I will shop: When you shop at Goodwill, you support our programs and services.
Shoppers find all kinds of bargains and treasures at the Goodwill Store locations (including the Boston Outlet Store) in eastern and central Massachusetts. Clothing merchandise ranges from vintage and retro to contemporary designer brands, and other merchandise includes jewelry, shoes, popular household items, books and much, much more—all at great prices.
When you shop in The Goodwill Stores, you not only get good value, but you also do good for others. That is because The Goodwill Stores are a social enterprise that provides individuals with disabilities and other barriers to work the opportunity for on-the-job training in handling, sorting and merchandising nearly 23 million pounds of donated items annually. Many of Goodwill's retail training program graduates go on to build successful careers in the retail field. The Goodwill Stores also offer jobs to residents of the communities in which they are located. And, the revenue generated from store sales support Goodwill's many job training, youth, and community programs, which serve thousands of people in eastern and central Massachusetts.
Goodwill thanks the thousands of people from all walks of life who shop in The Goodwill Stores. Your purchases of quality, low cost, new and gently used clothing and household items support the Goodwill mission and make an important difference in people’s lives.
The Goodwill Stores are run as social enterprises, meaning they support Goodwill’s mission to provide job training for individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment while also providing jobs and good quality, low-cost goods to individuals and families looking for value.
Goodwill’s First Step program helps people find jobs.