Goodwill Donation Drop-Off Center Set Up in Lee

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LEE, Mass. — A Goodwill donation drop-off center opened at Daley and Sons, located at 1195 Pleasant St.

Goodwill accepts new or gently used items, such as clothing, small appliances, electronics, computers and furniture. Local residents may drop off items at Daley and Sons between 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. through 3 p.m. on Friday.

"Our new location... is a convenient drop-off location and our recycling focus is in line with Goodwill's legacy of 100-year legacy of reuse, repurpose and recycling," Bob Daley said. "Together, we can keep tons of material out of the landfills."

"This partnership with Daley and Sons gives area residents easy access donating unneeded clothing, housewares and other items, along with a convenient, responsible drop-off for recycling computer equipment and peripherals", said Frank Engels, chief executive officer of Goodwill Industries of the Berkshires and Southern Vermont. "All which supports Goodwill's mission of employment training and getting people good jobs."

 

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