Seabrook, NH (PRWEB) April 26, 2015
Shoppers and donors are invited to the Grand Opening celebration of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England’s new Seabrook, New Hampshire store and donation center on Wednesday, April 29, 2015.
The Seabrook location is the 30th retail store and donation center for Goodwill NNE. It is the Agency's tenth in New Hampshire.
Celebration activities include a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9:00 am, door prizes and weekend-long raffle. Customers will also have the opportunity to learn about Goodwill’s programs in Maine that help strengthen our communities and get people back to work.
The new store and donation center is at 21 Chevy Chase Road in the Seabrook. The new 16,500 square foot building features a convenient donation drive, polished concrete floors (which eliminates the need for harsh chemical cleaners), indoor and outdoor LED lights and large windows to reduce electricity use.
“We are thrilled to expand our retail presence in the Seacoast area,” said Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. “The revenue generated from our retail stores is invested in services that help New Hampshire residents build stability in their lives and strengthen their communities through the power of work.”
The new store will feature a wide variety of donated goods as well as a limited selection of new items to create a complete shopping experience.
The new Seabrook Goodwill store will employ more than 40 full and part time staff. Store and donation center hours are Monday through Saturday 9:00am – 9:00pm and Sunday 10:00am – 7:00pm.
The Seabrook Goodwill Retail Store and Donation Center is located near the intersection of U.S. Route 1 (Lafayette Road) and NH Route 107. It is easily accessible from Exit 1 of Interstate 95 in New Hampshire.
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Goodwill Industries of Northern New England has a 10-year goal of being instrumental in moving 10,000 households out of poverty and into stability in our territory of Maine, New Hampshire and northern Vermont.
We not only create training opportunities and jobs within Goodwill, our Workforce Services helps local businesses build their own workforce. As an employer of more than 2,100 people and a social service provider, we have a unique perspective that can help other employers find and keep reliable employees.
Recycled Cycles, a Goodwill NNE service in New Hampshire, is a partnership with the Central New Hampshire Bicycling Coalition to create job training opportunities repairing and maintaining bicycles. Program participants also benefit through individualized training and mentoring. Recycled Cycles is focused on increasing community awareness about the health, environmental and cost benefits to transportational cycling.
Goodwill Neurorehabilitation Services in Portland, Maine and Lewiston, Maine offers comprehensive brain injury services and treatment options for people with acquired brain injuries. At Goodwill Neurorehabilitation Services, comprehensive, community-based therapies are provided to assist individuals with cognitive, emotional and physical needs – so lives can get back on track after a brain injury.
Our services are funded by revenue from retail and recycling operations, grants, fees, and philanthropic gifts. Please visit http://www.goodwillnne.org for more information.