Good Look Gal Finds: Nifty, Thrifty, and Always Under $50


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Blair Sorrel, The Dollarwise Dilettante

A Good Look Contributor


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Another season, another reason 

The New Centenarians – we’re celebrating our 100th with the launch of The Good Look Gal and Guy. On the first Monday of each month, we’ll feature here Goodwill store employees and customers who exemplify the very best our Goodwill stores and boutiques offer in fashion sense while still saving your hard-earned cent.

Be ready for the shifting seasons with easy pieces that will layer up or sport solo.

Where else on the Upper West Side will you find such chic value? Look no further. In this first edition, we go to our 72nd Street boutique in Manhattan to check out how you can transition that summer outfit you purchased and get mileage out of it through the chillier September nights.

Indian Summer suggests warm yet slightly crisper temps so layering is the savvy solution. Here our always comely Sales Specialist, Shayanne, pairs a floral Calvin Klein blouse, J. Crew cutoffs, and stylish Union Bay wedgies for a sidewalk stroll during the remaining sultry days.

Fall marked her debut with Goodwill last October. As her anniversary approaches, we celebrate her singular flair for melding diverse garments to create an individualistic, yet flattering allure. You must agree that opposites are extremely attractive on her!

This talented looker thinks no ensemble is complete without the right hair so she is actively pursuing a beauty license while gracing the store. And she is clearly the best judge of what enhances her svelte form – a handsome Helmut Lang jacket and Wolford tights for a sensible, yet striking autumnal transition. Then indulge in a few lustrous, bargain baubles for a little extra sparkle to cap a winning stunner that only looks rich.

“I love fashion because it allows me to express myself and to be creative with different shapes and styles. I like to combine opposite shapes with a dab of color,” says Shayanne, a Sales Specialist at Goodwill’s 72nd Street boutique since October 2014.

Shayanne’s summer outfit:  

  • Calvin Klein Blouse, $9.99 
  • J. Crew Shorts, $4.99

Fall outfit:

  • Helmut Lang New York Jacket, $19.99
  • Wolford Tights, $2.99 
  • UnionBay shoes, $ 9.99
  • Necklace, $0.99
  • Bracelet, $0.99 the set

Goodwill 72nd Street boutique:

157 West 72nd Street

Manhattan, NY 10023

P: (212) 799-2723

 

If you would like to be featured as the Good Look Gal or Guy wearing the outfit you purchased at your favorite Goodwill store for $50 or less, please email jmedellin@goodwillnynj.org

Blair Sorrel was the long-standing author of “The Dollarwise Dilettante,” a column at the Free Time Magazine, which highlighted free cultural offerings in New York City. Blair remains an inveterate thrifter and preferred customer who recognized both the bounty of bargains and abundance of panache on our graceful personnel. While she dabbles in accessories, www.HappyChics.com and other frivolity, she is adept at navigating what’s underfoot, www.StreetZaps.com

When you #ShopGoodwill , not only will you look good, you’ll feel good, too! Because your purchases support Goodwill’s programs and services. Head here to find GoodwillNYNJ store locations near you!

@PlanetBrandee LIVE! From the 72nd Street Goodwill Boutique

@PlanetBrandee LIVE from NYCThrifting is all about the thrill of the hunt, and for me, even though I travel far and wide across the country for the best designer, unique vintage and stunning one of a kind finds, nothing tops the hunt at home in New York City!

This week I’m recapping the great 72nd Street boutique on the Upper West Side of NYC. This flagship store boasts everything! From burnished leather Frye boots to swinging floral dresses, there’s always something fabulous on the racks here!

72nd Street Goodwill Boutique clothingThe incredible fashion wizard at this location, Miss Tatiana has a fabulous eye for energetic visual merchandising so the store always looks great! AND not only does my favorite ex-staff style great, but they work hard and with heart to promote recycling. See how we did with this video spot produced by the New York City Department of Sanitation! From cross body leather satchels and arm length opera gloves the goodies are sure to pop up. Grab a coffee at Grandaisy Bakery and get to kicking! This location also has a wonderful tie in to Ann Taylor, so you can occasionally find exquisite A-line work appropriate pieces that easily translate from runway to board room.

