Goodwill Industries® of the Valleys is opening their first Donation & Employment Services Center in Pulaski. The center will serve as a donation drop off location as well as offering Mission Services employment programs. It will be located at 641 East Main Street in Pulaski.
There will be an Open House at the center on Monday, April 11th from 10 am – 12 pm with a Ribbon Cutting at 10 am. Everyone is welcome to attend and discover more about the center, available services, or make a donation! The Pulaski Center will be open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 5 pm for employment programs. Donations will be received Monday – Saturday 9 am – 5 pm; Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm.
The following services will be available at the center:
- GoodCare Healthcare
- GoodStart Reentry
- Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
- Supported Employment
- WIOA Services
“We are excited to open the first Donation and Employment Services Center at our Goodwill,” states Jim Forer, Vice President, Donated Goods. “Pulaski was the perfect location to offer a center combining both a donation site and employment services. Donations are the fuel for Goodwill’s mission. We look forward to being a larger part of the Pulaski community and helping people with job training as well as collect their generous donations.”
The new location will help to collect donations more efficiently, and directly tie to the mission with employment services being available in the same space. It also provides a vastly improved facility for the donation attendant. The new center also supports Goodwill’s strategic plan by providing needed services in the communities it serves as well as creating a team member centered organization.
For more information on Goodwill programs, donating, shopping or other locations, visit the website at www.goodwillvalleys.com.
About Goodwill Industries® of the Valleys
Goodwill Industries of the Valleys serves 35 counties and 14 cities throughout Central, Southwest, and Southside Virginia. Its vison is to eliminate poverty through its mission of empowering individuals, strengthening families, and inspiring communities. In 2021, Goodwill served 38,446 youth, adults, and seniors, placed 670 people into jobs in our community, and helped individuals attain 2,949 industry recognized credentials allowing them to be more competitive in their job search and to find higher paying employment. Visit www.goodwillvalleys.com for more information.