We all have times of financial crisis, and in those times we find ourselves trying to spend the least amount of money we can on necessary items without sacrificing quality. Goodwill Industries, a company with over 1,700 stores throughout the country can do just this; save you money on necessities without losing quality. However, there are numerous reasons to shop at your local Goodwill store, and while this appears to be the most common one, it is only one of many.
The Goodwill Store carries used items that people have donated to the company, some of which have been refurbished, and has a broad selection of goods that meet the needs of even the most fickle person. Not only gender and type organize clothing, but color. This feature is nice when shopping for a garment that matches another piece of clothing you own, because it allows you to view the whole spectrum of pink, blues, oranges, etc. that are available to buy instead of having to root through different colored garments in search of one that matches. In addition to clothing, the Goodwill Store carries furniture ranging from end tables to sectional sofas. Prices on clothing and furniture are very reasonable, shirts going for roughly two dollars and thirty five cents, most pants not over eight to ten dollars, and furniture, depending on quality, can range anywhere from a mere four dollars to anywhere upwards of a hundred.
One of the best features of the Goodwill Store is their selection of clothing. The clothing in the store, being donated, is basically one of a kind as opposed to the store having twenty to thirty of the same items stocked on the shelf. This gives the Goodwill Store shopping experience a little excitement because you never know what you will find. Likewise, you can never be sure that a garment or piece of furniture you liked will still be there at your next visit. Shopping at Goodwill also in a way gives you the feeling of a child in a candy store. There are so many choices, all of which are very different from each other, and it is oftentimes hard to decide which items to purchase. This quandary is lightened, and most times alleviated, by the decreased prices however. Also, the clothing ranges in style from fifties era poodle skirts to clothing that is being produced and worn nowadays. This is perfect for those vintage clothing buffs, because garments are low-priced, as opposed to vintage clothing stores. Garments are also of high quality, without holes or tears, despite their used condition
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Goodwill Industries is a nonprofit organization, and is designed not to make money, but to provide a place of employment to those in need and offer them job skills which can be placed on future resumes. Those of us who are concerned about the environment will also love the fact that instead of clothing being thrown away into dumps and landfills, it is being reused by others. This is a wonderful idea, and even if you do not shop at Goodwill, you can donate them your clothes, in return for a tax write-off, so that they too may be reused. The customer service at Goodwill stores is not overbearing, having salesmen incessantly asking you if you need help, but employees are always willing and able to help you find anything you need.
In closing, Goodwill Industries is a wonderful nonprofit place for anyone to shop regardless of age and social class. The ideas employed in the store, of reusing clothing and household items and of employing those in times of need, are undeniably goodhearted, and everyone should support these ideas by shopping at The Goodwill Store.