Goodwill’s Northern Kentucky And Outlet Stores Re-Open!

After 12 weeks of mandated closure, Ohio Valley Goodwill was thrilled to re-open its Northern Kentucky retail stores including Bellevue, Florence and Independence as well as its Outlet store located in the village of Woodlawn.  With the re-opening of these locations, fifteen of the organization’s stores are now open and welcoming shoppers back.  All stores are currently open from 10 am- 6 pm daily and feature an array of Spring and Summer fashions. The three remaining boutique stores will re-open at a future date as business operations become more normal.

Like many other businesses, the organization was closed during the mandated shut-down in response to the Coronavirus from late March until May 20th. The Goodwill team took advantage of the time to thoroughly deep clean its 18 retail stores and collect and organize new Spring and Summer fashions for display when the stores were able to re-open. Shoppers will notice that Goodwill team members will be adhering to all health and safety recommendations from the Department of Health including the wearing of face masks, use of gloves, on-going wipe down of carts and all high touch surfaces, social distancing and everything needed to ensure the safety of our guests and our team members. The official re-opening beginning May 12th and continuing through the month of May is the launch of the “Celebrate You!” campaign which is designed to thank shoppers for their support during the long closure of the organization’s network of retail stores.

“We are delighted to finally have the opportunity to welcome back our wonderful shoppers and celebrate their support of our Goodwill stores as well as our mission of service. As most of our customers know, when they shop Goodwill, they are also helping individuals with disabilities and our nation’s veterans to get jobs in the community. Our Northern Kentucky stores were in Phase 4 of our planned re-opening process and we appreciate our customers patience. The recent closure was financially very tough on the organization and we are looking forward to re-building and strengthening our ability to continue our mission of service,” said Jeff Eastham, Operations Director.

For a complete list of all 18 stores locations, visit