Housewares and books are another token favorite at this lovely locale, so stack up on old school hardcovers and vintage dishware, but bring a double lined bag, because it’s easy to get some much-fun stuff, you literally need a second pair of hands to haul the treasure home. Tea party for two or champagne flute brunches anyone?

72nd Street Boutique tie rackAnd I’m not one to shamelessly plug, but be sure to sign up for your Goodwill Rewards card as well and reap the killer points you kickback everytime you make a purchase. It’s super easy to find yourself with an armful of goodies dancing the whole way home AND all while saving a chunk of change in the process.

72nd Street Boutique shoe rackWhether “nuevo” Ann Taylor or old school polyester jumpsuits, Goodwill’s 72nd Street Boutique has something for everyone. For this edition of “LIVE! from”, I’m off to Central Park to Imagine my upcoming summer escape! Join me next blog as my secret travel journeys from runway to highway continue to fuel my search for the best food, fun and fashion the world can offer! Till then, see you on the streets! Follow the adventures on Twitter! #planetbrandee #fashion #NYC

Brandee Sanders is a writer, creative lifestyle and thrift enthusiast. Brandee’s work has been featured in Bill Cunningham’s New York Times style column, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, AOL and Time Out NY. Follow her runway meets the highway adventures and travels @PlanetBrandee 

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Summer Calls for Shopping Outdoors

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Thinking about summer it is all about al fresco dining, outdoor concerts and enjoying the beach. What you don’t hear people talking about is outdoor shopping. Whether it’s a street fair, a stoop sale or a flea market, scoring great bargain with the sun shining down has always been the highlight of my summer.

I was introduced to flea markets by my grandmother. The first one we ever visited is still going strong at the border of Brooklyn and Queens. I remember it like it was yesterday. She bought me a hot dog and a pair of Jellies. I can still recall all the vendors peddling food, socks, furniture and knick-knacks. At that point, most of my shopping was done in malls or major strips in New York. I was used to merchandise perfectly organized on shelves and salespeople pinching my cheeks. But this vast concrete bazaar left me wanting more.

In my adolescent and teen years, I discovered street fairs. At these fairs, I became open to multiethnic culinary delights. Now, I did not have to venture into ethnic enclaves of each borough to get my feast on. Instead, I had the opportunity to improve my palate within a 4-block distance. Along with ethnic food, I also learned about additional ethnic products. From the South East Asian jewelry, to the knits from Ecuador, and the oils from Africa, I was becoming a global customer. And I was right in my hometown! Street Fairs are still going strong, and when I get a chance, I stroll through one to recapture my early years.

Flea markets have come into my life, as both a customer and as a vendor. During the summer of 2012, I held down the fort at DeKalb Market (which no longer exists) with my vintage collection. It was fun, but not the most profitable. In Brooklyn you can make a full experience out of attending a flea market especially with the highly curated BK Flea. The hipster area is full of high-end meets lowbrow food, vintage clothing and furniture dealers. There are also flea markets in the Upper West Side and all throughout Long Island filled with Bargain Hunters.

The next time you are wondering what to do on a Saturday or Sunday, forgo your brunch plans and head to your closest outdoor shopping adventure! You will enjoy it more than your usual plans.

Native New Yorker Shaunya is the owner and curator of VintageShaun, a collection of vintage clothing with a contemporary vision that has been featured in NBC’s The Today Show. She is a longtime Goodwill fan and style expert. Last May, Shaunya collaborated in Goodwill’s Spring Fling the Excess, our Earth Day/spring cleaning promotion. Most recently, she styled models for Goodwill Suits You, a fashion show to mark October, National Disability Employment Awareness month.

