Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska Reopens Three Retail Stores, One Furniture Store

LINCOLN – Eight weeks ago, Goodwill made the difficult decision to close their stores. During that time, the generous people of Lincoln continued to donate at contactless donation sites. As stores reopen, Goodwill is excited to offer a large inventory of unique furniture items.

On Monday, May 25, Goodwill will reopen the 3910 North 27th Street location as a temporary furniture store. Stop by for great furniture deals during this temporary change.

Additionally, Goodwill has reopened three retail locations at 6300 Apples Way, 4555 Vine Street and 1700 South 17th Street. Hours of operation at all locations are Monday through Saturday 10AM to 6PM and Sunday 11AM to 6PM.

Donations are accepted during hours of operation. Donations left outside of open hours are subject to hazardous weather and vandalism. 

Goodwill depends on the revenue from their stores to provide free career services to the community. Jobseekers are encouraged to visit www.lincolngoodwill.org for online learning or call (402) 477-0436 for one-on-one job search assistance.

All updates and information can be found at www.lincolngoodwill.org.

About Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc.

Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc.’s mission is “willing workers employed and community resources maximized.” Programming supports individuals with barriers to employment by providing services that equip them with the tools needed in order to obtain employment, working to lower unemployment rates and lessen reliance on government assistance within the Lincoln community. Additionally, Goodwill contributes to ecological balance through massive recycling efforts of unsalable textiles and other products.

The community can support Goodwill all year long by donating their gently used items, shopping at Goodwill stores, volunteering and making tax-deductible financial donations. The sale of donated goods remains the greatest source of funding for programs Goodwill provides. Learn more at www.lincolngoodwill.org.

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