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We're Open for Business During the

Verona Road Construction Project

road constructionOur west side donation center and store are open for business during the Verona Road reconstruction project!

Northbound and southbound traffic on Verona Road has been shifted to the new northbound lanes, from the beltline to the intersection of Raymond Road. Backups and delays are expected in the area, especially during peak travel times.

The donation center's hours are 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday; 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday; and 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday. The store is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday.

To learn more about the project, click here. We'll keep you posted on its progress in the weeks ahead.

Now Hiring for Positions at our Sun Prairie Site

now hiringWe’re accepting applications for store and donation center clerk positions available at our future facility at 2111 McCoy Road in Sun Prairie (Prairie Square Shopping Center, near Highway 151).

Training for the positions will take place at other Goodwill sites until the Sun Prairie location opens for business, which is expected to be in early fall.

Full-time employees are eligible for health, dental, life, and disability insurance, retirement plans, and paid holiday, vacation, and sick time. Part-time employees are eligible for paid holiday, vacation, and sick time.

Click here for information about the Sun Prairie positions and other job opportunities available with Goodwill.


Progress Continues on Sun Prairie

Donation Center and Store

Progress is continuing on our newest facility -- a donation center and store in Sun Prairie!

The site, located at 2111 McCoy Road (Prairie Square Shopping Center, near Highway 151), is expected to open for business in early fall. It will provide yet another convenient location where shoppers have a huge selection of quality merchandise to choose from and where residents can donate their unneeded clothing, footwear, household items, books, working and nonworking computer equipment, and small pieces of furniture.

Effective immediately, city of Sun Prairie residents are eligible for Goodwill’s free home pickup service. For more information, please call 608-246-3150. Some restrictions may apply.

Twenty full- and part-time staff will work at the facility. Click here for information about positions available at the Sun Prairie location, as well as other job opportunities with Goodwill.

Sun Prairie Site Progress
Sun Prairie Site Progress

Sun Prairie Progress

"Think Before You Donate" Rumors

About Goodwill Are False

rumorSadly, a negative email titled “Think Before You Donate” has re-surfaced. This email contains false and misleading information regarding Goodwill Industries International (GII) and several other nonprofit organizations. The rumors are being spread via email and social media.

At Goodwill, we definitely encourage you to “think before you donate” and to learn as much as you can about the charities you’d like to support. We know that you want to be certain the organization you choose to support uses its revenue for charitable purposes that support a mission you stand behind.

Contrary to the “Think Before You Donate” message, the current Chief Executive Officer of Goodwill Industries International (GII) is Jim Gibbons, not Mark Curran. Curran has never been associated with the Goodwill enterprise.

To learn about GII, click here. Additional information about GII and information about other organizations included in the rumor is available through:

- Charity Navigator (It is the nation's largest independent charity evaluator and leading donor advocate)

- GuideStar (GuideStar is a public charity that gathers and disseminates information about every IRS-registered nonprofit organization)

Thank you for supporting Goodwill. Your purchases, donations, partnerships, and financial contributions really do help us build better communities and help local residents reach their goal of self-sufficiency.