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Goodwill Accepting Donations Seven Days A Week

Goodwill donation van. Courtesy
Goodwill donation van. Courtesy

Goodwill has opened an attended donation center in Swampscott at 450 Paradise Road in the Stop & Shop Plaza. 

The center is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

At the center you can donate clothing, textiles, shoes and other accessories, books, small working appliances, household items, small furniture, antiques, collectibles, and more. 

Goodwill urges residents to donate items that are of good quality and to donate during the hours of operation. An attendant will be able to provide a tax receipt for all donations.

“We are very excited to be increasing our presence on the North Shore with this new donation center in Swampscott,” said Jason Marshall, vice president of retail for Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries. “Now it’s more convenient to donate to a great cause.”

For a complete list of what to donate, store locations and other information, please visit www.goodwillmass.org.

Earlier this year, Goodwill opened a new attended donation center in Peabody at the Stop & Shop plaza. 

In the greater Boston area, Goodwill serves 10,000 people a year, providing job training, career services, and youth programs. Goodwill’s mission is to help people with barriers to self-sufficiency achieve independence and dignity through work.

Goodwill collects nearly 23 million pounds in donations every year in eastern and central Massachusetts, meaning reusable items are diverted from the landfill and into stores, where they take on new value for shoppers looking to stretch their dollar.

 


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