With COVID-19 continuing to spread, it is essential that we do our part to reduce chance of exposure to our employees, the individuals we serve, and our community at-large. Beginning Friday, July 3 we will be following the orders for the state of Kansas and requiring all who enter our stores to wear a face mask or covering. Click here to read the full executive order from the Governor.
The safety of our staff and customers is very important to us. The following additional precautions will continue to be in place:
Due to the latest extension on the Kansas stay-at-home order, our stores remain closed for the time being. Donations are still being accepted, only when bins are present outside the store. Please do not leave donations if bins are not present as this is considered illegal dumping.
Mon.-Sat. | 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday | 1 pm – 6 pm.
In response to COVID-19 and the high unemployment rates that have followed, NexStep Alliance is now offering free enrollment for online GED classes through April 24. Click here to enroll and for additional resources for you and your families.
Due to the most recent local developments surrounding COVID-19, our day programs and all of our stores will be closed until further notice:
As news about COVID-19 (the Coronavirus disease) continues to spread, we wanted to assure you that Goodwill Retail Stores and Mission Services plan to remain open to our community.
Additional precautions are being taken for the safety of our customers, staff and program participants. These include:
While we take this situation very seriously, Goodwill is more than a thrift store. Many rely on Goodwill for shopping and donating – but beyond that people look to Goodwill for employment, education services, disability services and much more.
Thank you for your continued support of Goodwill Industries of Kansas. If you should have any concerns, please feel free to share them with me.
In good health,
VP, Marketing and Development