You may also read her blog: www.vintageshaun.com or follow her on Twitter @vintageshaun

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Weekend Window Sales: Shoppers Wanted!

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Time for another round of GoodwillNyNj Window Sales! Join us this weekend for incredible deals and be sure to pipe up in our comments if you chance a great find. Here’s the line-up for what’s on the way in the next couple days:

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18:

  • The Steinway Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:15 a.m. to customers in line, first come-first serve. Doors open at 9 a.m. to all customers, who are taken in numerical order. Purchases are limited to two window items per customer. Once their window transaction is complete, customers are free to shop the store. Offered every Friday. You’ll find the Goodwill Steinway Store at 32-36 Steinway Street, Astoria, NY 11103
    (718-932-0418).
  • The Massapequa Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed to customers on line by 8:45 a.m., and the doors open at 9. The store admits two customers at a time. Purchases are limited to two window items per person. To keep the sale moving, customers are asked to make their selections quickly without examining each individual window item. Once they have made their choice, they are free to shop the rest of the store. At 9:30, the store opens to the general public. You’ll find the Massapequa Goodwill at 814 Hicksville Road, Massapequa, NY 11758 (516-795-0237).
  • The Bronx Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 7:45 a.m. to customers in line, first come-first serve. Doors open at 8 a.m. The store admits two customers at a time, who may purchase two window items. At 9, the store opens to everyone unless there are still ticket-holders in line. Once they’re through, any remaining window merchandise is available to everyone. You’ll find the Bronx Goodwill at 361 East 149th Street, Bronx, NY 10455 (718-292-1083).
  • The 79th Street Goodwill Window Sale: The weekly sale begins at 10 a.m. and is first come, first serve. Each customer is given a ticket in the order they arrived. They may pick two window items to buy. When the purchase is made, customers may rejoin the line to make another selection. 217 West 79th Street, New York, NY 10024 (212-874-5050).
  • The Livingston Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:30 a.m., first come-first serve. Doors open at 9 a.m. Two items per customer; rejoin line for another chance. You’ll find the Livingston Goodwill at 258 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718-923-9037).
  • The Chelsea Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed to customers on line at 8:45 a.m., and the doors open at 9. The store admits two customers at a time. Purchases are limited to two window items per person. Once their transaction is complete, window sale shoppers must leave the store until it opens to everyone at 10. You’ll find the Chelsea Goodwill at 103 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 (646-638-1725).

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19:

