Don't miss Goodwill's 12 Days of Christmas Sale running December 13-24. Click here for details.
Please note holiday hours for all Goodwill SWPA stores, including the Lawrenceville ComputerWorks store:
- Wednesday, December 24: All stores open 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Thursday, December 25: All stores closed
- Wednesday, December 31: All stores open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Thursday, January 1: All stores open 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Goodwill stores sell thousands of donated goods, with everyday low prices, and new items placed on the floor hourly. Goodwill stores also offer training and employment opportunities for clients and generate nearly half of agency revenues.
Donations may be dropped off at any Goodwill store, but due to space restrictions, it is difficult to accept large furniture donations at our Wexford and North Side stores. We appreciate you taking the time to please take any large furniture donations to another store location near you. Attention Donors: As of July 14, 2013, Goodwill is no longer able to accept donations of TVs. Click here for more information.
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Alliance of Nonprofit Stores
Goodwill is a founding member of the Alliance of Nonprofit Stores, a collaborative effort of local, reputable charitable agencies that was created in 2004. The two-fold mission of ANS is to make a proactive, positive impact on the way consumers think about donating goods for resale by educating them on responsible donation practices, and to enrich the communities served by endorsing charitable giving to nonprofit outlets that use the proceeds from retail sales to benefit local community programs. Representing 30+ thrift and resale stores, ANS members urge donors to give the same careful thought and consideration to where they donate used clothing and household items as they do to where they donate money. Donating to true nonprofit organizations helps the local community in several ways. It keeps tons of usable goods out of landfills; provides jobs, job training, and other opportunities for thousands of individuals; maintains a steady flow of affordable, high-quality items available for resale; and offers local nonprofits a way to generate revenue that is measurably returned to the community through positive life-changing human and social services.