Helms College/Goodwill Charmain Z. Brackett/Augusta Good News
Helms College/Goodwill Charmain Z. Brackett/Augusta Good News

Area Goodwill announces partnership with ReSupply for convenient home pick-up service 

Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA recently its partnership with ReSupply, a veteran-owned and operated company, to provide a fee-based donation pickup service.

Through this partnership, donors can hire ReSupply to collect gently used items from their homes and deliver them to a GIMG donation center, according to a news release from Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA.

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“ReSupply understands the impact donations make on organizations like Goodwill. As a veteran-owned business, they share our commitment to skills training and connecting veterans to employment,” said Dewayne Cuffie, Chief Mission Integration Officer of Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA. “Partnering with ReSupply allows us to offer donors a convenient way of giving that we cannot provide otherwise.”

Most donated items collected through ReSupply will be taken to Goodwill, where proceeds from their sales fund career services, skills training, college education and employment programs. In cases where Goodwill cannot use certain items, they will be responsibly recycled or ethically disposed of, ensuring a sustainable approach to donation management.

Donors can call (803) 335-5526 or visit www.goodwillworks.org and click the donation pickup button on the homepage to connect with ReSupply. Donors will then be walked through a step-by-step process of identifying the types and quantities of goods they would like picked up. ReSupply will then work with the donor to schedule a time for the pickup and with Goodwill to coordinate the donation drop-off.

In addition to the home pick-up service, Goodwill continues to accept donations daily at any of its donation centers during regular business hours.

For a complete list of Goodwill’s retail stores and attended donation centers, visit GoodwillWorks.org.

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