  • The Goodwill 72nd Street Boutique Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 9 a.m. to customers in line, first come-first serve. Following distribution, the store admits two customers at a time, who may purchase two window items. At 10, the store opens to everyone. You’ll find the Goodwill 72nd Street Boutique at 157 West 72nd Street, New York, NY 10023 (212-799-2723).
  • The Harlem Goodwill Window Sale: The weekly sale starts at 9 a.m., and is first-come, first-serve. Each customer is given a number in the order they arrive. They may pick two window items to buy. When the purchases are made, they may rejoin the line to make additional selections. You’ll find the Goodwill Harlem Store at 2196 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10037 (212-862-0020).
  • The Fulton Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:45 a.m., first come-first serve. Doors open at 9 a.m. Two items per customer; rejoin line for another chance. You’ll find the Fulton Goodwill at 1100-1104 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11238 (718-789-0856).
  • The East Northport Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:30 a.m., first come-first serve. Doors open at 8:45 a.m. Two customers are admitted at a time, who may select two items each. Store opens at 9:30 unless there are still ticket-holders in line. Once they are done, window merchandise is available to everyone. You’ll find the East Northport Goodwill at 1900 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, NY 11731 (631-462-4219).
  • The Wappingers Falls Goodwill Window Sale: The sale begins at 8 a.m., and is first come-first serve. Each customer is given a ticket in the order they arrive. The store admits two customers at a time, who may purchase three window items. When all the ticketed purchasers are done, the merchandise is available to other customers after the store opens at 9. You’ll find the Wappingers Falls Goodwill at 1488 Route 9, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 (845-298-0311).
  • The Bellmore Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:45 a.m., first come first serve. Doors open at 9 a.m. Two customers are admitted at a time, who may select two items each. Store opens to the general public at 9:30. You’ll find the Bellmore Goodwill at 2736 Merrick Road, Bellmore, NY 11710 (516-409-5951).
  • The Pequannock Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis as window sale customers enter the store at 9:30 a.m. Each customer may pick up to four window items to buy. The store opens to regular customers at 10 a.m. You’ll find the Pequannock Store at 561 Route 23, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444 (973-616-2860).
  • The Elmsford Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed to customers, first come-first serve, at the 8 a.m. start of the sale. The store admits one customer at a time, who has five minutes to select up to five items. Once their transaction is complete, window sale shoppers may take their purchases to their car and come back to shop the store. If they want more items from the window, they will need to get another ticket at that time. The store opens to all customers at 10 a.m. You’ll find the Elmsford Goodwill at 380 North Sawmill River Road, Elmsford, NY 10523 (914-347-4376).
  • The Jersey City Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed to customers on line by 7:45 a.m., and the doors open at 8. The store admits two customers at a time. Purchases are limited to two window items per person. At 9, the store opens to everyone unless there are still ticket-holders on line. Once they’ve made their purchases, any remaining window merchandise is up for grabs. You’ll find the Jersey City Goodwill at 2815 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201-946-6735).
  • The Paramus Goodwill Window Sale: Sale starts at 9 am. Numbered tickets start giving out at 8:30 a.m. Two ticket holders at a time, and three item max on windows sale items. Customer purchases immediately, and can take items back to their car. They are allowed back in to shop the sales floor (no window sale items). Same customer can get new ticket if they want more window sale items. Store opens at 10 a.m. All items are available for sale unless window sale customers are still waiting for their number to be called. You’ll find the Paramus Goodwill at 809 New Jersey 17, Paramus, NJ 07652 (201-444-0596).

And just in case you’re not in the know yet, a Goodwill Window Sale is when the best items in the store (which have been displayed in the window for days if not weeks) go on sale. There are often designer items and high-priced toys in the mix. We’ve seen everything from red lacquered Chinese lions to a Ferragamo heels to pristine electric guitars. Crowds form early, so try to get to the store well before doors open.

To find your nearest Goodwill, visit http://www.goodwillnynj.org/shop/goodwill-store-locations/all. Hope to see you soon, Goodwill fans!

GoodwillNyNj’s Weekend Window Sales, Grand Reopening & Customer Appreciation Days!

It’s getting hot, hot, hot – and our stores are FULL of fashion, fun and (wait for it…) air-conditioning!

Here’s the rundown for GoodwillNyNj Window Sales plus the Stuyvesant Goodwill Store’s Grand Reopening and a special NYC Customer Appreciation Day (other regions to come*) to end your workweek with thriftin’ flair!:

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THURSDAY, JULY 11th:

  • Stuyvesant Store Reopening: You are invited to stop by Goodwill’s Stuyvesant store, which will reopen on Thursday at 10am after renovations. The store is located at 1704 Second Avenue (88th Street), New York, NY 10128; 212-831-1830. Hours are Monday-Saturday 10-8:30 and Sunday 10-7.
  • NYC & Long Island Customer Appreciation Day: Goodwill celebrates our customers on Thursdays in July with Customer Appreciation Day in NYC (except Stuyvesant store & Van Dam outlet) and Long Island. Get 25% off storewide all day Thursday, July 11th. Enjoy and thank you for supporting Goodwill!

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FRIDAY, JULY 12th:

  • The Bronx Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 7:45 a.m. to customers in line, first come-first serve. Doors open at 8 a.m. The store admits two customers at a time, who may purchase two window items. At 9, the store opens to everyone unless there are still ticket-holders in line. Once they’re through, any remaining window merchandise is available to everyone. You’ll find the Bronx Store at 361 East 149th Street, Bronx, NY 10455 (718-292-1083).

