Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida is opening three new retail stores and donation centers in the region, from Naples to Port Charlotte. It’s also reopening a store that had closed for a major expansion and remodeling.
To support the new stores, the nonprofit plans to hire at least 100 people in the next 100 days in positions including retail supervisors, sales associates, processors, donation door attendants and donation door leads, according to a statement.
The new stores are at Egrets Crossing, 4951 Santa Barbara Blvd., Naples; Page Field, 5120 S. Cleveland Ave., Ft. Myers; and Kings Highway in the Peachland Promenade shopping plaza in Port Charlotte. The renovated location is on Del Prado Boulevard in Cape Coral. “The new Del Prado store will have greatly improved ingress/egress to the store site that includes an additional entrance off of Del Prado Boulevard, a substantial increase in parking for our Goodwill shoppers, and significantly better donation drop-off area with a covered canopy,” says Goodwill Industries COO Doug Stewart in the statement.
Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida is a nonprofit committed to serving people with disabilities and disadvantages by providing life-changing opportunities toward independence for those individuals.