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Update: Friday, May 22, 2020
As of Friday, May 22, 2020 - these PA stores will be open for shopping:
With this opening, all of our stores in both PA and WV are currently open. We are open from 10a - 7p, with 10a - 11a reserved for seniors and those at high risk.
Update: Thursday, May 21, 2020
As of Thursday, May 21, 2020 - these PA stores will be open for shopping:
- Mount Pleasant
- Peters Township
These stores join our other locations open for shopping from 10a-7p everyday.
Update: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
As of Wednesday, May 20, 2020 - these PA stores will be open for shopping:
- Belle Vernon
- North Huntingdon
- North Hills
- South Side
- Monroeville Pop Up Outlet
These stores join our other locations open for shopping from 10a-7p everyday. Please note that we cannot accept large furniture items at this time. This includes but is not limited to couches, large tables, and dressers. Your donations must be able to fit in our self-serve donation boxes.
Update: Tuesday, May 19, 2020
As of Tuesday, May 19, 2020 - these PA stores will be open for shopping:
- Heidelberg Outlet
- West Mifflin
These stores join our other locations open for shopping from 10a-7p everyday. Click here to see how we're making shopping safe for you and our staff.
Update: Monday, May 18, 2020
As of Monday, May 18, 2020 - these PA stores will be open for shopping:
- Center Ave.
- Cranberry (Freedom Road)
- Cranberry (Route 19)
- Natrona Heights
- North Versailles Outlet
This is in addition to our 6 West Virginia locations. We will be open from 10a - 7p, with 10a - 11a reserved for seniors and those at high risk.
Update: Friday, May 15, 2020
Beginning May 18, Goodwill stores in southwestern Pennsylvania will reopen in phases to meet the needs of customers in the region. Goodwill stores are reopening in accordance with Governor Wolf’s announcement that most counties in the organization’s service territory will move from the red phase to the yellow phase of reopening on May 15. Stores will initially reopen with limited hours, 10 am to 7pm.
Goodwill stores in southwestern Pennsylvania will open on the following phased schedule (schedule is subject to change):
Monday, May 18 – Butler, Centre Ave., Cheswick, Cranberry (Freedom Road), Cranberry (Route 19), Gibsonia, Lawrenceville, Natrona Heights, North Versailles Outlet
Tuesday, May 19 – Heidelberg Outlet, Monroeville, Murrysville, West Mifflin
Wednesday, May 20 – Banksville, Belle Vernon, Greensburg, Monroeville Outlet, North Huntington, South Side
Thursday, May 21 – Mount Pleasant, Peters Township, Robinson Township, Uniontown, Washington
Update: Thursday, May 14, 2020
Our Bridgeport, Buckhannon and Elkins stores have reopened as of Thursday, May 14. Please check the graph below for up-to-date information.
Update: Monday, May 11, 2020
Some of your Goodwill stores are reopening, starting Tuesday, May 12. Stores will be reopening in phases. Please check this page for an up-to-date graph on which stores are currently open.
Let’s talk about a few changes we’re making to make your return to Goodwill safe and enjoyable.
- We will have limited store hours from 10am - 7pm, 7 days a week. We are reserving the first hour of each day (10am - 11am) for seniors and at-risk customers to shop.
- We are limiting the number of people in our stores and setting up one-way aisles to ensure social distancing.
- For everyone’s safety, Goodwill employees will be wearing masks, and we strongly encourage all of our customers to do the same. (By order of the PA Governor, all staff and customers in our Pennsylvania stores are required to wear masks or face coverings unless covered by a medical exemption.)
- Please note that our Color of the Week and .99 Sundays are currently on hold as our stores reopen. Our standing weekly discounts for seniors and students, teachers, first responders and military members (active duty and veterans) are still ongoing.
- Finally, we are offering a 25% discount every day to medical professionals as a thank you for their efforts in serving our communities during the COVID-19 crisis.
Thank you all for your support and we are anxious to see you at our stores once again.
Update: Monday, May 4, 2020
All of our PA and WV no-touch donation centers are open daily from 9am until 5pm.
Periodic closures of our donations centers are necessary for our staff to replace full donation containers. These closures are meant to ensure safe social distancing for our limited staff and you! Once all bins are ready, our center will reopen. We thank you for your patience and understanding.
Click here for information on how we're making donations safe for everyone. You can also click here to see how easy it is to donate at one of our self-service donation areas.
