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Ohio Valley Goodwill To Open New Attended Donation Center In West Chester, Ohio
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sharon Hannon, Marketing Specialist
513-771-4800 / Fax 513-771-4959
Cincinnati, OH ·· May 13, 2015 ·· Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries is pleased to announce that it will be opening a new Attended Donation Center located at 7773 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd., West Chester, OH on Wednesday, June 3, 2015.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 9:00 am to mark the opening of this new donation center. Hours of operation will be Monday through Saturday from 9:30 am – 6:00 pm and Sunday from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. For the convenience of donors, the drive-thru center will be staffed with an attendant who will assist contributors with their donations and offer them a receipt.
Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries is always in need of clean, usable clothing, shoes, household items including small electric appliances and kitchen items, children’s items, seasonal items, sporting goods, furniture and even auto donations! For customer convenience, Ohio Valley Goodwill handles all the paperwork to make vehicle donations as simple and easy as possible.
This second West Chester Attended Donation Center will join in with the other West Chester donation trailer located at Tylersville and Cox Roads and will offer the ease of drive-up service.
“We are so pleased that Goodwill is able to offer this new convenient donation site for our customers in the West Chester/Butler County area and we appreciate their generous support of our very important mission,” said Jeff Eastham, Goodwill’s Operations Manager.
Through its network of donation centers and retail stores, Goodwill is able to raise more than 65% of the income needed to provide services for the people it serves. Goodwill is always in need of donations and as an effective community steward; Ohio Valley Goodwill has always taken its role in the recycling process very seriously. Even donations that are not sold in Goodwill stores are handled efficiently and in an environmentally responsible manner. Donors can be sure that items that cannot be sold are still valuable to Goodwill and that the organization uses these items to help with its mission to serve individuals with disabilities.
For nearly 100 years, Ohio Valley Goodwill has been providing skill training, employment and personal enrichment programs for men and women with disabilities, veterans and at-risk youth. Each year, Goodwill serves more than 3,400 people and last year (21014), helped 913 to get jobs in the Greater Cincinnati community. Donations to Ohio Valley Goodwill have made this mission of service possible.