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News Release: Goodwill to Reopen stores in Kitsap County

POSTED June 1, 2020 IN: Shop

Seattle Goodwill Industries will reopen most of its operations in Kitsap County June 4 – 11. Stores will open first on June 4 for shopping and will start collecting donations one week later on June 11. Plans to reopen our Kitsap County Job Training & Education Center located in our Bremerton store are also underway.

Locations include:

4209 Wheaton Way
Bremerton, WA 98310
Port Orchard
1700 SE Mile Hill Dr.
Port Orchard, WA 98366
10001 Mickelberry Rd. NW
Silverdale, WA 98383

Store Hour starting June 4 are 10 am – 5 pm.
Donations will be collected starting June 11 from 9 am – 3 pm.

Reopening nonprofit thrift stores will allow the organization to generate revenue to serve its mission to provide free job training, education and basic services that our neighbors critically need.

“Our commitment to support our community through our mission is unwavering,” said Daryl Campbell, Seattle Goodwill President and CEO. “Reopening our doors to shoppers allows us to offer new life for used goods—and helps us create new life opportunities too—for individuals, families and ultimately the communities we serve.”

All operations are implementing many new measures to maximize the safety of employees, customers and students. Stores will limit the number of customers shopping at any one time to allow for proper physical distancing, in compliance with Washington State guidelines. Every Goodwill employee will be wearing PPE, and shopping carts and baskets will be sanitized regularly. Store layouts have been modified so that physical distance can be maintained and provide a comfortable shopping experience.

The stores will collect donations through a no-contact process. Donors are asked to unload presorted items from their vehicles and place them directly into labeled bins. Furniture and other large items will not be accepted at this time. Donated items are disinfected with an environmentally friendly, CDC approved anti-viral cleaning agent and put into quarantine for three days before they are sorted, priced and readied for sale.

For more detailed information about safety measures, cleaning procedures, and other changes the organization has made, visit the Shopping Safely at Seattle Goodwill Stores article on our blog.


For more information: Tammy McKenzie, Seattle Goodwill: (206) 860-5739


Seattle Goodwill Industries is a nonprofit organization that has served the north Puget Sound since 1923. It operates charity thrift stores, e-commerce, and job training and education in King, Kitsap, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties. It provides free job-training and education programs and services that help people obtain the skills they need to secure employment so they may achieve economic self-sufficiency. For more information about Goodwill programs, please call toll-free 1 (877) GIVE4GOOD or visit the website at

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