Get Your New Year Off to a Good Start with Goodwill!

donation-image-2016-2One of the best ways to get your New Year off to a good start is to organize and de-clutter your life. By clearing out the clutter from your home and donating unwanted items to Ohio Valley Goodwill you can not only organize your life for the New Year, you can help people with disabilities and our nation’s veterans to get jobs in our community. “The new year is a great time to resolve to clean out unwanted items from your home,” said Lorie Marrero, founder of the Clutter Diet® and Goodwill spokesperson. “It’s also a time of year when many people set out to find new jobs or career paths. Thanks to Goodwill, many people can make good on their de-cluttering resolutions this year — and it all centers on donations.”

For more than 100 years, Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries has been helping put your donations to work; using the funds generated to support skill training and employment programs for tens of thousands people in our community. Just last year, Goodwill served more than 3500 people and helped more than 900 to get jobs in the Greater Cincinnati area. “It really is a wonderful way to start a New Year,” said Vanessa Cornett, Goodwill Donations Supervisor. “With 33 Goodwill Donation Centers conveniently located in the Greater Cincinnati area, it makes it easy to de-clutter and get rid of all your unwanted stuff…and to help someone else at the same time!” For a complete list of all 33 Greater Cincinnati Goodwill donation locations, please visit

“Your donations to Goodwill have a direct, positive impact on the lives of people in your community,” said Joe Byrum, president and CEO of Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries. “We are very grateful to the citizens of Greater Cincinnati over the past century for their on-going support which has made our mission of service possible.”

Get your New Year off the best start possible- De-clutter, Donate and Help Goodwill put people to work! It’s a good thing! For more information about Ohio Valley Goodwill and its mission of service in the Greater Cincinnati community, visit