Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma, in accordance with Gov. Stitt’s “Safer at Home” policy mandated on March 25, is temporarily closing its doors.
Although unable to accept material donations, Goodwill continues to call on members of the Central Oklahoma community to help fund free job training and placement services that help Oklahomans overcome challenges to employment through financial donations.
With physical locations closed, the vulnerable populations served by Goodwill rely on financial donations now more than ever. Goodwill encourages Oklahomans to give from the comfort of their homes and looks forward to welcoming donors and shoppers when the pandemic passes.