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COVID-19 Related Updates

 
Our Vine Street, Apples Way, and 17th and Sumner, and North 27th Street locations are now open!
Hours: Monday through Saturday 10AM-6PM, Sunday 11AM-6PM
 All other retail locations are closed. Donations are accepted at 4555 Vine Street, 6300 Apples Way, and 1700 South 17th Street, and 3910 North 27th Street. If bins are full, we ask that you do not leave items outside of our doors. Donations left outside are subject to hazardous weather and vandalism. We greatly value your donations and do not want them to go to waste.  For a donation receipt, email donate@lincolngoodwill.org. 

Updates

Job Connection Provides Remote Services 

Those seeking help with navigating community resources, job search assistance and online learning can call (402) 477-0436 for assistance. In person services and Job Outfitters are temporarily suspended. 

Click here for online learning and virtual services. 

Volunteer Applications

Goodwill will not be accepting new volunteers at this time. We will continue to monitor the situation and listen to the recommendations from our state and local governments.

Change Counting Class Canceled

All future Change Counting Classes are canceled until further notice.  

A Note about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to Our Shoppers, Donors and Those We Serve

As our communities work together to keep you and your family safe, we would like to reassure you that your health and well-being are top priorities for us as well. As a mission-based nonprofit organization, Goodwill cares deeply for the program participants we serve and the many donors, shoppers, volunteers and team members that allow us to help others in our communities every day.

To those we serve through our mission and programs, we are very mindful of your health and well-being as well. It is our top priority. We continue to work hard to find solutions to providing the services you need while maintaining a healthy, safe environment. Goodwill will continue to communicate any necessary service and program changes as they occur.

We also continue to keep a close watch on the evolving situation and the guidance provided by the World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and state, provincial and local governments.

As a partner to community for over 85 years, we remain committed to continuing our mission of helping people facing challenges build skills, find jobs and grow their careers. This is true now during these difficult times as well as in the weeks, months and years ahead. Thank you in advance for your patience as we determine how best to continue serving our communities, our team members and you.

 

Learn how to protect yourself, your family and your community here.