Update: Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Our PA no-touch donation centers will be open daily from 9am until 5pm. Peroidic closures of our donations centers are necessary for our staff to replace full donation containers. These closures are meant to ensure safe social distancing for our limited staff and you! Once all bins are ready, our center will reopen. We thank you for your patience and understanding.
Update: Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Responding to the needs of the public, Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania has opened “no-contact,” self-service donation areas at each of their 27 southwestern Pennsylvania store locations. The donation centers are open daily from 9am until 5pm. Donors can drive up to a self-service area located outside their Goodwill store, and place items in specially marked bins or donation areas.
Click here for information on how we're making donations safe for everyone. You can also click here to see how easy it is to donate at one of our self-services donation areas!
Update: Friday, April 3, 2020
A message from Michael J. Smith, President/CEO of Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
In these very challenging and uncertain times, I want to express my sincere thanks to the public for your support and patience.
We appreciate those who have been collecting and holding onto donations for us. We hope to be able to open our donation centers next week.
In this rapidly changing environment, thank you also for your patience as we work to adapt our mission services while practicing social distancing. We are working to use our resources the best that we can to serve as many people as possible. While many of our face-to-face programs and services are on-hold due to COVID-19 guidelines, we have adapted other programs to online platforms so that we can continue to provide job training and education to help people who are facing challenges to build skills, find jobs, and grow their careers.
To talk to someone about all of our programs and services, contact our Welcome Center at 1-877-499-3526 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will gladly answer any questions you might have about what we have to offer at this time.
Thank you again for being there for us, throughout this crisis, Goodwill will be here for you and the communities we serve.
Remember: Good. Will. Come.
Update: Thursday, March 26, 2020
At Goodwill, our mission is to put people to work. Last year, we provided 10,624 adults and youth in our communities with life-changing job training and education programs. We anticipate a greater need than ever in the coming months. All of our retail stores, which provide well over half of our funding, have been closed. Your monetary donations are so important right now.
A generous funder will match your monetary donation 1:1. That means, if you give $20, Goodwill will receive $40. Click here to give now.
While our stores are closed, please continue to shop with us online. ShopGoodwill.com offers a great way to support our programs and services during this time.
When this crisis passes, people will turn to Goodwill to get back on their feet. We will be there for them.
For the latest information on our coronavirus response, keep an eye on this webpage or follow us on social media.
Update: Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Keeping our community healthy and safe by helping to contain the spread of COVID-19 is the highest priority at Goodwill SWPA. As a reminder, our stores and donation centers are closed at this time. We are strongly urging donors to hold donations until our donation centers reopen.
With donation centers closed, items left outside donation doors and exposed to the weather could be damaged or ruined. Please allow us to be the best stewards of your donations as we can be and wait to donate until we can properly receive and process your items. There will be a great need for them in the coming weeks and we thank you in advance for your cooperation. Thank you for supporting Goodwill.
Update: Thursday, March 19, 2020
For the safety of our employees, shoppers, and our West Virginia community, all Goodwill of North Central West Virginia stores will be closing at the end of the day on Thursday, March 19, 2020. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we adapt to this constantly changing, unprecedented situation.
Update: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s Fayette Workforce Development Center on Connellsville Street and the Union Station Clubhouse are closed effective March 18, 2020. Clubhouse members can visit http://coronavirus.unionstationclubhouse.com for Clubhouse-specific updates.
Chestnut Ridge Crisis Support is available at 724-437-1003 or text “PA” to 741741.
Monday, March 16, 2020 - Updated 6:00pm
A message from Michael J. Smith, President/CEO of Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania has maintained that it will follow the directives from government and health officials.
Earlier today, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf ordered nonessential Pennsylvania businesses to shut down to help curb the spread of Coronavirus. Therefore, Goodwill SWPA stores will close to shoppers and donors as of 9:00pm this evening, Monday, March 16, 2020.
Our six Goodwill stores in North Central West Virginia will remain open to shoppers and donors, utilizing a reduced schedule of 11am to 7pm. We will closely monitor all directives from the State of West Virginia and act accordingly.
We will continue to provide programming to vulnerable populations, utilizing reduced hours, on-line service delivery and social distancing strategies wherever possible. For any questions about our programs and services, please contact our Welcome Center at 1-877-499-3526 or email email@example.com.
We will consider reopening when we receive a directive from Governor Wolf that we will be able to do so.
Thank you once again for your patience as we join together as a community to face this unprecedented challenge.