SATURDAY, JULY 13th:

  • The Goodwill Village Boutique Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:50 a.m., first come first serve. Doors open at 9 a.m. Two customers are admitted at a time, who may select two items each. If they want more, they must go to the back of the line and get another ticket. Store opens to the general public when the window sale is over, usually 10-10:15. You’ll find the Goodwill Village Boutique at 44 West 8th Street, New York, NY 10011 (212-477-7024).
  • The Goodwill W. 72nd Street Uptown Boutique Window Sale: Treat yourself to the 72nd Street store’s window sale on Saturday, July 13. Tickets are distributed at 9 a.m. to customers in line, first come-first serve. Following distribution, the store admits two customers at a time, who may purchase two window items. At 10, the store opens to everyone. You’ll find the Goodwill 72nd Street Store & Donation Center at 157 West 72nd Street, New York, NY 10023 (212-799-2723).
  • The East Harlem Third Avenue Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:15 a.m. to customers in line, first come-first serve. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. The store admits three customers at a time, who may purchase two window items. At 9:30, the store opens to everyone and any remaining window merchandise is available to all. You’ll find the Goodwill East Harlem Store at 2231 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10035 (212-410-0973).
  • The East Northport Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:15 a.m., first come-first serve. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Two customers are admitted at a time, who may select two items each. Store opens at 9:30 unless there are still ticket-holders in line. Once they are done, window merchandise is available to everyone. You’ll find the East Northport Goodwill at 1900 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, NY 11731 (631-462-4219).
  • The Wappingers Falls Goodwill Window Sale: The sale begins at 8 a.m., and is first come-first serve. Each customer is given a ticket in the order they arrive. The store admits two customers at a time, who may purchase three window items. When all the ticketed purchasers are done, the merchandise is available to other customers after the store opens at 9. You’ll find the Wappingers Falls Goodwill at 1488 Route 9, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 (845-298-0311).
  • The Fairfield Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis as window sale customers enter the store at 9:30 a.m. Each customer may pick up to four window items to buy. The store opens to regular customers at 10 a.m. You’ll find the Fairfield Store at 423 Route 46 West, Fairfield, NJ 07004 (973-227-1842).

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*On the horizon: Customer Appreciation Days in the Hudson Valley, the Capitol District, Northern New Jersey and Broome County! Take 25% off storewide in the following regions on the following days:

  • July 18 – Hudson Valley & Capital District
  • July 25 – Northern New Jersey & Broome County, NY 

GoodwillNyNj’s Weekend Window Sales: June 21-23

Looks like it’s going to be a gorgeous weekend! Here’s the GoodwillNyNj Window Sales forecast to help you plan it right:

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FRIDAY, JUNE 21st:

  • The Massapequa Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed to customers on line by 8:45 a.m., and the doors open at 9. The store admits two customers at a time. Purchases are limited to two window items per person. To keep the sale moving, customers are asked to make their selections quickly without examining each individual window item. Once they have made their choice, they are free to shop the rest of the store. At 9:30, the store opens to the general public. You’ll find the Massapequa Goodwill at 814 Hicksville Road, Massapequa, NY 11758 (516-795-0237).

SATURDAY, JUNE 22nd:

