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At Goodwill Industries of Arkansas, we help people with disabilities and other disadvantages reach their highest potential through training, education and employment services. Donate, Shop, Change a Life!" is more than just a tagline - it’s how we have been operating for over 85 years.
Our programs and services offer a hand up, not a hand out. Sometimes that hand up is resume development or job placement assistance. Other times, the hand up comes in the form education or training programs.
The number of transformed lives is more than just glowing statistics; they are actual stories of people who turned their lives around and discovered their potential. Get to know a few of the lives that have been touched by Goodwill.
When you support Goodwill by donating to or shopping at stores in your neighborhood, you support our mission and make a lasting impact in your community by changing lives.
Inclement Weather - Administrative Offices ClosedPosted by Goodwill Arkansas
Due to inclement weather Goodwill Industries of Arkansas's administrative offices, located at 1110 W. 7th Street, will be closed on Friday, December 6, 2013. Goodwill stores in Texarkana and El Dorado will be open - All other stores will be closed.
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Residents of west Little Rock and The Ranch will benefit from a low cost, high quality shopping alternative and a location to donate items to be reused and recycled, keeping goods out of area landfills.
Join Goodwill as we celebrate the expansion of Goodwill's programs and services. Don't forget to sign up for your chance to win a 42" TV and Goodwill gift certificates.
Thursday, December 12th
Ribbon Cutting 8:45 a.m.
Store Opening 9:00 a.m.
16924 Cantrell Road | Little Rock, AR 72223 | Corner of Ranch Drive & Hwy 10
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The collaboration with Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield begins on November 11 with Blue Cross and Blue Shield staff at 12 Goodwill locations on specific days of the week. People will be able to go to those Goodwill stores to talk to an expert to learn about the new health care law and health plans now available to Arkansans who meet income requirements.
Arkansas Blue Cross certified agents will assist people at 12 Goodwill locations to determine whether they qualify for free or low-cost health insurance and help them enroll.
“Goodwill gives people a hand up, not a hand out so they can reach their highest potential,” said Brian Itzkowitz, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Arkansas. “We believe educating and helping people access free or low-cost health care coverage can improve the lives of individuals, families and communities.”
“We are honored to collaborate with Goodwill Industries of Arkansas in helping provide Arkansans with health insurance coverage,” said Karen Raley, vice president of Communications and Product Development for Arkansas Blue Cross. “Arkansans without insurance face barriers in accessing quality health care and necessary medications. Our certified agents will guide those whom Goodwill serves every day through the eligibility and enrollment process so that they can get coverage to help take better care of themselves, which in turn supports their ability to take good care of their families.”
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