Goodwill Easter Seals announces the grand opening of its new facility on Azalea Road. The 33,000-square-foot renovated facility, located at 300 Azalea Road (on the south end of Azalea Plaza), will house a donation center, retail store and community center. The ribbon cutting for the new location will be on Friday, March 20 at 8:30 am and everyone is invited to attend, tour the new facility and shop. The location will include an expanded retail space and a covered, easier to access drive-thru donation door. All customers will have the opportunity to register to win an iPad during the first open weekend.
“In addition to the new location will allow us to have multiple, larger adult education classrooms, a computer lab for job search activities, an activity room for our youth mentoring program and meeting space for community partner agencies,” President and CEO Frank Harkins said.
Goodwill Easter Seals’ mission is to provide services to individuals and families in need of children’s services, education and employment services including job training and career services to people with disabilities, those who lack education or work experience and others who face challenges to finding employment. Goodwill Easter Seals aims not only to help people earn jobs, but also to encourage them to take advantage of the services available to improve their financial stability and better care for their families.
Goodwill Easter Seals is an United Way Partner Agency, operates 13 retail stores, 12 stand-alone donation centers, 10 community centers, two child development centers and one recycling center along the Gulf Coast in Alabama and Florida, spending 91 cents of every dollar on services to individuals and families in a 12 county area. To learn more about Goodwill Easter Seals’ mission services, visit www.gesgc.org.
Goodwill Easter Seals is excited for this new facility to better serve our community and provide services for people with disabilities and their families.