Have too much sitting around your home? It's time to donate those old clothes taking up space in your closet and let them find a new home right here in the Yakima Valley, with three places you can donate to right now.
Been a long time since they closed the doors for the Goodwill locations in the Yakima Valley. Fortunately, they've announced plans to reopen in accordance to the modified Phase 1 as soon as this Friday.
After a week of taking submissions, we have some candidates for you to vote on. Goodwill's putting up a $200 gift card for first place, $100 for second and $50 for third. Vote by next Sunday (Oct. 28).
Often, when you shop at Goodwill they ask if you'd like to round up to help support job training. When asked, I always approve. All of that spare change is adding up as Goodwill thrift sales are going to help fund 62 scholarships in computing in Yakima as well as in Longview and Tacoma.
I'm a big fan of Goodwill; you'll see me in their stores at least once or twice a week. Spring time is one of my favorite times to shop at Goodwill. Not only because everyone donating everything from spring cleaning, but there are several reasons to swing by and browse that you may not have even considered...
You know it's spring when the yard sale signs start blooming all over town -- and the biggest one of all is about to pop!
It's Yakima's Biggest Yard Sale, coming Saturday, May 13, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Perry Technical Institute parking lot, 2011 W...
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are big days heading into the holiday season, but don't forget about #GivingTuesday.
#GivingTuesday is a collective effort by nonprofits to use the collective power of individual people, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and celebrate generosity during the holidays. Goodwill of Yakima, Union Gap, Selah and Ellensburg is one of those organizations