up and running again when we can reopen our stores and are so important to us. If you do not want to drop of donations during this time please consider holding on to them to donate after the danger has passed.
Know that I am praying for everyone. Please be safe and use this situation as an opportunity to spend time with your family.
– Nick Suplizio, VP of Donation Procurement, Logistics and Warehouse Operations
A Message from our Director of
Mission Services has suspended job training services at this time.
I am proud to say that many of our employment specialists have volunteered their work time to assist with our online store needs; which is currently our only source of revenue.
We want to reassure people what when the threat of this virus is over we will continue to provide services to individuals in the communities we serve.
This time has made me appreciate what I have. Please keep others in your prayers during this time.