Goodwill of Central Arizona is set to open a new store and their first location in Queen Creek on Friday, Jan. 13 at 9 a.m. The brand new 25,000 square foot store is located at 21437 S. Ellsworth Rd., Queen Creek, Ariz, 85142. The first 150 people in line outside the store will receive a $5 gift card good towards their next purchase at any Goodwill location.
“We’re excited to be entering the Queen Creek community,” said Courtney Nelson, vice president marketing and communications for Goodwill. “We hope the neighbors will come out and experience our new store and enjoy some free coffee and donuts. Our grand openings are always exciting!”
When you donate or shop at Goodwill, you help people in our community get the job preparation they need to support themselves and their families. Goodwill offers 19 no-cost career centers assisting thousands of Arizonans in their quest for meaningful employment.
“With each new store opening we hire 30-40 individuals,” said Nelson. “We still have open positions, and anyone we encourage anyone interested in applying to visit our website.
Please apply online at: www.jobs.goodwillaz.org.
Goodwill of Arizona operates 73 retail locations around the state where they accept donations of everything from appliances, furniture, knick-knacks and shoes to books, clothing, kitchenware and toys. Goodwill even accepts vehicle donations.
To find your nearest location, visit https://www.goodwillaz.org/locations/?filter=retail-store.
About Goodwill of Central Arizona
Founded in 1947, Goodwill of Central Arizona is one of the oldest nonprofit agencies in Arizona. With 70+ locations, donating and shopping at Goodwill means you’re fighting unemployment and promoting a sustainable environment. Last year, Goodwill helped place more than 44,000 Arizonans in local jobs with more than 600 employers. Each year, Goodwill diverts millions of pounds of material from going directly into Arizona landfills. It all adds up to one huge benefit: the betterment of our community. To learn more about our mission and services, visit: www.goodwillaz.org.