McCook, NE – Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska is pleased to announce the opening of its newest store and donation drop off in McCook, located at the intersection of Highway 34 and 83 in Westview Plaza. The store’s sales floor offers 7,200 square feet to allow for donations of clothing, housewares, electronics, books and other items that will be sold at bargain prices. Store hours are Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. The McCook store is Goodwill’s ninth store with current stores in Scottsbluff, North Platte, Lexington, Kearney, Grand Island North Webb and South Locust, Hastings and Columbus.
Goodwill is familiar with the McCook community, hosting consistent donation drives for many years and providing Employment and Career Services to individuals living with disabilities since 2012. “The revenue generated from the sale of merchandise supports the employment, independent living and recovery programs offered to people living with disabilities in communities across central and western Nebraska,” said Tammy Slater, CEO of Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska. “We are excited to be opening a store in McCook. McCook is a wonderful community and we appreciate the support we have received from the community through our donation drives and employment services. Now, we are able to add unique shopping experiences for the community.”
In addition to providing Employment and Career Service, Goodwill also offers Behavioral Health Services, Developmental Disability Services and Court Ordered Services. Over 2,000 people receive services annually across greater Nebraska.
For more information about retail, contact Brent Johnson at 308.850.1985.
ABOUT GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF GREATER NEBRASKA
Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska’s mission is to help people with disabilities or barriers achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. The organization fulfills this mission every day in Central and Western Nebraska by supporting people to find jobs that match their talents and gifts, teaching skills leading to increased independence, helping people through the process of recovery and empowering people to focus on their strengths and abilities rather than a diagnosis or disability.