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Welcome to Goodwill.
You may know us from our neighborhood thrift stores, but we fund numerous community programs that give hope. Find out how Goodwill Denver's great deals fund great causes in the community. Shop, donate, and read how our supporters have helped create hope. Find a location
Goodwill is coming home! New Home Store opens Saturday
The latest innovation from Goodwill Industries of Denver is the Goodwill Home Store... a new one-stop shop to find many affordable options to furnish your home or business. Find furniture of all kinds, alongside unique and stylish home décor. Plus, furnishing your space with Goodwill helps thousands of Coloradans in need.
Join us at 9 a.m. on August 2 for the grand opening of the Goodwill Home Store at County Line Rd. and Colorado Blvd., next to Woodley’s. We’ll have D.I.Y. demos, food, and great prizes! Click here for a map and directions.
Wondering how you can save even more on our already ridiculously low prices? Well, let us count the ways!
Discover a whole new world of thrift!
At Goodwill Outlet World, you’ll find the most unique treasures at super-low prices. Everything is sold out of large bins that are sorted by type and refreshed every half hour. When you’re ready to check out, items are weighed and shoppers pay by the pound. The price per pound drops the more your purchase. The more you buy, the more you save. It’s not just thrift. It’s adventure thrift!
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Goodwill Celebrates Two Green Awards
Goodwill Industries of Denver has been honored by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce with its top award for Green Business of the Year.
Goodwill was also recently honored by the Colorado Association for Recycling (CARF), which named Goodwill Denver as its 2014 award winner for “Outstanding Government or Nonprofit Recycling/Diversion Program.’’
Both awards recognize Goodwill’s focus on environmentally sound business practices and operations. Last year Goodwill Denver resold or recycled more than 70 percent, 51 million pounds, of goods donated at its stores and donation centers in metropolitan Denver and northern Colorado, making it one of the greenest companies in the state.