Get ready thrifters: Goodwill launches so you can now shop from home


Get ready thrift shoppers: Goodwill launched an online shopping site this week so you can now shop from home.

The nonprofit organization on Tuesday floated GoodwillFinds, a new e-commerce version of the more than century-old chain making donated items available for purchase online.

The store offers everything from used clothes and home goods to holiday decorations and costumes just in time for Halloween. Other items in its more than 100,000 current inventory online Wednesday included books and luxury name brand items from Lululemon, Burberry and Prada.

Formed 120 years ago, Goodwill operates about 3,300 stores in the U.S. and Canada.

The second-hand marketplace funds community-based programs across the nation and, according to its website, supports Goodwill’s mission to provide professional training, job placement, youth mentorship and more to local communities.


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