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Enter to win a $25 Goodwill gift card by sharing your photos of your Halloween costumes with us! You have until October 31 at midnight to enter. Feel free to submit more than one entry! We’ll pick a random winner on November first.

Check out some great Halloween costume ideas from Goodwill Industries of Denver!

Have you wondered if the Goodwill ever receives donations of high-end, designer clothes? Well, yes, they do! Opened in 2012, Déjà Blue Boutique in Cherry Creek North (303 University Ave.) is the non-profit organization’s sole location specializing in brand-name apparel, shoes and accessories for men and women at a fraction of their original retail price.

Denver Business reporter Justin Guerriero talks with Goodwill Industries of Denver's senior director of marketing, Vanessa Clark, about the myriad of offerings the organization has for Halloween costumes and how purchases benefit their mission.

Una organización sin fines de lucro ofrece alternativas económicas para disfrazarse durante el mes de octubre.

Saving money is always a treat, especially when it comes to putting together a cheap Halloween costume. Frugal party-goers know you always head to a thrift shop first for the best deals. Goodwill Denver is making it easier with its Halloween Pop-Up Shop (2553 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver). Find all your Halloween needs in one stop, without breaking your October budget.

Goons, goblins and zombies are all alive, well and shopping at University Hills’ Goodwill for this year’s Halloween ensembles. Goodwill Industries of Denver got an early start on its offerings over Labor Day with a special Halloween-dedicated store at 2553 S. Colorado Blvd.

If you need a Halloween costume and you don’t want to spend a lot while still looking amazing, Goodwill is the place to go! There are costumes to pick from and other things you can buy to make a costume too!

Goodwill Industries of Denver has been serving northern Colorado communities from Castle Rock to Fort Collins for more than 98 years. The venerable nonprofit employs around 1,500 people and has 30 retail stores and 16 donation centers spanning the Front Range.

You just need a few items to put together a clever Halloween costume, and Goodwill is the perfect place to get those items at an affordable price!