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Goodwill Is Bringing Thrifting To The Internet And We Are Here For It

My daughter is a big fan of Goodwill. She loves to go in and pick up vintage flannels and t-shirts that aren’t your typical cutesy, Abercrombie or American Eagle finds.

I like to hit up their homewares, and find weird or unusual mugs, candle holders, or even pictures.

Now, Goodwill is making it easier than ever to go thrifting, and all you have to do is log onto their new website.

Goodwill Finds

Sure, up until now we have been able to find random Goodwill products on Ebay and Amazon.

But, they haven’t had their own centralized online thrift shopping presence.

That’s about to change. *Happy Dance*

While this is a good thing for us, it’s also a GREAT thing for all the community-based programs that Goodwill supports across the country.

Their new website will be able to help people with professional training, job placement, and youth mentorship on a much larger scale.

They also have the potential to increase their monetary donations with every single transaction.

According to NPR, Goodwill currently has over 100,000 items available online — many of which are brand name products.

Goodwill Finds

But, this is only the start. They are diligently working on adding many more products to their website.

Goodwill Finds

Our new social enterprise makes it easier for the conscious consumer to shop sustainably online, while heightening the thrifting experience they’ve come to love at Goodwill.

Matthew Kaness, CEO of Goodwill Finds

To find your next thrifting gem, hit up the Goodwill Finds website today.

It is important to note, you can not make clothing donations via the website. You still have to head to a physical Goodwill store location to drop off your goods.