Safety Protocols for Donations

Navigating a New Normal

In order to maintain operations safely, preventative measures that have been carefully considered have been put into place to protect the health and well-being of Goodwill Southeast Georgia store associates and customers.  These safety protocols will remain for the unforeseeable future.

We know there will be a tremendous need for employment support in the weeks and months ahead and are committed to helping people prepare to re-enter the workforce as the community moves into recovery.  Your support as a donor and shopper allows us to generate the revenue that funds this critical employment services mission.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Donors are asked to “Pop The Trunk”, stay in their vehicles, and let our staff unload. Donor attendants are observing social distancing, wearing gloves and cleaning surfaces frequently.

Donations are being sprayed with a disinfectant as they arrive and left undisturbed for 30 minutes before being processed further. Goodwill continues to use guidance provided by the CDC and local health departments to take appropriate measures on how best to handle donated goods.

Preventative Measures to Expect During Your Next Donation Drop-Off

No contact donating – just pop the trunk.

We’ll do the rest.

Donations are sprayed with a disinfectant as they arrive and left undisturbed for 30 minutes

Donor attendants are observing social distancing, wearing gloves and cleaning surfaces frequently