Happy (nearly) New Year’s Eve! We hope you enjoy our last World Wide Web Round-Up of 2010. Here, we scour the internet for the best Goodwill finds to share with you, to give you a better idea of what you too can find at your local Goodwill store.
Door Sixteen: I haven’t been doing a lot of scavenging lately, but with a second home in the works, I’ve started keeping my eyes open a little wider again. Yesterday I found this pretty piece of pottery at the the Goodwill for $2.99! I love the rich, deep blue of the cross pattern and the all of the crazing in the glaze.
Now that you have a home full of this year’s holiday presents, it’s the perfect time to donate the old to make room for the new. All of our Goodwill store locations accept donations – so find the store near you, make a donation, get a tax deduction, and do your part to help make your community brighter in 2010. Who knows – you may even find the perfect gift for next year’s celebrations, too!
Happy Christmas Eve! In honor of Santa’s whirlwind sleigh rides every December 24th, we’re taking you on our own lightning speed trip of the country this holiday Thursday – our Mid-Week Mini-Break. Here we’ll show off the the best Goodwill finds on the World Wide Web, to give you a taste of what you’ll find at a Goodwill near you. Hope you enjoy…
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Get Your Martha On: Yesterday, however, I braved the crowds at Goodwill for a little peek. And I spied a soup tureen from across a sea of used furniture. Yes! Finally! And only $4.99! Can I get another exclamation mark (and an amen), please?!?!?!
In the Purple House: I had to go to the Goodwill today, for some raw materials… While I was there, I spotted a big box on the floor. “Children’s encyclopedia $5.” My first thought was “where will I put them?” (I have a bit of a children’s book problem…er…collection.) My next thought was “who cares?…I need them.”
All Bower Power: Anyone else still shopping for Christmas presents? …I was totally inspired to shop till I flopped by all the great finds at my local Goodwill store… This punch set comes complete with 12 mini glasses and a serving bowl. And not only does the $9 price tag tug on my heart strings but the star design that adorns the sides of the slightly square sides really makes this find sparkle. No entertainer would regift this one!
And don’t forget A Good Look’s online Guides to GoodwillNyNj to find a Goodwill near you! So far, we’ve posted guides to Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn. If you live in the Bronx, Staten Island, or anywhere outside the city, we’ve got you covered, too: our official website lists all of GoodwillNyNj’s store locations throughout Greater New York and Northern New Jersey: just click here!
Are you looking for the perfect last-minute presents this holiday season? Searching for affordable fabric for homemade Christmas stockings? Or a ton of tree ornaments for an incredible bargain?
Whatever you’re looking for, your local Goodwill’s got it – and, if you’re in Queens, here’s exactly where to find us (and for Brooklyn: click here; Manhattan: click here). Just click below for The Guide to GoodwillNyNj, Queens:
On December 10, 2009 Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey opened its 38th store in Rockaway, New Jersey. Here’s our video peek at the new store, now open and ready for business!