Goodwill the latest retailer to close Georgia stores over COVID-19 As the situation around the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, the health and safety of our employees, customers, donors and job seekers remains at the top of our priority list. With that in mind, we have decided to close our stores, attended donation centers and career centers for the next two weeks beginning Monday, March 23. We will continue to accept donations at our store donor doors Monday –Saturday from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. We take our mission to put people to work seriously and are committed to continue to support our employees with pay and benefits during this time. Additionally, all workforce development programs that can safely continue will do so. We are also taking our mission-focused work online as there are a number of employers who need staff to meet critical needs during this time. Jobseekers are encouraged to visit our virtual career center at www.careerconnector.org or call 844.344.WORK (9675) for one-on-one job search support from our career coaches. Goodwill Of North Georgia 2 week Store Closures Beginning March 23rd Coronavirus Update As you may know, the revenue generated in our stores is used to support job seekers across North Georgia. During these challenging times, we need your support more than ever. In the spirit of goodwill, we ask that you join our efforts to help us fulfill our mission to put North Georgians to work. \tShop online: You can continue shopping with us virtually at goodwillng.org/shop-online \tDonate gently used goods: Drop off a donation at our stores. Once we are all up and running, we will need your treasures to keep our stores up and running. \tDonate cash: Make a monetary donation to allow us to continue to offer job search support. We will continue to reach out with updates as this situation continues to evolve. For the latest information on our coronavirus response, please visit goodwillng.org/coronavirus-response or follow us on social media. As always, we thank you for your continued support of Goodwill. Stay safe and take care of each other. Sincerely, Keith T. Parker President Goodwill® Hosts “Prosperity for All: Closing Atlanta’s Wealth Gap” event The sold-out event drew nearly 300 business, community, and civic leaders. livestream of the event: https://presentationrecreation.com/goodwill/. Wholefoods Market not accepting Store Returns Globally We are taking extended measures to ensure the safety and wellness of our communities, including adjusting store hours. Check your local store page for new hours. Customers 60+ are welcome to shop beginning one hour before stores open to the general public. Learn more.