  • The Goodwill Village Boutique Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:50 a.m., first come first serve. Doors open at 9 a.m. Two customers are admitted at a time, who may select two items each. If they want more, they must go to the back of the line and get another ticket. Store opens to the general public when the window sale is over, usually 10-10:15. You’ll find the Goodwill Village Boutique at 44 West 8th Street, New York, NY 10011 (212-477-7024).
  • The East Harlem Third Avenue Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:15 a.m. to customers in line, first come-first serve. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. The store admits three customers at a time, who may purchase two window items. At 9:30, the store opens to everyone and any remaining window merchandise is available to all. You’ll find the Goodwill East Harlem Store at 2231 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10035 (212-410-0973).
  • The East Northport Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:15 a.m., first come-first serve. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Two customers are admitted at a time, who may select two items each. Store opens at 9:30 unless there are still ticket-holders in line. Once they are done, window merchandise is available to everyone. You’ll find the East Northport Goodwill at 1900 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, NY 11731 (631-462-4219).
  • The Springfield Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis as window sale customers enter the store at 9:30 a.m. Each customer may pick up to four window items to buy. The store opens to regular customers at 10 a.m. You’ll find the Springfield Goodwill at 126 Route 22 West, Springfield, NJ 07081 (973-912-0156).
  • The Wappingers Falls Goodwill Window Sale: The sale begins at 8 a.m., and is first come-first serve. Each customer is given a ticket in the order they arrive. The store admits two customers at a time, who may purchase three window items. When all the ticketed purchasers are done, the merchandise is available to other customers after the store opens at 9. You’ll find the Wappingers Falls Goodwill at 1488 Route 9, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 (845-298-0311).

SUNDAY, JUNE 23rd:

  • The Bellmore Goodwill Window Sale: Tickets are distributed at 8:45 a.m., first come first serve. Doors open at 9 a.m. Two customers are admitted at a time, who may select two items each. Store opens to the general public at 9:30. You’ll find the Bellmore Goodwill at 2736 Merrick Road, Bellmore, NY 11710 (516-409-5951).

And don’t forget – as of TODAY, June 20th – the Goodwill Uptown Boutique is officially open! For all the info on the newest place to get designer finds for less, check out our recent post:
Introducing GoodwillNyNj’s Uptown Manhattan Boutique.”

To find your nearest Goodwill, visit http://www.goodwillnynj.org/shop/goodwill-store-locations/all. Hope to see you soon, Goodwill fans!

P.S. In case you’re not in the know yet, a Goodwill Window Sale is when the best items in the store (which have been displayed in the window for days if not weeks) go on sale. There are often designer items and high-priced toys in the mix. We’ve seen everything from red lacquered Chinese lions to a Ferragamo heels to pristine electric guitars. Crowds form early, so try to get to the store well before doors open.

Introducing: GoodwillNyNj’s Uptown Manhattan Boutique!

UWS, we’ve got great news!: Goodwill’s first Uptown Manhattan Boutique will open this Thursday, June 20th!

Come join us
Come join us at 157 West 72nd Street for our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on June 20th, starting at 10am!

Housed in the commercial base of a landmark brownstone with neo-Greco ornamentation built at the turn of the 20th century, Goodwill’s 72nd Street boutique and donation center is located at 157 West 72nd Street, New York, NY 10023, between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. Hours are Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Continuing in the tradition of our two downtown boutiques in Greenwich Village and Chelsea, the 4,000 sq. ft. 72nd Street boutique will offer stylish, quality clothing and small household items at affordable prices. Customers may become Goodwill Rewards Card members to receive additional discounts.

Goodwill’s 72nd Street boutique will provide full- and part-time employment for up to 12 people, some of them persons with disabilities.

Goodwill stores offer local residents the opportunity to contribute to organization’s mission by donating unwanted belongings. Because Goodwill is a not-for-profit, contributed items in good condition are tax-deductible, and receipts are provided upon request.

Goodwill stores and DonationXpress, our attended donation centers, offer training and employment for individuals who are underserved or lack education or work experience. Some of them are people with physical, developmental and psychiatric disabilities. In Manhattan, Goodwill also works with the Department of Education to provide retail and job experience for students aging out of special education.

Be the first to learn about sales and promotions at Goodwill’s social media Facebook page and Twitter – and by checking back right here, of course! Thank you for all your support and we can’t wait to see you at the brand-new Uptown Manhattan Boutique!

Goodwill 72nd Street Boutique:
157 W. 72nd Street, New York, NY 10023
Phone: (212) 799-2723