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BOOst Your Costume and Help People Find Jobs by Shopping at Goodwill for Halloween


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Look no further than your local Goodwill® store to find the unique Halloween costume guaranteed to impress your friends and family. Each year, millions of people come to Goodwill to find the pieces they need to create an amazing Halloween costumes for less. Whether you are looking for the perfect white shirt to complete a pirate or vampire costume or a vintage ball gown to become a zombie princess or prom queen, Goodwill has the clothing, shoes and accessories you need for Halloween.

 

“If you have a costume in mind or you have no idea what to be for Halloween, Goodwill has you covered. You can browse the aisles of clothing and unleash your creativity with accessories from Goodwill to complete your unique look,” says Libby Steffen-Schafermeyer, spokeswoman for Goodwill Industries of Alaska. “Shopping at Goodwill is fun and helps the community. Your Goodwill purchase helps fund job placement and training programs for people looking for employment.”

 

Each day, people donate clothes and other items that can be transformed into unique Halloween costumes, including clothing and accessories from different eras, imaginative props and more. Goodwill stores even have Halloween makeup, wigs, masks, hats, wings, feather boas, shoes and other items to take your look to the next level. You can find great costumes for you and your family while staying within budget.

 

“Goodwill served over 1,200 people last year in Anchorage,” says Steffen-Schafermeyer. “Shoppers can purchase a unique Halloween look for less and take pride in the positive impact of their Goodwill store purchase.”

 

When you shop at or donate to Goodwill, you help fund job placement and training programs and other services that help people find jobs, earn paychecks and care for their families. To learn more about the Goodwill career services or to find your nearest Goodwill store or donation center, visit www.goodwill-alaska.org or visit us on Facebook.

 

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