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E-NEWSLETTER August 2017
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BACK-TO-SCHOOL BUYS FOR EVERY AGE

Over the next few weeks, students of all ages will be returning to school. Whether you are enrolled in grad school or your little one is heading off to kindergarten, thrift shopping for your back-to-school needs is the best way to stick to a budget and prepare yourself for the year ahead.

In the world of back-to-school shopping, there are sweaters and lunch boxes, and then there are couches and foosball tables. In college, students finally have the freedom to furnish their own space. They work hard on papers and focus fastidiously during lectures, so in their downtime they deserve to relax and enjoy themselves with some slightly frivolous purchases. The big problem for college students, though, is funding: being newly independent means being suddenly (and shockingly) aware of your living expenses. That’s why Goodwill is a college student’s best friend – low prices for everything an undergrad could possibly need.

Good luck to anyone heading back to school this fall, no matter your age or grade level. May your year pass by with minimal stress and just the right amount of challenge to help you grow. You can do it!

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DONATE STUFF. CREATE JOBS.

As families buy items for back to school, Goodwill encourages them to donate the clothing and other items their children have outgrown. See the below list to find your nearest Goodwill store or donation center.

Retail Store Locations

  • Marion
    1637 Marion Mt. Gilead Rd.
  • Delaware
    1135 Columbus Pike
  • Marysville
    15709 US RT 36 East
  • Galion
    753 Carter Dr.
  • Lewis Center
    123 Neverland Dr.
  • Powell
    9820 Brewster Lane
  • Sunbury
    149 St. Rt. 3
  • Westerville
    7107 Northgate Way
  • Mt. Gilead
    527 West Marion Rd.

Donation Centers:

  • Powell
    210 N. Liberty St.
  • Lewis Center
    6437 Pullman Dr.
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Jim Gibbons, President and CEO, Goodwill Industries International Featured Speaker at Marion Goodwill’s Annual Meeting.

Save the date…Tuesday, October 17,2017

Jim Gibbons is the president and CEO of Goodwill Industries International. Prior to Goodwill®, Gibbons served as the president and CEO of National Industries for the Blind as well as Campus Wide Access Solutions, a division of AT&T

Gibbons earned his B.S. in industrial engineering from Purdue University, and a MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, where he was the first blind person to graduate with a Harvard MBA.

Gibbons has received several awards and recognitions for his work, including being recognized by The Non Profit Times among their 2014 Power & Influence Top 50, the 2014 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award from Purdue University, the 2010 National Jefferson Award for Greatest Public Service Benefiting the Disadvantaged and the 2010 SmartCEOEcoCEO award for organizational commitment to the environment. Gibbons recently served a two-year term on the White House Council for Community Solutions as appointed by President Obama. Gibbons writes for the Huffington Post and tweets from: @jdgibbons


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