Goodwill halts donations
Goodwill Keystone Area has announced it is temporarily halting donations throughout its 22-county service territory until the end of February.
The stoppage is in order to get current inventory sorted and out to the organization’s retail locations.
Goodwill’s 44 retail stores remain open.
“We are grateful for the incredible generosity of our donors over the past several months,” Rick Hill, Goodwill Keystone Area’s president and CEO, said. “Because of this overwhelming support, we need to temporarily stop collection of donations and are asking the community to hold their donated goods until we reopen.
“When we do, we will gladly accept all that you have saved for us.”
To help move inventory and open up storage capacity at its donation centers, Goodwill has a number of job openings in its processing department. The new job listings include full- and part-time sorting and processing positions for various shifts, and include flexible schedules that so many families are in need of these days.
Visit yourgoodwill.org/employment for a list of jobs and other information.