Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries
Serving Greater Cincinnati

Every Kid Can Find Their Own Back-to-School Style at Goodwill!

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As Students Return to The Classroom This Fall, Families Can Find Something For Everyone At Goodwill — Without Breaking The Bank

 

It’s been a long year and a half since the pandemic began, and we’ve all spent a lot of time in our pajamas. But with a new school year just around the corner — and many kids heading back to classrooms in person — this back-to-school shopping season is an extra-special one. Gone are the days of lounging in front of virtual classrooms in well-worn t-shirts and sweats. Instead, kids and adults alike are ready to show off their individual personalities to the world. There’s no better place to find unique outfits and distinctive school supplies than at Ohio Valley Goodwill’s network of 19 retail stores.

 

Whether your kids’ style is best expressed through vintage t-shirts and sneakers, retro ’90s throwback gear, or modern brand-name items, the whole family can have fun browsing the aisles at Goodwill on a back-to-school treasure hunt, mixing and matching the perfect pieces for each family member. Beyond clothes and shoes, Goodwill stores are filled with school supplies, too, from art materials and notebooks to musical instruments, sports equipment, bikes, helmets, lunchboxes, water bottles and more — all at lower prices than the big box store.Back to School student

Also, Big News! If you live in the State of Ohio, this year’s Tax Free Weekend takes place from Friday, August 6th through Sunday, August 8th, 2021! To find out more visit https://tax.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/tax/help-center/faqs/sales-and-use-tax-sales-tax-holiday/sales+and-use-tax-sales-tax-holiday?fbclid=IwAR1lLPc7uBA-3_8-6qULee-JWBRjQ9xYOrEwk3-gI8zFkZBd7wTR991sA_c 

 

“Goodwill’s  selection of clothing, backpacks and more allows everyone in your family to pick out items that truly suit their own personalities, while helping the planet by diverting items from landfills. And, bonus points, you are also contributing to your community by creating job opportunities for our neighbors,” said Michael Flannery, Public Information Officer.

 

Revenues from Goodwill stores help fund programs that help people get jobs in Cincinnati and provide relevant services like Job Coaching.  Last year, almost 600 people in Greater Cincinnati  obtained jobs with Goodwill’s help.  For more than a century, Goodwill has been helping people with disabilities and our nation’s veterans go to work in Greater Cincinnati.

 

Not only is Goodwill the place for all of your back-to-school-shopping needs,  but your family can impact by donating clothing, school supplies and household goods. At a time when so many people here in Greater Cincinnati are seeking opportunities to get back to work, shopping and donating to Goodwill is more important than ever.

 

Visit www.goodwillbargains.com to find your nearest Goodwill store or donation center.